The new season of Indian Premier League is ready to hit the grounds this summer. IPL auction most expensive players have joined the league already. Squads and venues are confirmed. Eight teams of IPL 2020 will play their 62 matches in 10 stadiums in all over India. The first match of IPL 2020 will be played between defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on 29 March 2020 in Wankhede Stadium Mumbai, Maharashtra. You should watch this series live in stadium to enjoy it to the fullest. We will continue to update the ticket information as announced by the IPL management in this article. Let’s take a look at all the venues where all the IPL matches of 2020 going to be played.
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IPL 2020 Venues
Here is the list of IPL match locations for 2020
- M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
- Feroz Shah Kotla Ground
- Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium
- Holkar Cricket Stadium
- Sawai Mansingh Stadium
- Eden Gardens Stadium
- IS Bindra Stadium
- Wankhede Stadium
- Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium
- M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
The M. Chinnaswamy Stadium was established in 1969 and this is the home ground of Royal Challengers Bangalore. It is built in the heart of the city of Bangalore with a seating capacity of 35,000. The stadium is owned by the Government of Karnataka. This is the first stadium of the world that uses solar panels to fulfill its needs of electricity. As of 13 January 2020, it has hosted 22 Tests, 24 ODIs and 7 T20Is.
- Ends: Pavilion End, Beml End
- Address: Mahatama Gandhi Road, Bengaluru 560001
- Phone: 080 4015 4015
Feroz Shah Kotla Ground
Feroz Shah Kotla ground also known as Arun Jaitley Stadium is the second oldest cricket stadium in India after Eden Gardens Kolkata. This is the home ground of Delhi Capitals and was built in 1883. Feroz Shah Kotla has undergone some heavy reconstruction and is equipped with the latest amenities for successfully organizing international cricket matches. With a seating capacity of 41,820, this stadium is famous for Anil Kumble’s feat of taking 10 wickets in a Test innings which he claimed against Pakistan.
- Ends: Stadium End, Pavilion End
- Address: Vikram Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110002, India
- Phone: +91 82852 17886
Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium
Rajiv International Stadium plays host to the Sunrisers Hyderabad. It was opened in 2004 with a seating capacity of 39,408. The first match here was played between India and South Africa in 2005. This stadium hosted the opener and final of the 2017 Indian Premier League. Also, the 2019 Indian Premier League final was played here.
- Ends: Pavilion End, VVS Laxman End
- Address: Uppal Stadium Road, Uppal, Gaddi annaram, Hyderabad, Telangana 500007, India
- Phone: +91 70366 09099
Holkar Cricket Stadium
Located in Indore, Holkar Cricket Stadium is the home ground of Kings XI Punjab. Equipped with floodlights for night matches, it has a seating capacity of 30,000 people. Holkar stadium was selected to be one of the six new Test venues in India. It is also the venue, where Virender Sehwag scored 219 in 2011 against West Indies. It hosts most of Madhya Pradesh’s Ranji Trophy matches and Duleep Trophy encounters. Now it is again selected as one of the IPL 2020 Venues
- Ends: C.K Nayudu End, Mushtaq Ali End
- Address: Race Course Rd, Near Janjerwala Square, IDA Building, New Palasia, Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452001, India
- Phone: +91 731 254 3601
Sawai Mansingh Stadium
In India’s ‘Pink City’ Jaipur, the Sawai Mansingh Stadium is an exclusive cricket stadium, in existence since the times of the Maharaja Sawai Mansingh II. It is the Home ground of the Rajasthan Royals. It has a seating capacity of 23,185 spectators. Sawai Mansingh Stadium has a history of hosting a solitary Test match between India and Pakistan in 1987, Pakistan president of that time General Zia-ul-Haq also came to watch the 2nd day of play as part of his “Cricket for Peace” initiative.
- Ends: Van Vihar Colony end, Garh Ganesh Temple End
- Address: Jaipur Nagar Nigam, Lalkothi, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302005, India
- Phone: +91 141 274 4283
Eden Gardens Stadium
Eden Gardens Kolkata is the largest and oldest cricket stadium in India and also the home ground of Kolkata Knight Riders which is owned by Bollywood King Shah Rukh Khan. It was established in 1864 and it has a seating capacity of 68,000. Eden Gardens hosted many prominent matches including the World Cup, World Twenty20, and Asia Cup. It is also notorious for its crowd’s fury, not to forget the previous instance, when India slumped to 120/8, chasing 252 against Sri Lanka in the semi-final of the 1996 World Cup.
- Ends: High Court End, Pavilion End
- Address: BBD Bagh, Calcutta, West Bengal 700021, India
- Phone: 080 4015 4015
IS Bindra Stadium
Punjab Cricket Association Bindra Stadium is located in Mohali, Mohali, Chandigarh CR and also a home ground for Kings XI Punjab. It was opened in 1993 and has a seating capacity of 26,000 people. It is a world-class stadium, known for high-quality practice wickets and good spectator facilities. Floodlights here a very low in height due to avoid any aircraft crash as Chandigarh Airport is nearby. As of December 2019, it has hosted 13 Tests, 25 ODIs and 5 T20Is.
- Ends: Pavilion End, City End
- Address: I.S. Bindra Stadium, Sector 63, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Chandigarh 160062, India
- Phone: +91 172 223 2300
Relatively younger than old-world grounds like Chepauk, Eden Gardens, and Feroz Shah Kotla, the Wankhede stadium has its own fair share of unforgettable memories attached to it. It has been home to some of the greatest cricketers to have played for India. It is located Mumbai and it has a capacity of 33,000 now. Before the upgrade, it had a capacity of 45,000 people. Wankhede Stadium is the home ground of Mumbai Indians (MI). The Wankhede Stadium is famous to host many prominent cricket matches of the world cup, especially the 2011 Cricket World Cup Final. Ravi Shastri also hit six sixes in one year in this stadium. As of 14 January 2020, it has hosted 25 Tests, 21 ODIs and 7 T20Is.
- Ends: Garware Pavilion End, Tata End
- Address: ‘D’ Road, Churchgate, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400020, India
- Phone: +91 22 2279 5500
Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium
The Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium is located in Pune, India. The MCA Stadium was established in 2012 and the first match was played between Kings XI Punjab and Pune Warriors in April 2012. With the seating capacity of 42,000, The MCA Stadium selected as one of the six new Test venues along with Holkar Stadium, JSCA International Stadium Complex, Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, and Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in India.
- Ends: Pavilion End, Hill End
- Address: Pune, Maharashtra 412101, India
- Phone: +91 84080 80872
M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
Formerly known as Madras Cricket Club Ground or Chepauk Stadium, now it is named after the former President of BCCI and Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, MA Chidambaram. This is the home ground of Chennai Super Kings (CSK). This stadium has a capacity of 33,500 people. It was established in the year 1916 making it the oldest Cricket Stadium in India which is in continuous use. The great thing about the ground is the crowd support. It is common knowledge that the Chepauk crowd is the most unbiased and the most knowledgeable crowd in the country. Pakistani Left-handed opener Saeed Anwar scored 194 on this ground and got a standing ovation by the crowd.
- Ends: Anna Pavilion End, V Pattabhiraman Gate End
- Address: No. 1, Bells Road, Chepauk, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600005
- Phone: +91 7738393378
All of these IPL 2020 venues are selected by the Indian Board of Cricket. Meanwhile, they successfully maintained the quality of the game for each year. We have great hope for the success of the 2020 event.