Indian Premier League : IPL 2013 Season 6

Venues in IPL 2012 Season 5

Total Eleven Venues are reserved for Cricket matches to be palyed in IPL 2012 Season 5 in various cities accross India.

Teams playing in IPL 2012 Season 5

Firoz Shah Kotla(FSK) - Delhi

Firoz Shah Kotla(FSK) - Delhi is under control of Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA). Feroz Shah Kotla ground is located at Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110002.

It is formerly known as Willingdon Pavilion, established in 1883. Two ends named as Stadium End and Pavilion End. Their Home team(s) are Delhi and Delhi Daredevils.

First Test was played on this ground between India v West Indies in November 10-14, 1948.

First ODI was played between India and Sri Lanka on September 15, 1982.

One of the most memorable movement was in 1999 when Anil Kumble takes all 10 wickets in Pakistan's second innings, to take India to a historic win.

How to reach Firoz Shah Kotla(FSK) - Delhi?

  • Nearest Railway Station: Old Delhi Railway Station
  • Nearest Metro Station: New Delhi Station
  • Auto-rickshaws, taxis, buses or take the metro rail, the Kotla is a landmark and easily accessible by road.



Brabourne Stadium - Mumbai

Brabourne Stadium - Mumbai is established 1937, named after Lord Brabourne, Former Governor of Bombay(now Mumbai) having capacity of around 20,000 people. Brabourne Stadium has the Floodlights facility so the spectator can enjoy every ball played in the matches.

It has two ends named: Pavilion End and Church Gate End. Their Home team is Mumbai and Mumbai Indians.

First ODI was played between Australia and Pakistan on October 23, 1989. First Test was played between India and West Indies on December 9-13, 1948.

The Brabourne Stadium has a rich and fascinating history. After it was built,the Pentangular shifted here from the Bombay Gymkhana in 1937-38 and it was here that Vijay Merchant - Vijay Hazare rivalry was played out with no quarter asked and none given


Dr DY Patil Sports Academy - Navi Mumbai

Mumbai's newest, full-fledged cricket stadium is ready. Stadium capacity is around 55,000 makes it the second-largest cricket ground in India after the Eden Gardens.

the stadium cost Rs. One billion (US$ 25 million) and was constructed by Hafeez Contractor, a leading architect of India.

Floodlights Four towers is available from April 2008. The four floodlight towers are taller than normal. Ground has two ends named: Media End and Pavilion End. Dr DY Patil Sports Academy is established in 2007. Dr DY Patil Sports Academy is located far from the heart of Mumbai but this can be a advantage too.


Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium - Nagpur

Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium has a capacity of 45,000 peoples. Stadium has two ends named: Secretary End and Pavilon End. First Test was played between India and Australia on November 6-10, 2008. First ODI was played between India and Australia on October 28, 2009.

Australia, India, South Africa and Sri Lanka like big teams played their One Day and Test Matches on this ground.


Eden Gardens - Kolkata

Eden Gardens, Kolkata established in 1864. Eden Gardens has the sitting capacity of 90,000 peoples. Eden Gardens has the Floodlights facility so the spectators can enjoy all the versions(One day, Test, Twenty20) of the Cricket matches.

Eden Gardens has two ends named: High Court End and Pavilion End. Their Home team is Bengal and Kolkata Knight Riders.

It first hosted a Test between India and England on January 5-8, 1934. First ODI was played between India and Pakistan on Feb 18, 1987.

This stadium has many memorable movements, but one of them was when VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid set the stage for the greatest come-from-behind victory of modern times, against the great Australian team lead by Steve Waugh poised for an unprecedented 17th straight Test win. Harbhajan is the rising star in that series.


Sawai Mansingh Stadium - Jaipur

Sawai Mansingh Stadium is located in pink city Jaipur, Rajasthan. Sawai Mansingh Stadium hosted a solitary Test match, in February 1987 but also hosted number of matches in other format of the cricket. Sawai Mansingh Stadium has the Floodlights facility.

Their Home team is Rajasthan and Rajasthan Royals. Stadium hosted a Test match between India and Pakistan on February 21-26, 1987. First ODI was played between India and Pakistan on October 2, 1983. Sawai Mansingh Stadium hosted a number of matches in the 2006-07 Champions Trophy.


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