ODI World Cup 2023: Full List Of Venues, Stadiums And Matches

Updated: 08 July 2023

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ODI World Cup 2023: Full List Of Venues, Stadiums And Matches . The International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed the official schedule for the 2023 ODI World Cup on 27th June, with India’s biggest match against archrivals Pakistan set for October 15 in Ahmedabad.

This time, the matches will be held in ten different places across India. The tournament opening and final will be held at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium. The semi-finals will be held in the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai and the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Dharamsala, Hyderabad, Lucknow, and Pune are the other 7 locations. The warm up matches will be played in Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram, in addition to Hyderabad.

A total of ten teams will compete. The Cricket World Cup Super League qualified eight players. The other two berths will be determined once the current qualification event in Zimbabwe concludes on July 9.

Also Read: ODI World Cup 2023 Ind vs Pak, Date, Venue, Stats, Squad, And Where To Watch

Details Of All the Venues of World Cup 2023

Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmadabad

This Newly Built World’s Largest Cricket Stadium will host the opening and final match of the marque event. This stadium will also host the biggest match of this year ie. India vs Pakistan on 15th October 2023.

Capacity : 132,000 spectators

Matches: –

5 October – Eng vs NZ

15 October – Ind vs Pak

4 November – Eng vs Aus

10 November – SA vs Afg

19 November – Final

Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

This stadium witnessed a significant moment when India won the World Cup for the second time on April 2, 2011. After 12 years, the ICC has again nominated this venue to host certain World Cup matches. Wankhede will, however, only host a semi-final and league matches this time.

Capacity: 33,108


21 October – Eng vs SA

24 October – SA vs Ban

2 November – Ind vs Sri Lanka

7 November – Aus vs Afg

15 November – Semifinal 1

Eden Gardens, Kolkata

Eden Gardens is one of the country’s oldest stadiums, built by a Bengali businessman beside the Hooghly River’s coastline. This stadium has witnessed numerous important moments, including India’s loss to Sri Lanka in the 1996 World Cup semifinals. Hopefully this year the result will be different as Eden Garden is all set to host a Semi Final along with some group matches

Capacity: 66000


28 October – Netherlands vs Ban

31 October – Pak vs Ban

5 November – Ind vs SA

12 November – Eng vs Pak

16 November – Semifinal 2

Arun Jaitely Stadium, Delhi

This stadium was formerly named Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium, but in 2019, it was renamed Arun Jaitley Stadium in honour of our late minister. This stadium has held all three World Cups in the past and will now hold this one as well.

Capacity:  41,842


7 October – SA vs Sri Lanka

11 October – Ind vs Afg

14 October – Eng vs Afg

25 October – Aus vs Netherlands

6 November – Ban vs Sri Lanka

MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

This stadium was named after the former BCCI president and was erected along the banks of Marina Bay Beach. Chepauk had held two World Cups in India in 1987 and 1996, but was excluded from the 2011 World Cup owing to renovations.

Capicity: 50,000


8 October – Ind vs Aus

14 October – NZ vs Ban (Day Game)

18 October – NZ vs Afg

23 October – Pak vs Afg

27 October – Pak vs SA

HPCA, Dharamshala

Located in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra district. The stunning location is rare in India since it is 1,457 metres above sea level, with the snow-capped Himalayan Mountains in the background. This will be the stadium’s maiden ODI World Cup appearance.

Capacity: 23,000


7 October – Ban vs Afg  (Day Game)

10 October – Engl vs Ban

16 October – SA vs Netherlands

22 October – Ind vs NZ

29 October – Aus vs NZ (Day Game)

Also Read: World Cup 2023: ICC Released The Full Schedule Exactly 100 Days Before The Tournament

Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Hyderabad

The Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, popularly known as the Hyderabad Cricket Stadium, is a cricket stadium located in Hyderabad, Telangana, India located in Uppal’s eastern suburbs. RG Stadium was built in the 2000s, and this will be the first time it has hosted a World Cup Match.

Capacity:  55,000


6 October – Pak vs Ned

9 October – NZ vs Ireland

12 October – Pak vs Sri Lanka

Ekana Stadium, Lucknow

The Ekana Stadium is the newly built stadiums and one of the first-time hosts of a World Cup match. Ekana venue, the second venue in Uttar Pradesh after Green Park Stadium in Kanpur, has recently been a focal point of Indian cricket.

Capacity: 50,000


13 October – Aus vs SA

17 October – Aus vs Sri Lanka

21 October – Ireland vs Sri Lanka (Day Game)

29 October – Ind vs Eng

3 November – Ned vs Afg

MCAS, Pune

The Maharashtra Cricket Association stadium is a cricket venue in the Indian city of Pune. Michael Hopkins designed this arena. It’s shaped like a deep bowl. Sharad Pawar, then-BCCI and ICC president, dedicated it in 2012. The venue will host five ICC World Cup games in 2023, including India vs. Bangladesh.

 Capacity: 37,000


19 October – Ind vs Ban

30 October – Afg vs Sri Lanka

1 November – NZ vs SA

8 November – Eng vs Ned

12 November – Aus vs Ban (Day Game)

M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

This pitch, famed for its small boundaries and massive sixes, gained prominence in IPL, particularly for monstrous totals. Chinnaswamy Stadium has hosted every World Cup staged in India, including the memorable draw between India and England in the 2011 World Cup.

Capacity: 40,000


20 October – Aus vs Pak

26 October – Eng vs Sri Lanka

4 November – NZ vs Pak (Day Game)

9 November – NZ vs Sri Lanka

11 November – Ind vs Ned