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D Y Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai

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  • D.Y.Patil stadium designed by Hafeez Contractor,this stadium situated in Nerul navi Mumbai is a cricket and football stadium. this stadium making D.Y.Patil own campus in Nerul,Inugurated on 4th march ...  read more »
  • Have visited this stadium umpteen number of times- for the IPL matches, the ISL ( Soccer league) matches, for few music concerts. An excellently maintained & beautiful stadium & it has consistently ma...  read more »
  • The location is good easy accessible via road and railway stn and easy to trace as its very popular as its the only stadium in that area 
  • super hai achha hai mujhe bahut achha laga. pan paise nahi hsi
  • Awesome experiance during isl finals Atk vs kerala bkasters fc!!!!!! :)
  • I really appreciate the founder/s and other concerned people who have provided a world class stadium. But I have the followings comments to make with the sole intention to improve the quality of staff and service being provided there. Today morning around 7 30 hrs, I just dropped in to see the newly renovated badminton court and to have a couple of games , as a guest, if possible. Upon reaching the stadium, I was told by the security guards that an event is going on for school children and to see the court one needs to have an entry permit. I went to the stall meant for visitors/parents and the lady there stamped on the skin of the outer surface of my right palm. Upon reaching back to the guards and flaunting my stamped hand, they again stopped me and said I had to wait, even though I made it clear to them that my intention was to have a look at the courts and the notice board for some information and naturally there was an argument. By that time a lady who described herself as the coordinator of the event and who refused to reveal her identity by name, reached there and said I was rude to her people and even though I was a senior citizen, I should mind my body language of moving my hands in the air etc. I said my body language and verbal language are assertive in nature and certainly not aggressive. And of course she was kind enough to permit me to look at the notice board and the courts after listening to me and I left there. Now I have the following comments /queries to make: 1. A common man who wants to just see the facility for a minute has to undergo so much travails and insult? 2. Is stamping on the skin of a visitor/guest with an indelible ink is the right way of issuing an entry pass? And any visitor will take it as an honorable gesture? As a person who had seen world class facilities across the globe, the gist of my comments and feedback are that the quality of service and staff need to improve to really make it world class. Than you.
  • Went here for Hardwell's show. Transportation from Nerul suburban station is available. Stadium is managed well. Do not that bags are mostly NOT allowed inside the stadium.
  • Great place however lack of infrastructure and too expensive. No value for money. If money is no object then this is a fantastic stadium
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