DY Patil Stadium

DY Patil Stadium

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DY Patil Stadium (Marathi:डी.वाय.पाटील स्टेडीयम) is a cricket stadium at DY Patil Vidyanagar campus, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, India. The stadium has all the facilities of an international cricket stadium, and has been designed by Hafeez Contractor, one of India's premier architects. The stadium was officially inaugurated on the 4th of March 2008, and is one of the home ground's for IPL team Pune Warriors India and a former venue for Mumbai side Mumbai Indians prior to IPL IV. It hosted 3 IPL matches for the Mumbai Indians and has also hosted the 2008 IPL Final. The Stadium is hosting seven matches for Pune Warriors India in the 2011 season of the Indian Premier Leauge.The stadium also has other facilities including 9 tennis hard courts, 4 indoor badminton courts and an Olympic sized swimming pool. A unique feature of the stadium is the cantilever roof which eliminates the need for any supports thus providing the spectators with an unobstructed view of the match from any place within the stand. It will also host two All India Football Federation cup matches. India vs Australia ODI(Nov 11, 2009) was supposed to take place here but was cancelled due to heavy rain. In IPL 2010, it hosted 6 matches including opening, semi-finals, 3rd playoff and the final match. It was also named one of the three home grounds of the Deccan Chargers for their 2010 campaign.


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