World third largest stadium to built in Jaipur, India

Amid lockdown, while all the cricket activities are away from the field, cricket fans in India having a good time with the approval of 2nd largest stadium in the country which is going to build in Jaipur.

World third largest stadium to built in Jaipur, India

With the approval from the International cricket stadium authorities, this stadium will be one of the world’s largest cricket stadiums with a seating capacity of 75,000 people. The estimated budget has been scaled to Rs 350 crore will soon come up on the outskirts of Rajasthan’s capital Jaipur.

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Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) secretary Mahendra Shama stated that the land has been finalised in Chonp village which is at a distance from Jaipur. Besides, the stadium would be spread over 100 acres. He also confirmed that the construction process will begin very soon.

The new stadium in Jaipur is set to be the third-largest stadium in the world with a capacity of 75,000 people. While the Motera stadium in Ahmedabad has a seating capacity of 1.10 lakh and the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) has a seating capacity of 1.02 lakh people which are first and second largest stadium consecutively.

The stadium will have indoor games facilities, sports training academies, a club-house and a parking capacity of almost 4000 vehicles besides arranging matches. RCA president Vaibhav Gehlot has approved the construction of the stadium at a board meeting. Besides, the committee also approved holding of domestic cricket tournaments in Rajasthan in the same meeting. Hence, setting-up a selection committee for senior and junior (men and women) categories, and appointment of coaches and sports staff for teams of different categoriees instructions has been regulated.

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