Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium, Kochi
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Nehru International Stadium, Kochi

Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium locally known as Kaloor International Stadium is a multipurpose international stadium situated in Kochi, Kerala. The stadium has a capacity of 60,500 spectators making it one of the largest stadiums in India. The capacity can be stretched to 75,000. The stadium was built in 1996 by the Government of Kerala with Greater Cochin Development Authority (GCDA).

The most innovative aspect of the stadium is its unique lighting towers of 2 kW Floodlights which when switched on fully can provide lighting levels for HD telecast. The Structure of the tower is itself one of a kind in India. The stadium acts as the home ground for teams including Kerala cricket team, Kerala Blasters FC (Indian Super League).

Stadium Details
Owner : Greater Cochin Development Authority
End Names : Road End, Media End
Home Team : Kochi Tuskers Kerala and the Kerala cricket team
Media Box : 175
Seating Capacity : 67000
Establishment : 1996
Floodlights : Yes
Hospitality Boxes : 75
Stadium Stands with Capacity
Media Box Conference Hall Capacity : 125
Media Boxes : 175
How to Arrive Nehru International Stadium
Airport : 15.7 Kms - Kochi Naval Airport
Railway : 3 Kms ( Ernakulam North Railway Station)
Local Transport : Buses and Rented Weicles
Landmark : ST Antonys Church - Kaloor, IMA Hall
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