Connect Gujarat

World’s Largest Cricket Stadium at Motera gears up to welcome cricket fans

Booking for Test Matches against England starts from February 14 Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) geared up to welcome cricket fans for one of the most riveting series between India and England when it opens the gates of The World’s Largest Cricket Stadium at Motera in Ahmedabad after a break of six years. The booking for […]

World’s Largest Cricket Stadium at Motera gears up to welcome cricket fans
X

Booking for Test Matches against England starts from February 14

Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) geared up to welcome cricket fans for one of the most riveting series between India and England when it opens the gates of The World’s Largest Cricket Stadium at Motera in Ahmedabad after a break of six years. The booking for the 3rd test match against England opens from 11.00 AM on February 14, 2021.

The authorities have decided to allow 50% spectators of the stadium’s capacity during the test matches at GCA’s cricket stadium at Motera. It is to be noted that England will play two test matches including a day-night test match starting from February 24 and Five T-20 Internationals.

Dhanraj Nathwani, vice president of Gujarat Cricket Association, said “We are honoured to be hosting this series after a hiatus and are excitedly looking forward to entertain gathering of cricket fans at the world’s largest cricket stadium at Motera considering social distancing and safety norms. We hope normalcy returns soon and we get to see the stadium packed with fans cheering from all the stands for their teams. We at GCA thank Jay Shah, secretary of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for allocating two test matches and five T20 International matches at this newly built cricket stadium.”

Fans can book tickets on GCA website https://gujaratcricketassociation.com and BookMyShow’s web and mobile platforms. The pink ball test, third game in the series, will start on February 24th, for which the tickets have been priced between Rs 300 and Rs 1,000.

Next Story
Share it