Stadiums in New Delhi

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An appropriate mix of work and play New Delhi is home to some of the finest stadiums in India. New Delhi is not only restricted to high class institutions and schools; the city provides its citizens with umpteen opportunities for recreation. A lot of stress is given to sports and other activities in the city. The government has played a key role in constructing many stadiums in New Delhi. Dotted with specialized and multipurpose stadiums in all corners of the city New Delhi provides a platform for all the youngsters of the country to display their sporting skills and potentials to the fullest.

An ideal place for sports lovers the stadiums in New Delhi are equipped with state-of-the-art sports infrastructure and other facilities. The Stadiums in New Delhi host various sporting events throughout the year. Sports like cricket, tennis, football and hockey are amongst the most popular sports played in the city.

Below is a list of some of the important Stadiums in New Delhi
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Built in 1982 by the Government of India the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is situated in the C.G.O. Complex in Lodhi Road. Serving as an all purpose sports events stadium this ground was founded in 1982. Sprawling across 100 acres of land this stadium offers a spectator capacity of 60,000. Fully revamped this stadium has been chosen as one of the venues for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium - Contact Details
Address: Bhisma Pitamah Road, Lodhi Road, Delhi- 110003
Tel: +(91)-(11)-24369400, 24369409

Indira Gandhi Sports Complex
Constructed in the year 1982 to host the indoor sports events of the Asian Games, the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex is situated in Indraprastha Estate in Delhi. Spreading over an area of 100 acres of lush green land this stadium is appointed as one of the major venues for hosting numerous sports of the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Centrally air-conditioned and offering a seating capacity of 25,000 this stadium is ideally located in the city.

Indira Gandhi Stadium - Contact Details
Address: Sports Athourity of India, ITO, Delhi- 110002
Tel: +(91)-(11)-23392536, 23392528
Closest Metro Station: Indraprastha Metro Station

Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium
Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium was founded in 1883. It is one of the best cricket stadiums in India. Known to host some of the biggest cricket matches in the country this stadium offers a seating capacity of 48,000.

Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium- Contact Details
Address: Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, ITO, Delhi- 110002
Tel: +(91)-(11)-23314535, 23319323
Closest Metro Station: Pragati Maidan

Talkatora Indoor Stadium
The Talkatora Indoor Stadium is situated in Willingdon Crescent Road in New Delhi. Enjoying central location this stadium offers all the facilities of a modern sports complex. An indoor sports stadium that is popular for hosting games like table tennis and basketball this stadium is a popular practicing ground for most youngsters in the city. Serving as one of the venues for the 2010 Commonwealth Games this stadium offers a seating capacity of 3035

Talkatora Indoor Stadium - Contact Details
Address : Talkatora Garden, Connaught Place, Delhi- 110001
Tel: +(91)-(11)-23094378, 23094832
Closest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk

Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium
Situated in close proximity to the India Gate the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium is named after the famous field hockey player, Dhyan Chand. Used for hosting several hockey matches, rallies, marathons and march past held in the city this sports complex is one of the major venues for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. The stadium has a spectator capacity of 25,000.

Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium- Contact Details
Address: Purana Quila, Pragati Maidan, Delhi - 110 001
Tel: +(91)-(11)-23389740
Closest Metro Station: Pragati Maidan
Last Updated on : 1 March 2013



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