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Gitanjali Stadium Kasba Kolkata | Location & Facilities | Sporting Ground Gitanjali Complex

People near by Garia, Ruby, Kasba & E.M. Bypass has now the facility to practice and to learn outdoor & indoor games in their own area. Yes, the project of Kasba Stadium of Kolkata, which was started in March 2009, has finally completed in 2011. 57.5 meter long Kasba Stadium Kolkata (Gitanjali Sporting Complex) has been developed by KMDA & Public Private Partnership (PPP) and nearly 25-Crore spent to create the world-class multi sporting play ground at Kasba, which is known as Gitanjali Sporting Complex (Stadium) Kolkata.

Gitanjali Sports Stadium Kolkata Features & Facilities:
1. Total seating capacity (audience capacity) of Gitanjali Sports Complex Kolkata Stadium is around 4000.
2. Separate space for Indoor Games, Gymnasium, Player’s changing rooms and other essential facilities available at Gitanjali Stadium Kolkata.
3. Player’s Canteen, Audience Canteen & Car parking area is there for both players and audiences at Kolkata’s new Sporting complex Gitanjali.
4. Latest equipped Fire protection & accidental case protection system is there at Gitanjali Sporting Complex (Stadium) Kolkata.
5. Underground water removing system developed at Kolkata’s newest Sporting Stadium Gitanjali Kolkata.
6. Gitanjali Sporting Complex, Kolkata will be used for sports like Cricket, Football (Soccer) & other outdoor games.

Gitanjali Stadium Kasba Kolkata Address Location Landmark: Near E.M. Bypass, Rajdanga, Kasba, Kolkata-107.

Chief Minister of West Bengal, Ms. Mamata Banerjee has inaugurated the newest Sporting Complex of Kolkata located at Kasba named ‘Gitanjali Stadium’ (also known as Kasba Stadium) on 9th August 2011 at 6pm in the presence of Shri Madan Mitra (Sports Minister of Bengal), Shri Shovan Chattopadhyay (Kolkata Mayor), Shri Firhad Hakim, Javed Ahmed Khan, Sushanta Kr Ghosh and others.
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Kolkata Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium | History, Significance, Ground Details | Memorable Performances

Kolkata Cricket Ground Eden Gardens Stadium History Significance First Cricket Test ODI Domestic Match Details Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium Kolkata CAB cricket Association Bengal Club House Eden Gardens B.C. Roy Pavilion Gallery Memorable Event performances specialty Eden Gardens Kolkata Cricket Stadium largest biggest India World Capacity Crowd Kolkata Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium Information Location.
Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium Kolkata
One and Only Cricket Ground of Kolkata (Calcutta) is Eden Gardens who is the Home Ground of Bengal Cricket Team of Domestic Cricket) and Kolkata Knight Riders (Indian Premier League T20 Cricket). Eden Gardens Kolkata Cricket Stadium is the biggest Cricket Stadium in India in respect of Crowd Capacity. Kolkata Eden Gardens Ground is the second largest Cricket Stadium in World after Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia. In case of India, Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium Kolkata is the second largest Stadium after Salt Lake Stadium of Kolkata.

Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium Kolkata has the world-class Players' dressing room, Electronics Score Board and floodlights. The Club House of Eden Gardens Kolkata has been named on former Chief Minister of Bengal Dr. B.C. Roy. Kolkata Eden Gardens Cricket Ground is also the headquarters of Bengal Cricket Association (C.A.B.).

Eden Gardens Kolkata Cricket Ground Information Details

Date of Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium Kolkata Establishment: In the year 1864-65

Total Capacity of Kolkata Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium: 90,000 to 1 lakhs.

Eden Gardens Kolkata Stadium Owner: Indian Army

Management Board Name of Kolkata Cricket Ground Eden Gardens: CAB Cricket Association of Bengal

Kolkata Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium End names: High Court End and Pavilion End

First International Test Cricket Match Played at Kolkata Eden Gardens: 5th January - 8th January 1934 between India and England.

First International ODI Cricket Match Played at Kolkata Eden Gardens: 18th February 1987 between India and Sri Lanka

Home Cricket Team of Eden Gardens Kolkata: Bengal Cricket Team (Bangla Domestic Team), Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR Team of Shahrukh Khan of IPL T20 Tournament).

Eden Gardens Kolkata Cricket Stadium proud of Sourav Ganguly (ex-Indian Captain) and has produced many International Cricketers like Laxmiratan Shukla, W.Saha, Ranadeb Basu, Manoj Tiwary, Deep Dasgupta and many others.

Best Events Moments - Eden Gardens Kolkata - Historical Performances

Kolkata Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium hosted 1987 World Cup Final in which Australia won against England by 7 runs.

• The Kolkata Crowd set fire in the stand when Indian Batting Lineup collapsed in the Semi-Final against Sri Lanka in the 1996 World Cup and at last the match was called off and Sri Lanka won.

• In 1991 against Sri Lanka, Kapil Dev took an ODI hat-trick and became the first Indian Cricketer (Bowler) to take an ODI hat-trick, which was happened at Eden Gardens Kolkata.

• Indian Spinner Harbhajan Singh took hat-trick against Australia in the year 2000-01 at Eden Gardens Kolkata ground and became the second Indian Cricketer to take a hat-trick in Test cricket.
Eden Gardens highest Individual International Test Score 281 of V.V.S. Laxman against Australia in 2000-01 where India won after being forced to follow on.
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Eden Gardens Kolkata Routes & Location - Metro & Circular Rail, Buses Route to Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium

Kolkata Cricket Ground Eden gardens Stadium Route Map Paths Railway Trains Metro Circular Chakra Rail Routes Paths Distance Eden Gardens Kolkata Buses routes Fare Taxis easy cheap route Eden gardens kolkata

Kolkata Eden Gardens Cricket Ground Location & Routes

Eden Gardens Stadium Kolkata Location:
The largest Indian Cricket Stadium Eden Gardens Kolkata is situated at B.B.D. Bag (Binoy Badal Dinesh Bag) area of Kolkata. The nearest locations of Kolkata Eden Gardens are Kolkata high Court and State Secretariat Kolkata.

Routes, Paths to Eden Gardens Stadium Kolkata:
Railway Train Routes to Kolkata Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium – Those who want to come Eden Gardens Kolkata Stadium from near by places of Kolkata like Barrackpore, Naihati, Barasat, Bongaon, Gobardanga, Basirhat, Diamond Harbour, Canning, Chandannagar, Burdwan etc they can come down to Sealdha Railway Station (from North / South 24-Pgs districts) and at Howrah Railway Station (Howrah, Hooghly, Burdwan districts) and from Sealdah or Howrah Station can take Buses or Taxis towards Eden Gardens Kolkata.

Metro Railway Routes to Eden Gardens Kolkata Ground – Those want to visit Eden Gardens can take Metro Railway Services from your nearest Metro Station and come to Esplanade Metro Station. From Esplanade Metro Station, you can take 10-15 minutes walk towards Eden Gardens Stadium Kolkata. During the International Cricket Matches, Kolkata Metro Railway extends Metro Rail Service to help people to reach their houses.

Chakra Rail Route to Eden Gardens Cricket Ground Kolkata - Another way to reach Kolkata Eden Gardens is by Chakra Rail Service (Circular Railway Route). The nearest Chakra Rail Station of Eden Gardens is Eden Gardens.

Cab, Taxi, Buses Routes to Eden Gardens Kolkata - Kolkata Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium distance from Kolkata Airport or the distance of Eden Gardens from luxury Hotels in Kolkata can be covered by Taxi, CAB or Buses. Buses to Eden Gardens Kolkata are available in large number from every location from Kolkata and near by places. Those buses going towards Esplanade, Dharmtala, Red Road, High Court, Akasbani etc are those buses which follow the routes via Eden gardens Kolkata Stadium.
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