India’s Sardar Patel International Cricket Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad will scouse borrow the name of the world’s largest stadium from Melbourne stadium.

The following is a list of the world’s biggest cricket stadiums, ordered by capability. Currently, all grounds with a capacity of 15,000 or greater which are the home venue of membership or national team are included. Some grounds with a capacity of more than 10,000 are also included.

1. Sardar Patel Stadium – Ahmedabad, India

Capacity:- 1,10,000 People

Source: shorturl.at/egrzH

2. Melbourne Cricket Ground – Melbourne, Australia

Capacity:- 1, 00,024 People

Source: shorturl.at/bzNS0

3. Eden Gardens – Kolkata, India

Capacity:- 68,000 People

Source: shorturl.at/psY01

4. Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium – Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India

Capacity:- 65,000 People

Source: shorturl.at/uCJ17

5. Perth Cricket Stadium – Perth, Australia

Capacity:- 60,000 People

Source: shorturl.at/corsP

6. Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium – Hyderabad, India

Capacity:- 55,000 People

Source: shorturl.at/kDU35

7. Adelaide Oval – Adelaide, Australia

Capacity:- 53,583 People

Source: shorturl.at/mBV17

8. Greenfield International Stadium – Trivandrum, India

Capacity:- 55,000 People

Source: shorturl.at/fivRW

9. Docklands Stadium – Melbourne, Australia
Capacity:- 48,003 People

Source: shorturl.at/aeisC

10. Sydney Cricket Ground – Sydney, Australia
Capacity:- 48,000 People

Source: shorturl.at/enrCU
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