Bandra Kurla Complex Ground

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Bandra Kurla Complex Ground
Location Bandra, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Establishment 2006
Capacity n/a
Owner Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority
Operator Mumbai Cricket Association
Tenants Mumbai
Source: Cricinfo

Bandra Kurla Complex Ground is cricket ground in Bandra, Maharashtra.[1] The ground normally host charity matches and some local matches. It also is home to the Mumbai Cricket Association.

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In 2007, Mumbai Cricket Association install state-of-the-art Recreation Centre at the at ground which forms part of their world class Indoor Cricket Academy. The Club House has top class sporting facilities ranging from an air conditioned badminton hall with two courts - billiards and snookers hall, equipped with two imported billiards tables. Three pitches are for spin, three others for seam bowling while the seventh is a normal wicket.[2]

In 2009, India under-19s for 2010 World Cup in New Zealand also did practice with Mike Young, Australian fielding coach.

The ground has also hosted women’s ODI and T20I including two match of World Cup 2013.

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