Motera World’s Largest Stadium: All You Need To Know
All About Motera Stadium The Largest Cricket Stadium In The World
The Motera Stadium is the largest cricket stadium in the world. It has dethroned Melbourne Cricket Ground to become the largest in the sport. The revamped stadium is all set to host its debut match between India and England. The worlds largest stadium will be inaugurated by President Ram Nath Kovind in Ahmedabad on Wednesday before the pink ball test between India and England.
The Motera Stadium can host 1,10,000 spectators. It is by far the largest among cricket stadiums. It has gone past the 90,000-mark of the MCG in Australia. Motera is gearing up for the return of international cricket as it hosts the first International Match at the venue.
The Stadium has received the Gold Rating from Indian Green Building Council. It can harvest 320,000 litres of rainwater per day. It also has 11 acres of vegetation to enhance biodiversity. Accessibility much better than other stadiums with ramps and lifts for people with disabilities.
Here is all you need to know about Motera:
- The Motera Stadium has two practice grounds with nine pitches.
- It also includes another 11 pitches: six containing red soil and five of black soil.
- There are four dressing rooms in the stadium for players each inter-connected with two gyms.
- The state-of-the-art drainage system has been claimed to ensure the resumption of the game within 30 minutes, even after heavy rainfall.
- An Olympic-size swimming pool and a mini 3D theatre.
- No pillars in the stadium ensure an unobstructed viewing.
- Parking space available for 3,000 cars and 10,000 two-wheeler vehicles.
- Motera has LED lights installed across the length of the roof.
- 76 corporate boxes – Highest in the world.
- Clubhouse with 50 deluxe and five suite rooms.
- A clubhouse with fifty deluxe rooms and five suites
- six indoor pitches, two outdoor practice grounds with pavilions
- The president has renamed it Narendra Modi Stadium now.