India is Cricket crazy. Nothing new in that. Orignally played by the British, the game became immensely popular among the British colonies. The game that has an almost cult following in India, is played on a sprawling ground. Here are some of the most beautifulcricket grounds in the world where players love to play and fans love to watch.
Originally built in 1931, Bellerive received a significant upgrade in 2003 from its orignial version. The renovation included a 6000-seat Southern Grandstand, two members’ buildings and indoor cricket nets.
The home ground of the West Indies team, this beautiful cricket ground is located at Gros Islet, St Lucia, West Indies. The stadium which has a 15,000 seating capacity was completed in 2002 and had hosted numerous domestic matches for the Windward Islands cricket team.
The cricket ground HPCA has set up against the snow clad mountains and is indeed one of the most beautiful cricket stadiums in the world! The cricket ground is not only noted for its cool air and its stunning mountain scenery but is also known for the serene ambience, rolling meadows and spell binding views.
Exquisite setting on the shores of the Caribbean, the glorious views take in Bequia and stretch across the Grenadines. Holding a capacity of 1800 people, this cricket ground is the home ground of the Windward Islands.
Located at the foot of the Table Mountain in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, this cricket ground offers the most beautiful scenic beauty and tranquility.
Mumbai has its own charm. INDEED! Though this stadium is relatively younger than old-world grounds like Chepauk, Eden Gardens and Feroz Shah Kotla, the Wankhede stadium has its own fair share of unforgettable memories attached to it. It has been home to some of the greatest cricketers to have played for the country.
The home cricket ground of Worcestershire County Cricket Club since 1896, this immensely big cricket ground looks really lavish. The lush green surroundings of this ground offers another kind of experience.
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