List of cricket grounds by capacity

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The following is a list of cricket grounds, ordered by capacity, as of March 2016. Currently, all grounds with a capacity of 15,000 or more which are the home venue of a club or national team are included. Some grounds with a capacity of more than 10,000 are also included.

Active stadiums[edit]

No. Ground Capacity City Country Home teams
1 Melbourne Cricket Ground 100,024 Melbourne Australia Australia Australia, Victoria Bushrangers, Melbourne Stars
2 Eden Gardens 68,000 Kolkata India India India, Bengal, Kolkata Knight Riders
3 Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 65,000[1] Naya Raipur India India Delhi Capitals, Chhattisgarh cricket team
4 Perth Stadium 60,000 Perth Australia Australia Australia, Western Warriors, Perth Scorchers
6 Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium 55,000 Hyderabad India India India, Hyderabad, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Deccan Chargers
5 Adelaide Oval 55,317 Adelaide Australia Australia Australia, Southern Redbacks, Adelaide Strikers
7 JSCA International Cricket Stadium 50,000[2] Ranchi India India Jharkhand, Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders
Greenfield International Stadium 50,000[3] Trivandrum India India India, Kerala cricket team
Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Cricket Stadium 50,000[4] Lucknow IndiaIndia India, Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association
8 Docklands Stadium 48,003[5] Melbourne Australia Australia Melbourne Renegades
9 Sydney Cricket Ground 48,000 Sydney Australia Australia Australia, New South Wales Blues, Sydney Sixers
10 Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium 45,000[6] Nagpur India India India, Vidarbha
11 Barabati Stadium 45,000 Cuttack India India India, Orissa
12 Eden Park 42,000 Auckland  New Zealand New Zealand, Auckland Aces
13 Arun Jaitley Stadium 41,820 Delhi India India India, Delhi, Delhi Daredevils
14 Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Cricket Stadium 40,000 Guwahati India India India, Assam
16 MA Chidambaram Stadium 33,500 Chennai India India India, Tamil Nadu, Chennai Super Kings
17 Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium 37,406 Pune India India India, Maharashtra
18 The Gabba 36,000 Brisbane Australia Australia Australia, Queensland Bulls, Brisbane Heat
19 Kardinia Park (stadium) 36,000 Geelong Australia Australia Australia, Victoria Bushrangers, Melbourne Renegades
20 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 40,000[7] Bangalore India India India, Karnataka, Royal Challengers Bangalore
21 R. Premadasa Stadium 35,002[8] Colombo Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
22 Westpac Stadium 35,001[9] Wellington  New Zealand Wellington Firebirds
23 Pallekele International Cricket Stadium 35,000 Pallekele Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
24 Multan Cricket Stadium 34,300 Multan Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan, Multan Sultans
25 National Stadium 34,228[10] Karachi Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan, Karachi cricket teams, Pakistan International Airlines, Karachi Kings
26 Wankhede Stadium 33,108[11] Mumbai India India India, Mumbai Cricket Team, Mumbai Indians
27 Holkar Cricket Stadium 30,000 Indore India India Madhya Pradesh.
28 PCA-IS Bindra Stadium 28,000[12] Mohali India India India, Punjab, Kings XI Punjab
Lord's 28,000 London England England Marylebone Cricket Club, England, Middlesex
Wanderers Stadium 28,000[13] Johannesburg South Africa South Africa South Africa, Highveld Lions, Transvaal
Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium 28,000[14] Rajkot  India India, Saurashtra, Gujarat,Gujarat Lions
Kensington Oval 28,000 Bridgetown  Barbados Barbados
32 Dr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA–VDCA Cricket Stadium 27,500 Vishakhapatnam India India India, Andhra cricket team
33 Gaddafi Stadium 27,000[15] Lahore Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan, Lahore Lions, Lahore Eagles, 1996 Cricket World Cup Final, Lahore Qalandars
34 The Oval 25,500 London  England England, Surrey
35 Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium 25,416[16] Dhaka Bangladesh Bangladesh Bangladesh, Dhaka Dynamites
36 Queen's Park Oval 25,000 Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago
Greenfield Stadium 25,000 Trelawny Parish  Jamaica West Indies, Jamaica
Carrara Stadium 25,000 Carrara  Australia Australia, Brisbane Heat
Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium 25,000 Fatullah  Bangladesh Bangladesh, Dhaka Dynamites
Nehru Stadium, Pune 25,000 Pune  India Maharashtra
Dubai International Cricket Stadium 25,000 Dubai  United Arab Emirates Pakistan
Sahara Stadium Kingsmead 25,000 Durban  South Africa South Africa, Dolphins
Newlands Cricket Ground 25,000 Cape Town  South Africa South Africa, Cape Cobras
Bourda 25,000 Georgetown  Guyana West Indies
Iqbal Stadium 25,000 Faisalabad Pakistan Pakistan Faisalabad Wolves
Rose Bowl 25,000 Southampton  England England, Hampshire
45 Edgbaston Cricket Ground 24,803 Birmingham  England England, Warwickshire
46 WACA Ground 24,500 Perth  Australia Australia, Western Warriors, Perth Scorchers
47 Sawai Mansingh Stadium 23,185[2] Jaipur India India India, Rajasthan, Rajasthan Royals
48 HPCA Stadium 23,000 Dharamsala  India Kings XI Punjab
49 Jinnah Stadium 23,000 Gujranwala Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan, Gujranwala Cricket Association
50 K. D. Singh Babu Stadium 22,000 Lucknow  India Uttar Pradesh
51 Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium 22,000 Chittagong  Bangladesh Bangladesh, Chittagong Vikings, Chittagong Division
51 Sydney Showground Stadium 22,000 Sydney  Australia Sydney Thunder
52 SuperSport Park 21,000 Centurion  South Africa South Africa, Titans
52 York Park 21,000 Launceston  Australia Hobart Hurricanes
53 Brabourne Stadium 20,000 Mumbai  India Bombay Quadrangular, Rajasthan Royals
North Sydney Oval 20,000 Sydney  Australia New South Wales Blues
Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground 20,000 Kirtipur NepalNepal Nepal
Queen's Park 20,000[17] Saint George's  Grenada West Indies
Jinnah Stadium 20,000 Sialkot Pakistan Pakistan Sialkot Stallions
Arbab Niaz Stadium 20,000 Peshawar Pakistan Pakistan Peshawar Panthers, Peshawar Zalmi
Mangaung Oval 20,000 Bloemfontein  South Africa South Africa, Knights
Willowmoore Park 20,000 Benoni  South Africa South Africa, Titans
Central Broward Regional Park 20,000 Lauderhill  United States West Indies
Sabina Park 20,000 Kingston  Jamaica West Indies, Jamaica
Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium 20,000 Abu Dhabi  United Arab Emirates Pakistan
65 McLean Park 19,700 Napier  New Zealand Central Stags
66 Old Trafford 19,000 Manchester  England England, Lancashire
67 Queenstown Events Centre 19,000 Queenstown  New Zealand New Zealand
68 St George's Park 19,000 Port Elizabeth  South Africa South Africa, Warriors
69 Sylhet International Cricket Stadium 18,500 Sylhet  Bangladesh Bangladesh, Sylhet Super Stars, Sylhet Division, Sylhet Sixers
70 Headingley 18,350 Leeds  England England, Yorkshire CCC
71 Arnos Vale Stadium 18,000 Kingstown  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines West Indies
72 Roop Singh Stadium 18,000[18] Gwalior  India Madhya Pradesh
73 Bellerive Oval 17,500[19] Bellerive  Australia Australia, Tasmanian Tigers, Hobart Hurricanes
74 Riverside Ground 17,000 Chester-le-Street  England England, Durham
75 Trent Bridge 17,000 Nottingham  England England, Nottinghamshire
76 Quaid-e-Azam Stadium 16,000 Mirpur Pakistan Pakistan local cricket teams
77 Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 15,000 Sharjah  United Arab Emirates Pakistan
Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium 25,000 Rawalpindi Pakistan Pakistan Rawalpindi Rams, Islamabad United
Buffalo Park 15,000 East-London  South Africa South Africa, Warriors
County Cricket Ground 15,000 Bristol  England Gloucestershire
Sophia Gardens 15,000 Cardiff  Wales England, Glamorgan
Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium 15,000 Khulna  Bangladesh Bangladesh, Khulna Division, Khulna Royal Bengals, Khulna Titans
St Lawrence Ground 15,000 Canterbury  England Kent
Owen Delany Park 15,000 Taupo  New Zealand Northern Districts Knights
Providence Stadium 15,000 Providence  Guyana 2007 Cricket World Cup
Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground 15,000 Rajkot  India Saurashtra Cricket Association
Brian Lara Stadium 15,000 Tarouba  Trinidad and Tobago West Indies
Niaz Stadium 15,000 Hyderabad Pakistan Pakistan Hyderabad Hawks
Qayyum Stadium 15,000 Peshawar  Pakistan
P. Sara Oval 15,000 Colombo  Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
Shaheed Chandu Stadium 15,000[20] Bogra Bangladesh Bangladesh Bangladesh, Rangpur Riders
92 Darren Sammy Cricket Ground 13,700 Gros Islet  Saint Lucia Windward Islands
92 Cazaly Stadium 13,500 Cairns  Australia Australia
92 Marrara Oval 12,500 Darwin  Australia Australia
93 Windsor Park 12,000 Roseau  Dominica West Indies, Windward Islands cricket team
93 Manuka Oval 12,000 Canberra  Australia Australia, Sydney Thunder
94 Malahide Cricket Club Ground 11,500 Dublin  Ireland Ireland, Leinster Lightning
North Marine Road Ground 11,500 Scarborough  England Yorkshire CCC, Scarborough CC
96 Sir Vivian Richards Stadium 10,000 Antigua  Antigua and Barbuda West Indies
Harare Sports Club 10,000 Harare  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe, Matabeleland Tuskers
Traeger Park 10,000 Alice Springs  Australia Hobart Hurricanes
98 Queens Sports Club 9,000 Bulawayo  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe, Matabeleland Tuskers
99 Maple Leaf Cricket Club 7,000 King City Canada Canada Canada
100 Stormont (cricket ground) 6,000 Belfast  Northern Ireland Ireland, Northern Knights (cricket team)
101 The Grange Club 5,000 Edinburgh  Scotland Scotland
102 Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club Ground 4,875 Toronto Canada Canada Canada
103 VRA Cricket Ground 4,500 Amsterdam  Netherlands Netherlands
104 Castle Avenue, Dublin 3,200 Dublin  Ireland Ireland, Leinster Lightning
105 Bready Cricket Club Ground 3,000 Derry  Northern Ireland Ireland, North West Warriors

Stadiums under construction[edit]

No. Ground Capacity City Country Home team Estimated Completion Date
1 Sardar Patel Stadium 110,000 Motera, Ahmedabad India India India, Gujarat 2017-2020
2 Faizabad Sports Complex 88,000 Ayodhya India India UP 2016-2022
3 Purbachal International Cricket Arena 70,000 Purbachal New Town, Dhaka Bangladesh Bangladesh Bangladesh 2019-2022
4 Gwalior International Cricket Stadium 60,000[21] Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh India India India, Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association 2015-2021
5 Nalanda International Cricket Stadium 50,000 Nalanda, Bihar India India India, Bihar 2017-2019
6 Rafi Cricket Stadium 50,000[22] Karachi Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan, Sindh cricket team, Karachi Kings 2020
7 Saifai International Cricket Stadium 43,000 Saifai, Uttar Pradesh India India India, Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association 2017
8 Fapla International Cricket Ground 40,000 Dhangadhi Nepal Nepal Nepal 2019
9 ACA International Cricket Stadium 34,000 Amaravati India India Andhra Pradesh Cricket Association 2019-2020
10 Mulpani Cricket Stadium 30,000 Kathmandu Nepal Nepal Nepal 2017
11 Gautam Buddha International Stadium 25,000 Chitwan Nepal Nepal Nepal N/A
12 Shaheed Mohtarama Benazir Bhutto International Cricket Stadium 20,000 Garhi Khuda Bakhsh Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan, Sindh cricket team N/A

Former or demolished stadiums[edit]

No. Ground Capacity City Country Home team Closed (as a cricket ground) Cause
1 Stadium Australia 83,500[23] Sydney Australia Australia Australia, New South Wales Blues -- Closed
2 Sardar Patel Stadium [a] 48,000[24] Ahmedabad India India India, Gujarat, Rajasthan Royals 2015 Closed for renovation. Upgrading it to be the World's Largest Cricket Stadium
3 Bangabandhu National Stadium 36,000 Dhaka Bangladesh Bangladesh Bangladesh 2006 It converted to a Football Ground
4 Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium 30,000 Hyderabad  India India, Hyderabad cricket team 2003
5 Old Wanderers n/a Johannesburg  South Africa South Africa 1939
6 Sydney Showground 90,000 Sydney  Australia 1998
7 Lancaster Park 35,000 Christchurch  New Zealand 2012
8 Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground 20,000 Nagpur  India Vidarbha cricket team 2010 Closed for renovation
9 Brisbane Exhibition Ground 25,490 Brisbane  Australia Queensland Bulls 1931
10 Nehru Stadium 25,000 Guwahati  India Assam Cricket Association 2010[25] Closed for renovation
11 Sheffield Park 25,000 Uckfield  England 1909
12 Indira Priyadarshini Stadium 20,000 Visakhapatnam  India Andhra cricket team 2005
13 Queen Elizabeth II Park 20,000 Christchurch  New Zealand Canterbury Wizards
14 Hyde Park Ground 16,000 Sheffield  England Sheffield Cricket Club 1853

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Venue being rebuilt

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