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M chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore

M chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore is one of the new International Cricket stadiums in India. The stadium was built in 1969. Owned and operated by Karnataka State Cricket Association, this stadium can accommodate approximately 50000 spectators during a match. This ground was earlier known as Karnataka State Cricket Association.

This stadium is the home to a number of major one day international, test, and first class cricket matches and at the same time, a few cultural functions, and events. This Stadium is the home ground of Karnataka state cricket team and IPL team, Royal Challengers Bangalore. The first test match of this ground was played on November 22 in the year of 1974 between West Indies and India and the first One Day International was played in 1982 on November 26 between India and Sri Lanka.

There are two stands in this stadium: Pavilion End and BEML End. The present curator of this field is Narayan Raju.

Records at M chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore

International Test Match Records

  • Highest individual score- Younis Khan (267) in a match between Pakistan and India, in 2005

  • Highest innings total- India 626/10 in a match between India and Pakistan, 3rd Test in Bangalore, in 2007

  • Best innings bowling- Maninder Singh (7-27), in a match between India and Pakistan, in 1987
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One Day International Records

  • Best all-rounder performance: Javagal Srinath (123 not out and 10 wickets)

  • Highest team total- Australia vs India (347-2) in 2003

  • Highest Run Chase- India chased 321 against New Zealand (321-5) in 2010

World Cup at M chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore

M chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore hosted a number of matches in 1987 and 1996 cricket world cup. In 1987, one group match was hosted in this stadium while in 1996 five world cup matches were played on this ground.

2011 World Cup at M chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore

Four matches will be played on M chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore during the forthcoming 2011 Cricket World Cup. The match details are given below:
  • 13 March, Time - 14.30, Match between Australia Vs Kenya

  • 16 March, Time - 14.30, Match between Australia Vs Canada

  • 2 March, Time - 14.30, Match between England Vs Ireland

  • 6 March, Time - 14.30, Match between India Vs Ireland

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