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The game of cricket is most preferred in India. Cricket has many sporting events including Test match, One day match, Twenty20 match competition is most prevalent, in addition to that many trophies are organized between two or more countries, these trophies include world cups The trophy is the biggest trophy for which matches are organized between several teams. All these matches are played at the International Cricket Ground. International standards are adopted in this field. So, let's know about some beautiful cricket stadiums in India.

Eden Gardens, Kolkata:

Seating Capacity: 68,000

Built Year: 1865

Home Team: The Bengal cricket team and the Kolkata Knight Riders

It is the oldest and largest cricket stadium in India. It is notorious for crowds with foreign players usually at the end of the viewer's hostile comments and actions. However, the incidence has decreased as of late. Despite the reputation of home fans, each player has a hidden desire to fulfill a cricketer's career.

The Raipur International Cricket Stadium, Chhattisgarh:

Seating Capacity: 65,000

Built Year: 2008

Home Team: The Chhattisgarh state cricket team

It is the second largest stadium in India and is located in one of the smallest states of Chhattisgarh. The first international cricket match was played here on 21 November 2010 between Canada and the state cricket team.

DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai:

Seating Capacity: 60000

Built Year: 2008

Home Team: The Pune Warriors India

DY Patil Stadium is a recent addition to the number of cricket grounds in India. The venue was built on par with some of the best stadiums in the world.

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi:

Seating Capacity: 60000

Built Year: 1982, and then renovated in 2010

Home Team: The Kerela cricket team

It is the fourth largest stadium in India. While the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium was originally built to host football matches, it is now a venue for international and domestic cricket matches.

Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad:

Seating Capacity: 55,000

Built Year: 2004

Home Team: The Hyderabad cricket team and the Sunrizes Hyderabad

There is a very bizarre record associated with the name of Rajiv Gandhi Cricket Stadium; The home team has never actually won a match. The stadium has hosted three ODIs as well as one test match - India has lost all three ODIs and the test match was drawn.

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