(Last Updated on : 06/08/2013)
Cricket Stadiums of East India deals with the stadiums like Ravenshaw College Ground, Sunshine Ground, Gopabandhu Stadium, Samanta Chandrashekar College Ground, Ispat Stadium, Veer Surendra Sai Stadium, Baxijagbandhu Stadium, Eastern Railway Divisional Stadium, Calcutta Cricket and Football Ground, Rangers Ground, Tallah Park, Nadia District
Stadium, Kanchanjungwa Krirangan.
Eden Gardens Stadium
Eden Gardens is a cricket ground in Kolkata
. Eden Gardens is the domicile of the Bengal cricket team and the Indian Premier League
's Kolkata Knight Riders
, as well as being a Test and One Day International ground. It is the largest cricket stadium in India by seating capacity of around ninety thousands. It is widely acknowledged to be the most iconic cricket stadium in the country. Eden Gardens is the second-largest cricket stadium in the world by seating capacity. Eden Gardens is also quoted as the cricket's answer to the Colosseum. Eden Gardens has hosted 37 Test matches in India.
Moin-ul-Haque Cricket Stadium is located in the eastern part of Bihar
. Moin-ul-Haque Cricket Stadium is situated in the capital city of Bihar. Moin-ul-Haque Stadium is the second largest cricket ground of our country. The greenery of the Moin-ul-Haque Stadium along with its huge size enhances and energizes the sportsman spirit of the cricket players. Moin-ul-Haque stadium was built in 1969-70. This part of Bihar has produced many cricket stars, which has prompted the Government of the state and the regional cricket association to build a stadium that would further boast the budding cricketers.
Barabati Stadium in Cuttack is a popular name, apart from Eden Gardens in Kolkata
. This ground is maintained and taken care of by Orissa Cricket Association. This ground is one of the oldest cricket grounds in India which has hosted several international matches. It is well equipped with floodlights and other facilities for hosting international matches.
Calcutta Cricket and Football Club
Calcutta Cricket and Football Club is located in Ballygunge, South Kolkata. It is a cricket and association football club with rugby, hockey, swimming and tennis sections as well in West Bengal. Calcutta Cricket and Football Club is founded as the Calcutta Cricket Club by British expatriates who had come over with the British East India Company it is known to be in existence by 1792