THE WORLD’S LARGEST STADIUM IN INDIA IS CAPABLE OF RESTARTING MATCHES WITHIN 30 MINUTES OF RAIN
India — where cricket is nothing less than a religion — is all set to open the world’s largest stadium in March 2020. Apart from being the world’s largest, Sardar Patel Gujarat Stadium at Motera near Ahmedabad will have three different kinds of pitches. They will range from bouncy, spin friendly, or a mix of both — to suit the need of fast bowlers and spinners. The Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) which is executing the project, is preparing as many as 11 pitches.
GUJARAT CRICKET ASSOCIATION REVAMPED SARDAR PATEL STADIUM AND MADE IT THE WORLD’S LARGEST STADIUM.
After the reconstruction and make-over, the Sardar Patel Cricket Stadium would be the biggest cricket stadium in the world in terms of seating capacity, Gujarat Cricket Association said in Ahmedabad on Friday. The new stadium will have a seating capacity of 1,00,000. The demolition of the current stadium, located in Motera area, started yesterday and will be completed in four months.
BJP leader Shri Amit Shah was elected as President of Gujarat Cricket Association after the resignation of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.
BJP Leader Shri Amit Shah was today elected unopposed as the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) president, a post that had been left vacant after the resignation of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. Shri Narendra Modi resigned from the post before he took the oath of office as Prime Minister recently.
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi had taken over the reins of Gujarat Cricket Association under his hands.
After belting his opponents in the political arena, Gujarat chief minister Shri Narendra Modi has padded up for a new innings. A day after leading his party to a stunning victory in by-elections, he was unanimously elected president of the Gujarat Cricket Association, ending Congress’s 16-year domination of the body. While Shri Narendra Modi took over the reins of GCA on Tuesday, his close associate and state home minister Amit Shah was elected as its vice-president.