22 cities with multiple test cricket venues

Cricket is one of the most popular sports around the world, but its most popularity is in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, England, Australia and South Africa. Cricket is an outdoor game that is played in beautiful stadiums. There are 114 such stadiums in the world till 10th November, 2017 where test matches have been organized. But many of these stadiums are located in the one city. There are 22 such cities in the world, where more than one stadium has situated, which hosted international test matches. In this article, we are giving the list of 22 such cities in the world where there are two or more cricket stadiums situated which hosted Test matches.

22 Cities with multiple test venues

1. Colombo (Sri Lanka)

P Sara Oval, Colombo Cricket Club, R Premadasa Stadium and Sinhalese Sports Club Ground (Clockwise)
Number of Stadiums - 4
(i) P. Sara Oval
(ii) Colombo Cricket Ground
(iii) R. Premadasa Stadium
(iv) Sinhalese Sports Club Ground

2. Mumbai (India)

Gymkhana Cricket Ground, Brabourne stadium and Wankhede stadium (Clockwise)
Number of Stadiums - 3
(i) Gymkhana Ground
(ii) Brabourne Stadium
(iii) Wankhede stadium
Note: Gymkhana Ground is India's first cricket stadium, where first international match was played. It is currently famous as Azad Maidan.
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3. Johannesburg (South Africa)

The wanderers
Image source: Cricket Dawn
Number of Stadiums - 3
(i) Old Wanderers stadium
(ii) Ellis Park stadium
(iii) The Wanderers Stadium
Note: The Old Wanderers stadium was destroyed in 1945-46 by Railways.

4. Nagpur (India)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground
(ii) Jamtha Ground

5. London (England)

The Lords
Image source: Mirror
Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Kennington Oval
(ii) Lord's

6. Durban (South Africa)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Lord's
(ii) Kingsmead
Note: Lord's Ground was destroyed in 1921.

7. Lucknow (India)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) University Ground
(ii) K.D. Singh Babu Stadium
Note: Only one test match has been played on both stadiums located in Lucknow.

8. Lahore (Pakistan)

Gaddafi Stadium
Image source: India Today
Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Bagh-e-Jinnah
(ii) Gaddafi Stadium

9. Hyderabad (India)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium
(ii) Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal

10. Chittagong (Bangladesh)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Mohammad Aziz Stadium
(ii) Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium
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11. Christchurch (New Zealand)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) AMI stadium
(ii) Hagley Oval

12. Karachi (Pakistan)

Karachi national stadium
Image source: Pakistan Cricket
Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) National Stadium
(ii) Southend Club Cricket Stadium

13. Chandigarh (India)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Sector 16 Stadium
(ii) Punjab Cricket Association, I.S. Bindra Cricket Stadium, Mohali

14. Dunedin (New Zealand)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Carisbrook Stadium
(ii) University Oval Stadium

15. Multan (Pakistan)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Ibn-e-Qasim Bagh stadium
(ii) Multan Cricket Stadium

16. Bulawayo (Zimbabwe)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Queens Sports Club
(ii) Bulawayo Athletic Club

17. Chennai (India)

M A Chidambaram Stadium
Image source: Zee News
Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) MA Chidambaram Stadium
(ii) Nehru Stadium

18. Brisbane (Australia)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Brisbane Cricket Ground
(ii) Exhibition Ground

19. Dhaka (Bangladesh)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Bangabandhu National Stadium
(ii) Sher-e-Bangla National stadium

20. Peshawar (Pakistan)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Peshawar Club Ground
(ii) Arbab Niaz Stadium

21. Rawalpindi (Pakistan)

Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Pindi Club Ground
(ii) Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium

22. Kandy (Sri Lanka)

Pallekele stadium
Image source: Cricbuzz.com
Number of Stadiums - 2
(i) Asgiriya Stadium
(ii) Pallekele International Cricket Stadium

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