There are plenty of international cricket stadiums across the world. Here’s a look at the popular international cricket grounds across the world.
Australia alone has about 9 international cricket stadiums which are as follows: Brisbane cricket ground, Brisbane, Manuka Oval, Canberra, Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Docklands stadium, Melbourne, Adelaide oval, Adelaide ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Sydney cricket ground, Sydney, Melbourne cricket ground, Melbourne and WACA, Perth
India has a lot of international cricket stadiums, out of which the popular ones are given as follows: Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi, Eden Gardens located in Kolkata, M.Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, Brabourne stadium, Mumbai, Subrata Roy Sahara stadium located in Pune, Sawai Mansingh stadium, Jaipur and Wankhade stadium, Mumbai
South Africa is a land of some of the most famous cricket grounds in the world. The following is a brief list: The Wanderers stadium, Johannesburg, Kingsmead in Durban, Buffalo Park in East London and Newlands situated in Cape Town
Some of the international cricket stadiums in England are the famous Lords in London, Trent Bridge in Nottingham, The Rose Bowl located in Southampton and Old Trafford, Leeds.
The following is a list of some popular cricket stadiums from around the world: Eden Park, Auckland, Gaddafi stadium, Lahore and Titwood, Glasgow