Cricket is more than just a sport in India. The T20 format of cricket has become very popular and has gained more importance after the IPL. India will be hosting the T20 world cup this year and these are stadiums you have to watch a match in at least once.
Home to the IPL team Kings XI Punjab, this stadium is popularly known as the Mohali Stadium and is situated in Mohali outside the Chandigarh City. It is the youngest test cricket stadium in the country the second international cricket stadium in the state. It has a capacity of 26,950.
Home ground to the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore. In the beginning it was named the Karnataka State Cricket Association Stadium, the ground was eventually renamed after M Chinnaswamy, who was the president of the Indian board involved in the administration of Karnataka cricket for close to four decades. It has a capacity of 40,000
Located in Delhi it is home to the Delhi Ranji team and the Delhi Daredevils, the Feroz Shah Kotla, is the second oldest international cricket stadium in India and has a capacity of 40,715.
The home ground for the Bengal cricket team and IPL’s Kolkata Knight Riders, as well as being a venue for Test, ODI and T20I matches. It is the largest in India and the second-largest cricket stadium in the world and has a capacity of 66,000.
located in Mumbai, the cricket hub of India it is home to the IPL team Mumbai Indians. It is relatively new compared to the other stadiums. It has a capacity of 33,108.