History of Chennai Chepauk Stadium - Cricket World Cup 2011 Venue
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M.A. Chidambaram Stadium was formerly known as Madras Cricket Club Ground. The Chepauk Stadium Chennai or M.A. Chidambaram Stadium is located at Chepauk in Chennai which was built in the year 1916. It is the oldest cricket stadium but most prestigious one as it is the home ground to the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association in Chennai and now the Chepauk Stadium is getting ready and busy in the preparations as World Cup 2011 is going to held at Chepauk Stadium.
Chennai Chepauk Stadium Location
M.A Chidambaram Stadium or Chennai Chepauk Stadium is located just 0.2 kms from Chepauk Railway Station and just 0.5 kms from University of Madras, 0.7 kms from Buckingham Canal and well known place Anna Square. From Kamarajar Salai it 0.5 kms only.
Chepauk Stadium Chennai History
Chidambaram Stadium named after the former President of BCCI and Tamil Nadu Cricket Assoication - M.A. Chidambaram. But it is popularly known as Cheapuk Stadium which was built in 1916. This is one of the largest and oldest stadiums of India. Chennai Chepauk Stadium was built by East Coast Constructions and Industries. It has a capacity to accommodate 50,000 people at a time. The first test match played at Cheapauk Stadium Chennai was on 10th February 1934 between Indian and England. Chepauk Stadium Chennai is the home ground to the IPL Team Chennai Superkings and for the Tamil Nadu Cricket Team. ICC World Cup Cricket was also held at Chepauk Stadium Chennai in the year 1987 and 1996. The first Ranji Trophy match was also played here at Chennai Chepauk Stadium. The pitch was great for both batsmen and equally good for bowlers too. At Chepauk Stadium Sachin Tendulkar has scored more runs than any other venues in India. The stadium is equipped with floodlights to have a greater view. Tamil Nadu Cricket Association contracted Hopkins Architects of England to renovate the stadium to get prepare itself for 2011 ICC World Cup and it is renovated now with area covering 40,000 sq.m. They have laid translucent fabric roof for shades and for better sea breeze they have provided horizontal gap between lower terrace and the upper stands.
2011 Cricket ICC World Cup Chennai Chepauk Stadium
Chennai Chepauk Stadium is going to hosts four One Day International Cricket Matches of ICC World Cup 2011 at Chennai. The details are as follows.
Chennai Chepauk Stadium for World Cup 2011 - Frequently Asked Questions
Here we have given some answers to the question that you may have about ICC World Cup 2011which is going to held at Chennai Chepauk Stadium.
What is the Ticket Price for watching out ICC World Cup 2011 at Chennai Chepauk Stadium?
The rates for the world cup 2011 tickets differs for different matches and it totally depends on the match concerned but it is said that BCCI have kept the tickets cheap for cricket lovers.
Whether Camera is allowed at Chennai Chepauk Stadium?
Yet it is allowed. You can take photos of your favourite players and matches from your seat without disturbing the people around.
Are Food and Water Bottles are allowed at Chepauk Stadium at Chennai for World Cup 2011?
No. You have to buy packaged food and water from the vendors of the ground only.
Can you list the hotels near by to Chennai Chepauk Stadium?
Yes. Here you can find a list of Hotels nearby Chennai Chepauk Stadium