The largest cricket stadium in the world is the Narendra Modi Stadium, located in Ahmedabad, India.
Formerly known as the Sardar Patel Stadium, it was refurbished and expanded in 2020. The stadium boasts a seating capacity of 132,000 spectators, making it the biggest cricketing venue ever.
It is situated in the Motera area of Ahmedabad within the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Sports Complex. The stadium is the largest in capacity and offers state-of-the-art facilities. It is the only cricket stadium in the world with four player dressing rooms and 11 centre pitches.
A unique feature of the stadium is the surrounding LED lights on the roof, which replace the standard floodlights used on cricket grounds.
The Narendra Modi Stadium was first constructed in 1983, then demolished and completely reconstructed in 2020. The stadium's design ensures an unobstructed view for all spectators, with no columns blocking the sightlines.
The lower levels of the stadium are used for smaller events, and there's a skywalk connection to the nearest metro station to tackle road congestion. The stadium has hosted numerous significant cricket matches and continues to be a central hub for cricket in India.