Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad



Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, previously recognized as Visaka International Cricket Arena Dirt, is the crucial cricket ground in Hyderabad, India and also is the habitat field for the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA).

It could be situated in Uppal, east suburbia of the downtown. It provides capability of 55,000 visitors currently and lengthens over 16 acres (65,000 m2) over land. Usually the ends are called Pavilion End and North End.

Deccan Chargers stands out as a cricket team symbolizing Hyderabad region in the IPL (Indian Premier League) and in addition the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Ground may very well be team's habitat.

Because a large number of the IPL series are starred in day/night structure, the bowl has cover lamps settled up.

Establishing info :-

Place : Uppal, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India

Corporation : 2004

Capability : 55,000

Property owner : Hyderabad Cricket Association

Machinist : Hyderabad Cricket Association

Resident : Indian Cricket Team

End labels :North End

Pavilion End

Global info :-

one and only Test 5 12 Nov - 16 Nov 2010: India v New Zealand

Initial ODI 16 Nov 2005: India v South Africa

Previous ODI 14 Oct 2011: India v England