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2015 Cricket World cup Venues
- Updated: January 20, 2015
2015 CRICKET WORLD CUP VENUES
World Cup will be under way on 14th of February. There will be total of 49 matches to be played in different venues. Limit2Sports has compiled up a list of all the venues in which matches will be played.
(1) Sydney Cricket Ground is one of the beautiful grounds in the world. Capacity of almost 50 thousand people this ground was recently upgraded. One semifinal will played in this historic stadium.
(2) Melbourne Cricket Ground another historic with largest capacity after the Eden Garden. The final will be played in this stadium on 29th March.
(3) Adelaide Cricket Ground is one of the lush green stadium of Australia with a capacity of 54,000 people. This stadium is such a beautiful place to watch and play the game.
(4) Brisbane The Gabba was established in the late 1800. The stadium can accomadate 42,000 fans.
(5) WACA Perth pitch is always bouncy. Perth is a wonderful city which has a perfect weather conditions throughout the year. The stadium can accomdate 25,000 people.The ground has also been quite frequently used for a range of other Australian sports. The ground was establish in 1890 and the first test was played in 1970.
(6) Hobart has a capacity of 20,000. The ground was opened in 1916 and this is the home of Tasmania cricket team. Hobart Hurricane also play here in T20 matches.
(7) Canberra (Manuka Oval) is the smallest ground according to its capacity but without a doubt one of the most beautiful stadiums in the world. It has a capacity of 15,000 people but the atmosphere here is always great. A lovely place canberra is and a lovely venue for fans to watch there favorite teams play.
(8) Auckland (Eden Park) comes up as a top stadium in New Zealand after Wellington. Eden Park is a wodnderful lush green ground with outstanding pitches for bat and ball. Its is also home to various rugby matches too. It has a capacity of 46,000 which is the biggest in New Zealand.
(9) Napier (McClean Park) has a capacity of 20,000 and also it is regarded as one of the oldest stadium in the world. It is home to various teams including women Club Teams.
(10) Hamilton (Seddon Park) is a wonderful venue. A picnic type construction with a cool atmosphere. Hamilton is the fourth largest city in the Kiwi land with lush green stands it is a perfect place to watch cricket with a capacity of over 10,000.
(11) Christchurch (Hagley Oval) has a capacity of almost 20,000. The first match was playe din late 1800. Hagley oval will have few matches this time in the world cup.
(12) Dunedin (University Oval) is home ground of Otago University. With not a big capacity of just 6000 it is developing into a wonderful stadium and alot of matches will played here this time in 2015 world cup.
(13) Nelson (Saxton Oval) will be hosting only three matches this time in the world cup with a capacity of less then 4000 it is a wonderful place to play cricket.
(14) Wellington Cricket ground is the second biggest ground in New Zealand. It has a total capacity of almost 38,000. The 4th Quater Final of this year Cricket world cup will be played in this ground.