Top 10 Most Beautiful Cricket Grounds In The World

Top 10 Most Beautiful Cricket Grounds In The World :

Here, We discussed the top 10 most beautiful ground in the world.They are all most very attractive ground and most staying people standing into the entire all the grounds facilities.All stadium is playing the game in this stadium they have to make a historical moment of this playable match into the any of this cricket grounds.

10. Old Trafford, Manchester (England):-

Manchester United’s history contains big names who have defined the club, but in more than a century of Old Trafford’s existence two stand out above all others.

The story starts with John Henry Davies. When in 1902 he became involved with the club, it was at its lowest point;

A barometer of Old Trafford’s sustained status as the pinnacle of English club football stadia came in December 2001, when a two-day meeting of UEFA’s executive committee in Nyon culminated with the decision that the Theatre of Dreams would host the 2002/03 Champions League final.

9. Eden Gardens, Kolkata (India):-

 

The biggest cricket stadium in India and the second largest in the world after the Melbourne Cricket Stadium, the Eden Gardens cricket stadium in Kolkata is a pleasure ground.

The Eden Gardens came into existence when Lord Auckland, then Governor General wanted to create a garden and a circus. The rectangular tank (pitch) in the center was created for riding or recreation purpose. Initially, the site was named as ‘Auckland Circus Gardens.’.

Earlier, the stadium had a seating capacity of One Lakh. However, after renovation in 2011, its seating capacity reduced to 66,000.

The Eden Cricket Stadium holds the privilege of hosting the most important international and national cricket events like World Cup Finals of 1987, World Cup Semi-Finals in 1996, the Hero Cup and many other tournaments.

Though Harbhajan Singh and Irrfan Pathan have made their Test Hat-tricks, no cricketer around the world has been able to accomplish this feat.

Earlier, the stadium had a seating capacity of One Lakh. However, after renovation in 2011, its seating capacity reduced to 66,000.

The Eden Cricket Stadium holds the privilege of hosting the most important international and national cricket events like World Cup Finals of 1987, World Cup Semi-Finals in 1996, the Hero Cup and many other tournaments.

8. Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town(South Africa):-

 

Newlands is arguably the most beautiful cricket ground in the world. With Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak offering the perfect backdrop for this iconic cricket stage, Newlands has much to offer visitors and Capetonians alike.

Established in 1888, the ground boasts a rich history and has witnessed most of Cricket’s greatest players in action.

7. The WACA, Perth( Australia):-

 

The WACA (Western Australian Cricket Association Ground), which is built on old swampland The Ground is 149 meters in length and 139 meters wide. It can accommodate 20,592 attendees or 23,859 with temporary seating.

They stand 70 meters high with an average of 138 lights in each tower and when operating cost approximately $600.00 per hour. Stairs are located on the inside.

Chappell made his Test debut in the very first Test Match played at this ground back on December 11, 1970.

6. The Wanderers, Johannesburg( South Africa):-

 

The Old Wanderers first hosted Test cricket in 1896, when South Africa faced England and George Lohmann claimed 9 for 28 in South Africa’s first innings to help the English to a convincing innings victory.

The New Wanderers, on the other hand, first hosted Test cricket in December 1956, and its first one-day international, between South Africa and India, in December 1992.

The 2003 World Cup, South Africa’s record chase of Australia’s total of 434 and the unforgettable 2007 WT20 final are the captivating games played at this venue.

The New Wanderers, on the other hand, first hosted Test cricket in December 1956, and its first one-day international, between South Africa and India, in December 1992.

The Old Wanderers first hosted Test cricket in 1896, when South Africa faced England and George Lohmann claimed 9 for 28 in South Africa’s first innings to help the English to a convincing innings victory.

5. Eden Park Auckland ( New Zealand):-

 

The pavilion is steeped in tradition, contrasting with two massive modern grandstands which push the capacity over 40,000. All stands have covered and uncovered seating.

The humid and sub-tropical conditions combine to produce wickets that assist slow and spin bowlers.

The ground resembles a baseball diamond, which can flummox visiting captains in their field placement.

The humid and sub-tropical conditions combine to produce wickets that assist slow and spin bowlers.

4. The Oval, Kensington (London):-

The Oval has witnessed many historic matches. England’s dramatic one-wicket win in 1902 inspired by Gilbert Jessop’s sensational hundred; Australia’s 701 in 1930 as Don Bradman (244) and Bill Ponsford (266) put on 451 for the second wicket.

England’s 903 for 7 as they beat Australia by an innings and 579 runs in 1938; Bradman’s farewell duck in 1948; Denis Compton scoring the boundary which meant England regained the Ashes in 1953; Michael Holding’s 14 wickets on a featherbed in 1976; Devon Malcolm’s 9 for 57 against South Africa in 1994.

The Oval has witnessed many historic matches. England’s dramatic one-wicket win in 1902 inspired by Gilbert Jessop’s sensational hundred; Australia’s 701 in 1930 as Don Bradman (244) and Bill Ponsford (266) put on 451 for the second wicket.

England’s 903 for 7 as they beat Australia by an innings and 579 runs in 1938; Bradman’s farewell duck in 1948; Denis Compton scoring the boundary which meant England regained the Ashes in 1953; Michael Holding’s 14 wickets on a featherbed in 1976; Devon Malcolm’s 9 for 57 against South Africa in 1994.

4. Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium (Dharamshala, India):-

 

The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association [HPCA] Stadium in Dharamsala, with a capacity of 23,000, is as picturesque as the Adelaide Oval and Newlands, if not more. A small and glittering green plate, the ground has a snow-capped background in the form of the Dauladhar hill-range.

The mountains add to the serenity of the venue, which lies at an altitude of 1317 meters above sea level.

In 2005, the Pakistan cricket team played a warm-up match against the India-A team in Dharamsala. Though the match was scheduled for March 19, 2016, the venue for the match has been shifted to Eden Gardens in Kolkata due to security concerns.

3. Sydney Cricket Ground ( Australia):-

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One of the oldest Test venues, Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) hosted its first Test an Ashes encounter between Australia and England, way back in 1882. he ground is also a pre-dominant ODI venue and has hosted numerous final matches as well as the crucial semi-final in the 1992 World Cup.

2. The Lords, London ( England):-

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The first test match played at Lord’s was between England and Australia in 1884, where the home side beat the Aussies by an innings and five runs. Australia’s first test win at the grounds was in 1888.

 

1. Melbourne Cricket Ground  (Australia):-

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It has been the home of Australian football since 1859 and was the birthplace of Test cricket in 1877 and one-day international cricket in 1971. possessed a capacity of around 125,000; since that time.

the extension of individual seating to virtually all of its reaches has reduced that figure to somewhere closer to 97,000.

From the first wooden members’ stand in 1854, the MCG has seen a series of enhancements to take its current shape.

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