The third and final T20I match of the three-match series will take place at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium and feature India vs. New Zealand. India fought valiantly to tie the series at one game each in the second game, which was played in Lucknow. The stadium was built in 1983 and underwent its initial renovation in 2006. It became the city’s go-to location for hosting international matches. The stadium was closed and destroyed in 2015, and it will be entirely rebuilt by the end of 2020 at an estimated cost of Rs. 800 crores. The Gujarat Cricket Association renamed the venue on February 24, 2021, in honour of the current Indian prime minister and native of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, who also served as the organization’s president from 2009 to 2014 and as the state’s chief minister from 2001 to 2014.
Narendra Modi Stadium Boundary Length
The Narendra Modi Stadium reportedly covers 63 acres. The ground has a straight boundary dimension of 75 metres with a field size of 180 x 150 yards. On the other hand, the square boundaries would typically be 60 metres apart on either side of the pitch. Read More: Narendra Modi Stadium Pitch Report and T20I Stats
Motera Cricket Stadium Seating Capacity
With a capacity of 132,000 spectators, The Modi Stadium is the biggest stadium in the world. Beating MCG which has a seating capacity of 100,024 spectators.
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