The status of cricket as the numero-uno sport in India is epitomized by the world-class infrastructure for the sport, spread across the length and breadth of the country. Right from the facilities provided to the players and coach to the exposure to media, the governing body of cricket has played an influential role in promoting the game both at the national and international levels. At the crux of this infrastructure is a bevy of fine cricket stadiums that regularly play host to international games. A number of records, both at the individual and team's level have been set by some of the renowned cricket players at different stadiums of India.
While the venerable Eden Gardens (Kolkata) is regarded as one of the very best in the world, the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali is renowned for its lush outfield and spectator-friendly facilities. Among others are the Brabourne Stadium (Mumbai), Wankhade Stadium (Mumbai), M. Chinnaswamy Stadium (Bangalore) and Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium (Delhi). World-class infrastructure and good seating capacity have made the stadiums as the popular choice as venues for important cricket matches in India. In this section, we have provided detailed information on some of the prominent cricket stadiums across India.