IPCL Sports Complex Ground

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Reliance Stadium
Ground information
Location Vadodara, Gujarat, India
Establishment 1990
Capacity 20,000
Owner Reliance Industries
Architect Rakesh Parikh
Operator Baroda Cricket Association
Tenants Indian Cricket Team
Baroda cricket team
End names
International information
First ODI October 28, 1994:
 India v  New Zealand
Last ODI December 10, 2010:
 India v  New Zealand
As of 20 June 2014
Source: Reliance Stadium, Cricinfo

Reliance Stadium or Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd Sports Complex Ground also known as the IPCL Ground is located in Vadodara, Gujarat.

This stadium is now under Reliance Industries, also known as Reliance Stadium. The stadium is also the home of the Baroda cricket team - one of India's domestic teams.

The stadium has hosted 10 ODI matches since 1994, the last one in 2010 (part of the India New Zealand series December 2010), but has yet to stage a Test match.


One of the four first-class and two international grounds in Vadodara, the IPCL Sports Complex Ground is part of the sprawling IPCL complex, situated about 10 kilometers from the city centre. The ground was owned and maintained by the Reliance Industries and has taken preference over the oldest cricket ground in Asia the Moti Bagh Stadium for ODIs.

The batsmen have traditionally enjoyed this high-scoring venue with a true wicket that holds up throughout the length of a 50-over game.

One Day International cricket[edit]

The stadium has hosted following ODI matches till date.

Team (A) Team (B) Winner Margin Year
 India  New Zealand  India By 7 Wickets 1994
 Netherlands  New Zealand  New Zealand BY 119 Runs 1996
 India  Zimbabwe  India By 13 Runs 1998
 India  South Africa  India By 4 Wickets 2000
 India  West Indies  West Indies By 5 Wickets 2002
 India  Sri Lanka  India By 5 Wickets 2005
 India  West Indies  India By 160 runs 2007
 India  Australia  Australia By 9 Wickets 2007
 India  Australia  Australia By 4 runs 2009
 India  New Zealand  India By 9 Wickets 2009

Game Statistics:

Category Information
Highest Team Score India (341/3 in 50 overs against West Indies)
Lowest Team Score India (148 all out in 39.4 overs against Australia)
Best Batting Performance Gautam Gambhir (126 runs)
Most Prolific Batsman Sachin Tendulkar (442 Runs)
Best Bowling Performance Mitchell Johnson (5/26 against India)


  • Sachin Tendulkar has scored three centuries in six matches on this ground and won the Man of the Match award on all three occasions. Tendulkar's overall record is 428 runs at an average of 85.60.

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Coordinates: 22°20′51.78″N 73°08′30.11″E / 22.3477167°N 73.1416972°E / 22.3477167; 73.1416972