Get the information about the playing venues of all matches of ICC T20 World Cup 2016 at India. Playing venues selected for the matches of ICC T20 World Cup 2016 are available here and all information about these stadiums is available for the cricket fans.
ICC T20 World Cup 2016, this time is going to be played in India and in this sense BCCI in their last press release announced their possible playing venues. Total 8 cricket stadiums will be used by BCCI in order to conduct all the matches of ICC T20 World Cup 2016.
PCA-I.S Bindra Stadium
- Location: Mohali
- Establishment: 1993
- Capacity: 30,000
- Flood Lights: Yes
Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra stadium is located in Mohali and BCCI in their last meeting also decided to include this cricket stadium in playing venues of upcoming T20 world cup 2016 and now this cricket ground is ready to host International T20 matches.
PCA-I.S Bindra Stadium was established in 1993 and this cricket stadium is counted in latest cricket stadiums of India. One of the main specialties of this stadium is that total 16 flood lights are installed in this stadium and the heights of these lights is kept low and the reason is that this stadium is constructed near airport and to avoid collision height of lights kept low.
1st Test Match:
PCA-I.S Bindra Stadium hosted 1st test match on 10th Dec to 14th Dec 1975 and that match was played between India and West Indies.
1st ODI Match:
PCA-I.S Bindra Stadium hosted 1st one day international match between two best cricket teams India and West Indies on 22nd Nov 1993.
1st T20 Match:
1st T20 match was hosted by PCA-I.S Bindra Stadium on 12th Dec 2009 and that match was played between India and Sri Lanka.
Highest ODI Score:
South Africa cricket team scored highest total on this cricket stadium in last ICC World Cup 2011 as Proteas cricket team scored 351 runs in that stadium in 2011 against Netherlands.
Highest T20 Score:
Highest T20 score made on this cricket stadium is 211 and this score was made by Indian cricket team against Sri Lanka on 2009-10.