Eden Gardens Stadium, Kolkata, India
Eden Gardens Stadium, Kolkata profile

Eden Gardens Stadium, Kolkata

Eden Gardens Stadium located in Kolkata, West Bengal is one of the biggest sporting centers of India. Eden Garden holds a special place of interest in the history of Indian cricket. At one stage stadium holds more than one lakh people capacity, has now been reduced to a little more than 66,000 after the stadium underwent renovation before the 2011 World Cup.

Eden Gardens Stadium hosted its first Test in 1934, with India hosting England. While the Test match came early, it had to wait until 1987 to host its first ODI, against Pakistan.

Stadium Details
Owner : The Cricket Association of Bengal
End Names : High Court End, Pavilion End
Home Team : Kolkata Knight Riders
Establishment : 1864
Seating Capacity : 66,000
Media Box Capacity : 150
Media Conf Hall Capacity : 125
Playing Area : 70-80 sq. yards
Floodlights : 4
Stadium Stands with Capacity
Stand : Club House
Blocks : Block - B, C, D, D1, E, F, F1, G, G1, H, H1, J, K and Balck L.
How to Arrive Eden Gardens Stadium
Airport : 20 Kms
Railway : 3 Kms
Local Transport : Metro Railway, Circular Railway, Buses and Taxis
Landmark : Akashwani Bhavan, Governors residence
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