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Green Park is staged for venues in IPL 2017 and it will be hosting league phase matches in this season Indian Premier League. The stadium is going to host two games in the 10th season of IPL. The first match will be played at this venue between Gujrat Lions and Delhi Daredevils. In the 2nd game at this venue Gujrat Lions will be battling against defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The Green Park cricket stadium is located in Kanpur, India and it has a seating capacity to hold and entertain 45,000 cricket spectators. The stadium is nicknamed as Woolmer’s Turf in the late memory of cricket coach Bob Woolmer and it is commonly known as Modi Stadium. It is a multipurpose stadium equipped with a modern flood light system to host Day and Night games.
- Name: Green Park
- Location: Kanpur, Gujrat
- Constructed: 1945
- Capacity: 45,000
The stadium was built in 1945 and was named after the Madam Green who used to practice horse riding here in this park. The stadium is owned by the Government of Utter Pradesh and it is operated by Utter Pradesh Cricket Association.
Green Park is the only cricket stadium in India, which has the facility of student library. It is the only cricket stadium in Utter Pradesh that has hosted both Test and ODI matches. The stadium holds the record to host 500 test matches played by India and it has the biggest physically operated scoreboard in the world.
Being an old cricket stadium in India, Green Park has also witnessed many records in cricket including India’s first win over Australia in 1959 and the most wickets taken were by the legendary Kapil dev who was the captain of team India when it won the first world cup.
The stadium is the home ground for the Utter Pradesh Cricket team and Gujrat Lions f IPL which is owned by Intex Technologies. The stadium has two Ends named as Mill Pavilion End and Hostel End. Apart from the cricket, Football is another sport which can be played in this stadium and Green Park has hosted many football games over the years.