7 Biggest Cricket Stadiums In World & Their Capacity

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Narendra Modi Stadium, IndiaCapacity: 132,000Earlier known as Sardar Patel Stadium, the refurbished Narendra Modi Stadium is the largest in terms of seating capacity.

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Melbourne Cricket Ground, AustraliaCapacity: 100,024The iconic MCG in Australia used to be the world's largest cricket stadium till 2020. Now it has slipped to the second position, but is still the largest in the southern hemisphere.

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Eden Gardens, IndiaCapacity: 66,349Before the reconstruction of Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Eden Gardens used to be India's biggest cricket stadium.

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ANZ Stadium, AustraliaCapacity:  68,000Built to host the Sydney Olympics in 2000, ANZ Stadium is now a multi-purpose venue which hosts everything from cricket and rugby to musical concerts.

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Perth Stadium, AustraliaCapacity: 60,000Perth Stadium is the fifth largest stadium in the world, boasting a seating capacity of around 60,000. It is also known as Optus Stadium.

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Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, IndiaCapacity: 55,000Built in 2003, this is the largest stadium in southern India, and is home to the IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad.

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