Champions League T20 2014 Venues

CLT20 2014 Grounds

M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

Established 1969
Capacity 40,000

Mon Sep 22 (20 ovs) Dolphins v Super Kings
Thu Sep 25 (20 ovs) Super Kings v Lahore Lions
Sat Sep 27 (20 ovs) Dolphins v Lahore Lions
Sat Sep 27 (20 ovs) Scorchers v Super Kings
Tue Sep 30 (20 ovs) Lahore Lions v Scorchers
Tue Sep 30 (20 ovs) Tridents v Northern D
Sat Oct 4 (20 ovs) TBC v TBC

Punjab C.A. Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh

Established 1993

Thu Sep 18 (20 ovs) Kings XI v Hurricanes
Sat Sep 20 (20 ovs) Dolphins v Scorchers
Sat Sep 20 (20 ovs) Tridents v Kings XI
Fri Sep 26 (20 ovs) Tridents v Cape Cobras
Fri Sep 26 (20 ovs) Kings XI v Northern D
Sun Sep 28 (20 ovs) Tridents v Hurricanes
Sun Sep 28 (20 ovs) Kings XI v Cape Cobras

Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad

Established 2004

Wed Sep 17 (20 ovs) KKR v Super Kings
Sun Sep 21 (20 ovs) Cape Cobras v Hurricanes
Sun Sep 21 (20 ovs) KKR v Lahore Lions
Wed Sep 24 (20 ovs) KKR v Scorchers
Mon Sep 29 (20 ovs) KKR v Dolphins
Thu Oct 2 (20 ovs) TBC v TBC
Thu Oct 2 (20 ovs) TBC v TBC

Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur

Capacity 50,000 approx

Sat Sep 13 (20 ovs) Northern D v Express
Sat Sep 13 (20 ovs) Mum Indians v Lahore Lions
Sun Sep 14 (20 ovs) Northern D v Lahore Lions
Sun Sep 14 (20 ovs) Mum Indians v Express
Tue Sep 16 (20 ovs) Express v Lahore Lions
Tue Sep 16 (20 ovs) Mum Indians v Northern D
Fri Sep 19 (20 ovs) Cape Cobras v TBC
Tue Sep 23 (20 ovs) Hurricanes v TBC

CLT20 2013 Venues


Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi

Also or formerly known as  Willingdon Pavilion
Established  1883
End names  Stadium End, Pavilion End
Home team  Delhi

Punjab C.A. Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh

Established  1993
Floodlights  Yes
End names  Pavilion End, City End
Home team  Punjab
Curator  Daljit Singh

Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur

Floodlights  Yes
Home team  Rajasthan


JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi

Also or formerly known as  Jharkhand State Cricket Association Stadium
Floodlights  Yes


Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad

Also or formerly known as  Gujarat Stadium
Established  1982
Capacity  54,000
Floodlights  Yes
End names  Adani Pavilion End, GMDC End
Home teams  Gujarat, Rajasthan Royals
Curator  Bagira Thakur

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