A look at the stadiums of the T20 World Cup 2022

October 22, 2022

By Noel Adrian Corera

Adelaide Oval, located in Adelaide, South Australia, has hosted cricket matches for over 150 years. This sports ground has a capacity of 53,500.

The Gabba in Brisbane, Queensland, is known for its fast and bouncy pitches, perfect for T20 cricket. The stadium can seat around 42,000 people. 

Kardinia Park seats just over 30,000 people. An hour’s drive away from Melbourne, this stadium has hosted several international T20 matches.

Bellerive Oval has a capacity of 20,000, making it the second-largest stadium in Tasmania in terms of capacity.

Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is the largest stadium in the Southern Hemisphere. It has a capacity of over 100,000.

Perth Stadium is the third-largest in Australia with the capacity to hold more than 60,000 people.

Sydney Cricket Ground has the capacity to hold 48,000 people and is considered among the country’s architectural treasures.

The final will be hosted at the MCG on October 13.

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