- Address: Ahmedabad
- Country: India
- Capacity: 132,000
- Opened: 12 November 1983
- Main use: Cricket
- Tenants: Gujarat cricket team (cricket), Gujarat Titans (cricket)
Extra stadium info – Narendra Modi Stadium
The Narendra Modi Stadium, which is also known as the Motera Stadium, is named after a former Indian politician who was born in the present-day Gujarat. It opened with a capacity of 54,000. The Narendra Modi Stadium became the largest stadium by capacity in the world. It hosted several Cricket World Cup matches. The national cricket team of India played numerous games at the Narendra Modi Stadium. In 1983, they won the tournament which is now known as the Cricket World Cup for the first time in their history. The national cricket team of India won the title in London. 24,000 spectators attended the game.
The Gujarat cricket team and the Gujarat Titans
The Gujarat cricket team and the Gujarat Titans use the Narendra Modi Stadium for home games. The Gujarat Titans perform in the Indian Premier League, the most popular Indian cricket league. The club was founded in 2021. In 2022, they won the IPL for the first time in their history. The Titans won the title after beating the Rajasthan Royals in front of 104,000 spectators at the Narendra Modi Stadium. Hardik Himanshu Pandya was named player of the match. He played numerous Indian Premier League games for the Mumbai Indians from Maharashtra before he signed with the Gujarat Titans. Hardik Himanshu Pandya and his brother Krunal Himanshu Pandya both played for the national cricket team of India. They were born in Gujarat in the 1990s.
Another IPL final
The Gujarat Titans played their second Indian Premier League final in 2023. The Chennai Super Kings from Tamil Nadu won the match. They won the Indian Premier League four times before the 2023 IPL final. The final was originally scheduled to be played on 28 May 2023. The game was played one day later due to rain. It became the first-ever postponed IPL final due to the weather.