ICC World Cup 2011, ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums | Watch ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums Photo Gallery


Complete information on the ICC World Cup 2011 venues and the stadiums that are planning to host the upcoming ICC World Cup 2011.

ICC World Cup 2011, ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums | Watch ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums Photo Gallery


ICC World Cup 2011 will be hosted by only three countries which have been finalized this year. These three countries would be none other than India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. India, on the other hand would play the role of the main host in ICC World Cup 2011. It is only because around 8 out of total 13 ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums will be from India. The Venues for ICC World Cup 2011 from India are located in all the important cities of India, including Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Mohali, Nagpur and Bangalore.

The ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums from Sri Lanka would include venues from 3 cities, 1 from Colombo, 1 from Kandy and 1 from Hambantota. In fact the venues from Kandy and Hambantota are exclusively constructed for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2011.

The ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums from Bangladesh would include cities like Chittagong and Dhaka. Thus India will host around 28 matches including 1 Quarter Final, 1 Semi Final and 1 Final ICC World Cup 2011 Match. Sri Lanka on the other hand would host around 12 matches including 1-Semi Final and 1 Quarter final. Bangladesh would host 8 matches including 2 Quarter Finals for ICC World Cup 2011.

ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums from India


Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in New Delhi (Capacity – 48000/ Matches - 4)
Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad (Capacity – 50,000/ Matches – 2 / Quarter Final - 1)
Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata (Capacity – 82,000/ Matches - 4)
Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai (Capacity – 45,000/ Matches – 2/Final -1)
Mohali Stadium in Punjab (Capacity – 35,000 / Matches -2 / Semi Final -1)
M. A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai (Capacity – 46,000 / Matches -4)
Vidarbha Cricket Association in Nagpur (Capacity -35,000 / Matches - 4)
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore (Capacity -42,000 / Matches - 4)

ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums from Sri Lanka


R. Premdasa Stadium in Colombo (Capacity – 35,000/ Matches – 5/ Quarter Final – 1/ Semi Final -1)
Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Kandy (Capacity – 35,000/ Matches - 3)
Suriyawewa Stadium in Hambantota (Capacity – 33,000/Matches -2)

ICC World Cup 2011 Stadiums from Bangladesh


Chittagong Divisional Stadium in Chittagong (Capacity – 20,000/ Matches- 2)
Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium in Dhaka (Capacity – 35,000 / Matches – 4 / Quarter final - 2)

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