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To explore the records and statistics of M. Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, Bengaluru (Bangalore), India

M. Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru, India

M. Chinnaswamy StadiumMahatma Gandhi Road, Near Gandhi Park, Near Anil Kumble Circle, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
Phone No. +91-80-4015-4015

Also or formerly known as Karnataka State Cricket Association Stadium
Established 1969
Capacity 40,000
Flood Light Yes
End Name Pavilion End, BEML End

Records and statistics
First TestIndia v West Indies, 22-27, Nov 1974
Last TestIndia v Australia, 04-07, Mar 2017
First ODIIndia v Sri Lanka, 26-Sep-1982
Last ODIIndia v Australia, 02-Nov-2013
First T20IIndia v Pakistan, 25-Dec-2012
Last T20IIndia v England, 01-Feb-2017
Ground Fixtures
Date & time Detail
Sat, Apr 08
14:30 GMT, 20:00 local
5th match - Bangalore Royal Challengers v Delhi Daredevils
Fri, Apr 14
10:30 GMT, 16:00 local
12th match - Bangalore Royal Challengers v Mumbai Indians
Sun, Apr 16
14:30 GMT, 20:00 local
17th match - Bangalore Royal Challengers v Rising Pune Supergiants
Tue, Apr 25
14:30 GMT, 20:00 local
29th match - Bangalore Royal Challengers v Sunrisers Hyderabad
Thu, Apr 27
14:30 GMT, 20:00 local
31st match - Bangalore Royal Challengers v Gujarat Lions
Fri, May 05
14:30 GMT, 20:00 local
43rd match - Bangalore Royal Challengers v Kings XI Punjab
Sun, May 07
10:30 GMT, 16:00 local
46th match - Bangalore Royal Challengers v Kolkata Knight Riders

Narayan Raju

M. Chinnaswamy Stadium was constructed on ground possessed by the Indian army and was named after M Chinnaswamy, president of the Indian cricket board between 1977 and 1980. Initially, the stadium was identified as Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) Stadium. Even so, it was then renamed after M Chinnaswamy, who ran Karanataka cricket for about four decades.

The venue was decided Test status in 1974-75 when it hosted the starting match between India and the West Indies.

That famous Test match is much remembered for the introduction of two cricket legends - Gordon Greenidge and Viv Richards. The stadium is historically related to Indian cricket as Sunil Gavaskar played his last Test innings against Pakistan here.

Floodlights were mounted at the ground for the first time in 1996 when it hosted the epic quarter-final conflict between India and Pakistan in the World Cup.

M. Chinnaswamy Stadium is also the home ground of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), a series of the recently started IPL.

How does the pitch cooperate?
Short boundaries and height above sea level makes the Chinnaswamy track rapture for batters in the limited-overs formats. Many big scores have been posted and tracked down with huge relief. While it is a batting paradise in the shorter format of the game, the path tends to help the pacers in Test cricket. One of the few Indian grounds to boast of a pitch with plenty of spice, many bakers have loved showing their wares in the five-day variant of the game.


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