Cricket World Cup 2011

Stadiums

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All the Indian stadiums for the 2011 World Cup had been finalized [32] earlier, and the venues of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka were finalised in late October 2009. All the venues of the 2011 Cricket World Cup were announced on 2 November 2009 in Mumbai by the International Cricket Council. Two new stadiums in Sri Lanka are being constructed exclusively for the 2011 World Cup. They are located in Kandy and Hambantota.[33]

India Kolkata

India Chennai

India New Delhi

India Nagpur

India Ahmedabad

Eden Gardens
Capacity: 65,000
(being upgraded)

M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
Capacity: 46,000
(being upgraded)

Feroz Shah Kotla
Capacity: 48,000

Vidarbha Cricket
Association Stadium

Capacity: 45,000

Sardar Patel Stadium
Capacity: 50,000

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Partly Renovated Chepauk.jpg

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Sri Lanka Colombo

Sri Lanka Kandy

Sri Lanka Hambantota

R. Premadasa Stadium
Capacity: 35,000
(being upgraded)

Muttiah Muralitharan
International Cricket Stadium

Capacity: 35,000
(new stadium)

Mahinda Rajapaksa
International Stadium

Capacity: 37,000
(new stadium)

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Pallekele International Cricket Stadium.jpg

India Mumbai

Bangladesh Chittagong

India Mohali

Bangladesh Dhaka

India Bangalore

Wankhede Stadium
Planned capacity: 45,000
(being upgraded)

Chittagong
Divisional Stadium

Capacity: 20,000

Punjab Cricket
Association Stadium

Capacity: 35,000

Sher-e-Bangla
Cricket Stadium

Capacity: 35,000

M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
Capacity: 42,000

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Ispahani End, Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium.jpg

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Venues in Sri Lanka

Venues in Bangladesh

 

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