The India and England cricketers shared the post on social media, praising Ahmedabad’s Motera Stadium, which will host the final two Tests of the ongoing series.
After the two teams win one Test each in Chennai, the four-match series will shift to Ahmedabad, where the newly-constructed Motera Stadium will host its first international match.
The old Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, was completely demolished in 2015. After this, its construction started again in 2017.
The new LED Floodlights at Motera’s renovated Sardar Patel Stadium will not see shadows, making it easier to spot aerial balls. Gujarat Cricket Association joint secretary Anil Patel said during a media tour of the stadium recently that the world’s largest cricket stadium will also have 11 center strips, along with four dressing rooms with in-built gymnasiums.
Three practice grounds, club house, Olympic size swimming pool and an indoor cricket academy have also been built in the world’s largest stadium. It is the only stadium in the world to use the same soil for practice and center pitch.
The world’s largest cricket stadium has 11 center pitches. In addition 76 corporate boxes with a capacity of 25 people have been built. Separate arrangements have been made for entry and exit at the stadium. Car and scooter parking is provided. In which there is a provision of parking of 4 thousand cars and 10 thousand two wheelers.
It has an arrangement of 1,10,000 people to sit in a bar, which exceeds Melbourne Cricket Ground, will put around 55,000 tickets on sale for the next two Tests at the GCA venue.