Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi
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Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi

The Feroz Shah Kotla, is the second oldest international cricket stadium in India. The stadium was a fortress built by Sultan Feroz Shah Tughlaq to house his version of Delhi city called Ferozabad. The stadium gets its name from its location. It is in the vicinity of the Feroz Shah Kotla, a fortress built by Sultan Feroz Shah Tughlaq in 1883. The first international game here was a Test match between India and the West Indies in 1948.

Feroz Shah Kotla is Home to the Delhi Ranji team and the Delhi Daredevils IPL team. The Feroz Shah Kotla has been a very happy hunting ground for the Indian cricket team.

Stadium Details
Owner : Delhi District Cricket Association
End Names : Stadium End, Pavilion End
Home Team : Delhi Daredevils
Establishment : 1883
Seating Capacity : 41820
Media Box Capacity : 125
Media Conf Hall Capacity : 80
Playing Area : 65 sq. yards
Floodlights : 4
Stadium Stands with Capacity
East Stand(Wing A)  
First tier : 8528
Second tier : 4319
Third tier : 4425
West Stand(Wing B)  
First tier : 6744
Second tier : 1291
Third tier : 3203
New Pavilion(Bay area)  
Hill A : 2200
Hill B : 2500
North Stand(Wing C)  
First tier : 3030
Second tier : 1029
Third tier : 1075
Fourth tier : 1096
Old Pavilion  
First tier : 1668
BCCI box : 80
Media box : 66
Corporate Box : 335
How to Arrive Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium
Airport : 18 Kms
Railway : 5 Kms
Local Transport : Buses, Taxis and coaches
Landmark : Feroz Shah Kotla
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