Nehru Stadium, Guwahati

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Nehru Stadium,Guwahati
Nehru Stadium
Nehru Stadium Guwahati.jpg
Ground information
Location Guwahati, Assam, India
Coordinates 15°21′01.52″N 75°08′34.14″E / 15.3504222°N 75.1428167°E / 15.3504222; 75.1428167
Establishment 1962
Capacity 15,000[1]
Owner Radha Govinda Baruah (1962)
Board of Sports of Assam (since 1962)
Operator Board of Sports, Government of Assam
Tenants Assam cricket team
FC Green Valley (2010 - Present)
Guwahati F.C. (2015 - Present)
End names
Pavilion End
Railway End
International information
First ODI 17 December 1983:
 India v  West Indies
Last ODI 28 November 2010:
 India v  New Zealand
As of 28 September 2012
Source: ESPNCricinfo

Coordinates: 15°21′01.52″N 75°08′34.14″E / 15.3504222°N 75.1428167°E / 15.3504222; 75.1428167

Nehru Stadium (Assamese: নেহৰু ষ্টেডিয়াম), is a multi-purpose stadium in Guwahati, Assam, India and managed by the Board of Sports, Government of Assam. Radha Govinda Baruah supervised, constructed and named the stadium as Nehru Stadium. It is used both for football and cricket matches. The stadium holds 15,000 people at most and was built in 1962. So far it hosted 14 One Day Internationals matches and many matches of top domestic cricket tournaments like Ranji Trophy, Duleep Trophy and Deodhar Trophy. In football it regularly hosts prestigious Bordoloi Trophy. The stadium also hosted Santosh Trophy and Federation Cup tournaments.

One Day International Match Records[edit]

Nehru Stadium, Guwahati in the evening

The stadium has hosted 14 One Day Internationals till date. The following table includes the list of all One Day International matches played at the Nehru Stadium, Guwahati.[2]

Date Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin
Dec 17, 1983  India  West Indies  West Indies by 6 wickets
Jan 11, 1987  India  Sri Lanka  India by 8 wickets
Dec 23, 1987  India  West Indies  West Indies by 52 runs
March 22, 1993  India  Zimbabwe  India by 7 wickets
Nov 19, 1993  South Africa  Sri Lanka  South Africa by 78 runs
Nov 1, 1994  New Zealand  West Indies  West Indies by 135 runs
Nov 1, 1996  Australia  South Africa  South Africa by 8 wickets
Dec 22, 1997  India  Sri Lanka  India by 7 wickets
Nov 14, 1999  India  New Zealand  New Zealand by 48 runs
March 19, 2002  India  Zimbabwe  India by 101 runs
Nov 9, 2003  Australia  New Zealand  Australia by 44 runs
April 9, 2006  India  England Abandoned -
Nov 5, 2007  India  Pakistan  India by 5 wickets
Nov 29, 2008  India  England Cancelled due to security reasons -
Nov 8, 2009  India  Australia  Australia by 6 wickets
Nov 28, 2010  India  New Zealand  India by 40 runs

All Records and Statistics[edit]

Type Team 1 Opposition Team Date
First ODI  India  West Indies Dec 17, 1983
Last ODI  India  New Zealand Nov 28, 2010
Highest Totals [3]
Team 1 Opposition Team Date Score Overs
 India  Zimbabwe 19 March 2002 333/6 50
 West Indies  New Zealand 1 Nov, 1994 306/6 50
Lowest Totals [4]
Team 1 Opposition Team Date Score Overs
 India  West Indies 23 Dec, 1987 135 41.3
 Sri Lanka  South Africa 19 Nov, 1993 136 40.1

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