Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot

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Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, (Gujarati: સૌરાષ્ટ્ર ક્રિકેટ એસોસિયેશન સ્ટેડિયમ) also known as the Khandheri Cricket Stadium, is a cricket stadium in Rajkot, India. It is Gujarat's first solar powered stadium.

In 2013 first ever international match held in this stadium. The host (India) played ODI against England. In same year it has hosted first T20I between India and Australia which was India won by 6 wickets. In 2016 this stadium host first ever Test against England and the result was draw.
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  • Rajkot is lucky to have such amanities in town. I have visited this amazing cricket ground alongwith my friends. Stadium having capacity of 28,500 people established in 2008. Having many gates and....  more »
  • excellent place ,nice arrangement,ample parking,delicious food best place to see an international cricket match.  more »
  • We have visited the stadium for IND vs AUS. Where India bounced back like anything in the match. We have enjoyed a lot. Ground is awesome with good seating facility.  more »
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  • A very good Cricket Ground to play International cricket.. Been there, watched a match! A gem of a crowd & atmosphere.. A must visit ground replicating Lord's cricket ground for the cricket lover!
  • The place is overall great stadium and it's much enjoyable to watch a match here. Love this place. It's best venue over gujarat to watch an live experience of cricket match in this stadium.
  • Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, also known as the Khandheri Cricket Stadium, is a cricket stadium in Rajkot, India. It is Gujarat's first solar powered stadium. Initially, the stadium was being used for Ranji Trophy matches, when the spectator stands were still being constructed.[1] With the stands completed, the ground can hold 28,000 fans. The stadium is a part of a larger sports complex that will include venues for other sports such as badminton, basketball, and volleyball. It will host Saurashtra Cricket Association matches along with Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground.
  • Its a Good Stadium To Have In City.. With all facilities available.. Snacks and cold drinks with reasonable price on match days.. Security is also good.. Washrooms Are Also Hygienic.. But some rules are strict like baggage and earphones are not allowed.. And No safety From Up stands Any Injury Can Happen By falling or something likewise.. And cricket pitch remains always favorable to batsmen.... For bowlers its a hell. Unless a batsmen make mistake
  • Initially, the stadium was being used for Ranji Trophy matches, when the spectator stands were still being constructed. With the stands completed, the ground can hold 28,000 fans. The stadium is a part of a larger sports complex that will include venues for other sports such as badminton, basketball, and volleyball. It will host Saurashtra Cricket Association matches along with Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground. It is a state of the art cricket stadium. The media box here is similar in design to the one at Lord's Cricket Ground, London. To facilitate spectator movement, there are several aisles between seat columns and lots of entrances/exits for the three stands. There is also a spacious passage running around the stadium, between the stands and the outer wall, to enable easy movement. A 30-acre portion of agricultural land next to the Jamnagar highway was acquired around 2004. Construction began in 2006 and the total cost, including land, is said to be around Rs 75 crore (around US$14 million). The SCA shifted its offices from the cramped seventh floor of a commercial building in the city to the stadium which has been hosting first-class matches since late 2008. The complex has two playing fields: the main one inside the stadium, with a 90-yard outfield, and a smaller one outside, with a 70-yard outfield. The latter is used for outdoor nets, and also for district-level matches. The dressing rooms are big and lined with large, luxurious, cushioned seats. There are more than 60 hospitality boxes dotting the West Stand and the Pavilion Stand but the SCA has decided against selling them permanently to corporates and will only hire them out for international matches. There are even plans to have an academy in the future.

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