10 Largest Cricket Stadiums in the World
The grounds stand as a silent witness to the ethereal deeds of the sporting heroes who carve their names in the history books.
Updated - Feb 24, 2021 2:30 pm
9. Docklands Stadium
With a capacity of 48003 seats, the Docklands cricket stadium occupies ninth place. The stadium in Melbourne has hosted 12 ODI matches so far and hosted its first international match in the year 2000 when Australia played South Africa in an ODI game.
With 451 runs, Adam Gilchrist holds the record for scoring the most runs at this venue. The Australian cricket team has recorded the highest ODI total at this venue. In the year 2005, the kangaroos scored 328/4 against the ICC World XI and thrashed their opposition by 55 runs.
The last ODI match took place in the year 2006, between Australia and South Africa. The Docklands Stadium has not hosted any Test match or T20 international.