The World’s Top 10 Biggest Cricket Stadiums in 2015

As the second most popular sport in the world, cricket stadiums have been built everywhere. Let’s take a look at some of the best and most thrilling stadiums that exist. According to maximum capacity limits, this list contains the top ten biggest cricket stadiums in the world.

10. DY Patil Stadium

Built in 2008, DY Patil Stadium is located in India. It holds 55,000 fans and is one of four other stadiums ranked in sixth place on this list of biggest cricket stadiums. Besides the cricket grounds, this stadium also has 9 tennis courts, 4 indoor badminton courts and an Olympic sized swimming pool.

9. Feroz Shah Kotla Ground

Feroz Shah Kotla Ground was built in 1883. It can hold 55,000 fans and ties for the sixth biggest cricket stadium in the world. This stadium is the second oldest functional cricket grounds in India.

8. Sardar Patel Stadium

Located in India, Sardar Patel Stadium can hold up to 55,000 fans. It is in a four way tie for the sixth largest cricket stadium in the world. It was named after India’s first Home Minister and Deputy Prime Minister.

7. Pune International Cricket Centre

Also known as Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium, Pune International Cricket Centre holds 55,000 fans, putting it in a quadruple tie for the sixth biggest cricket stadium. It is the home of the Indian Premier League team Pune Warriors India and Maharashtra cricket team.

6. Gaddafi Stadium

Located in Lahore, Pakistan, the Gaddafi Stadium can hold up to 60,000 fans. It is the largest cricket stadium in Pakistan. Gaddafi Stadium is also home to the Pakistan Cricket Board’s head office and tied for fifth biggest cricket stadium in the world.

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