Subrata Roy Sahara / MCA Stadium, Pune
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Maharastra Cricket Association, Pune

International Cricket Council (ICC) President Sharad Pawar inaugurated MCA stadium on Sunday the 1st April 2012. Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) announced its ultra modern Stadium at Gahunje Village, Pune-Mumbai Express Way, Pune is being named ‘Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium’. Originally the stadium was proposed to be christened as Sahara India Group, but owing to technical reasons whereby rules did not permit naming after any Corporate brand or Company name, MCA thought of naming the state-of-the-art stadium after the name of the visionary Chairman and Managing Worker of Sahara India Pariwar, as Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium.

The first ever international fixture at the ground was a T20 International played between India and England in December 2012. In 2012, it also hosted its first IPL match. IPL Pune Warriors team used this stadium as their base and home ground.

Stadium Details
Owner : Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA)
End Names : Pavilion End, Northern End
Home Team : Pune Warriors India
Establishment : 2011
Seating Capacity : 42,000
Hospitality Box Capacity : 80
Media Conf Hall Capacity :
Playing Area : 70 to 80 sq. yards
Floodlights : 4
Stadium Stands with Capacity
Members Pavilion & Media Stands : 4
Media Boxes : 80
Parking for Cars : 4000
Parking for Two Whealers : 10,000
How to Arrive MCA Stadium
Airport : 13 Kms
Railway : Pune Station, Shivaji Nagar
Local Transport : MSRTC Buses, Taxis (23.7 Kms from Pune City)
Landmark : Surbata Roya Sahara Stadium, Mumbai-Pune Expressway
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