Indira Gandhi Stadium


Indira Gandhi Stadium, Vijayawada is situated in the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The stadium is one of the famous Cricket Stadiums in India. The Indira Gandhi Stadium was previously known as the Municipal Stadium.

This Vijayawada cricket stadium has hosted one ODI match between West Indies and India in November 2002. In this match West Indies won by 135 runs. The stadium hasn't hosted any Test match yet. The stadium has been holding the regular domestic cricket matches.

Milestones at Indira Gandhi Stadium -

The highest ODI total was made by West Indies against India in November 2002.

The lowest ODI total was by India against West Indies with 180 runs in November 2002.

The most runs were scored by MN Samuels of West Indies with 108 runs.

The city of Vijayawada is connected by air through the airport at Gannavaram. It is situated 10 kilometers from the city. There are flights from cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Rajahmundry.

Vijayawada is located on the Chennai -Delhi and Chennai - Howrah rail route. It is South Central Railway's biggest railway junction. By road the city is well connected through National Highways (NH-5 and NH-9). The city is well connected by roads to various parts of the state. Travelers can reach Hyderabad from here by availing buses 24 hours-a-day all through the year.

The Satavahana Bus Terminal, which links the three regions of the state, is also situated here. It is one of the biggest bus terminals, the largest in Asia and an important transit point. Travelers will find various types of accommodation according to their budget near the stadium.

Last Updated on 24 August 2012