To explore the records and statistics of Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India

Eden Gardens

Eden GardensKolkata, India

The Cricket Association of Bengal
DR BC Roy Club House, Eden Gardens
Kolkata - 700021

Established 1864
Capacity 100,000
FloodLight Yes
End Name High Court End, Pavilion End

Records and statistics
First Test India v England, 05-08, Jan 1934
Last Test India v West Indies, 06-08, Nov 2013 Scoreboard
First ODI India v Pakistan, 18-Feb-1987
Last ODI India v Sri Lanka, 13-Nov-2014 Scoreboard
First T20I India v England, 29-Oct-2011 Scoreboard
Last T20I England v West Indies, 03-Apr-2016 Scoreboard
Next Match New Zealand tour of India 2016-17
2nd Test - India v New Zealand

Curator Probir Mukherjee

Eden Gardens is the earliest cricket ground in India and also one of the best in the world. It was established in the year 1864 and has the biggest housing as compared to all the grounds in the world.

Eden Gardens holds the difference of being the biggest cricketing facility in the world. It is a dream-come-true for all the cricketers in the world, when they play in this spectacular and enormous lavish green ground. Offering of the biggest sitting agreement in the world, the average number of guests in the suits has never been less than 50,000.

The ground is always filled with individuals, who encourage the players and keep their desires in existence. However, on the other hand, audience assault has secured some of the key suits performed on this ground.

Eden Gardens, today, are basking in the wonder and has achieved the best of success. Whether it was the impressive India-Australia Test match at 2001, or the hat-trick clinched by India rewriter, Harbhajan Singh, against Australia or South Africa's return into International cricket, or even suits against the arch-rivals Pakistan, Eden Gardens has always been known to produce some of the most interesting and dazzling cricket activities. The ground is also the home ground of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), a series of the recently started Indian Premier League (IPL).