Sports in Visakhapatnam



The presence of many a standard sports complex and stadium facilitates sports in Visakhapatnam to a great extent. Visakhapatnam has always been an important name in the sporting scenario of the state as well as the country. The city has given birth to many famous players including international cricketer Venugopala Rao.

Vizag has acted as the venue of many important national and international sporting championships like the Santosh Trophy, Ranji Tropy, One Day International cricket matches, Asian Chess Championships etc. Some of the stadiums in Vizag are:

  • Nehru Stadium of Visakhapatnam, Port Trust
  • Police Stadium
  • Indira Priyadarshini Municipal Stadium
  • Swarnabharathi Indoor Stadium of Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation

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    Last Updated on: 7/05/2013



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