Barkatullah Khan Stadium

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Barkatullah Khan Stadium
Barkatullah Khan Stadium. Jodhpur.png
Ground information
Location Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Establishment 1986
Capacity 40,000[1]
Owner Rajasthan Cricket Association
Architect n/a
Operator Jodhpur Development Authority
Tenants Indian Cricket Team
Rajasthan cricket team
End names
Cox Cutir End
Regidency Road End
International information
First ODI December 8, 2000:
 India v  Zimbabwe
Last ODI November 21, 2002:
 India v  West Indies
As of June 20, 2014

Barkatullah Khan Stadium is located in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. It is currently used mostly for cricket.

The stadium was established in 1986/87 but has been used only sporadically. The stadium's current capacity is 40,000 people and the ends are called Cox Cutir End and Regidency Road End. It became India's 35th ground to host a one-dayer, while Jodhpur became India's 31st venue to host an ODI.

Now this ground has flood lights fitted by GE electric and capacity is enhanced up to 40,000 and world class newly developed team dressing rooms, also new stands for camera to set best live coverage.[2]

List of International Matches[edit]


This stadium has not hosted an international test match.


Date Tournament Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Full Scorecard
Friday, December 8, 2000 Bilateral Series  India  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 1 wicket Scorecard
Thursday, November 21, 2002 Bilateral Series  India  West Indies India 3 wickets Scorecard

Records & Trivia[edit]

Category Information
Highest Team Score Zimbabwe (284/9 in 49.5 Overs against India)
Lowest Team Score West Indies (259/7 in 50 Overs against India)
Best Batting Performance Sachin Tendulkar (146 Runs against Zimbabwe)
Best Bowling Performance Ajit Agarkar (3/24 against West Indies)

Sachin Tendulkar slammed his first century with 146 against Zimbabwe on home soil in the third one-dayer. It was also his highest against the African nation.

Zaheer Khan made the Indian record of scoring most runs in a single over in one-dayers at this venue. The 50th over of Indian innings bowled by Henry Olonga cost 27 runs with 25 coming off Zaheer's bat. Ajit Agarkar grabbed his 100th wicket in his 67th match and became only the seventh Indian to do so.


  1. ^ "Barkatullah Khan Stadium". World of Stadiums. Retrieved 26 September 2016. 
  2. ^ [1]

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Coordinates: 26°16′24″N 73°00′4″E / 26.27333°N 73.00111°E / 26.27333; 73.00111