There are 49 international cricket venues in India, have been used for first-class cricket. Here is the list of of international cricket grounds by seating capacity in India, Also most famous venues for test cricket, international cricket and Twenty20 cricket games.
Sardar Patel Stadium or Motera Stadium of Ahmedabad is a very popular cricket stadiums of India, currently undergoing redevelopment and will be the largest cricket stadium in the world once completed with seating capacity of 110,000 spectators.
Eden Gardens cricket stadium is currently the largest cricket ground in India and also the second largest cricket stadium in the world after Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium has a seating capacity of 65,000, making it second largest cricket ground in India after Eden Garden. The stadium is 21 km away from main city of Raipur and hosted T20 matches, IPL and International cricket matches.
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium has a capacity of 55,000 spectators, with batsman friendly and high scoring pitch, home ground for Sunrisers Hyderabad and Deccan Chargers.
M. A. Chidambaram Stadium or Chepauk stadium is located close to Marina beach of Chennai and the stadium hosted International matches, Ranji Trophy and Indian Premier League.
Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Cricket Stadium is the third largest international cricket stadium in India by seating capacity, also new home ground for Afghanistan national cricket team.
Greenfield International Stadium located at Kariavattom in Trivandrum, used mainly for cricket but also a venue for football. The multi purpose sports stadium of Kerala has has seating capacity for 50,000 spectators
JSCA International Stadium Complex of Ranchi has a capacity of 50,000 spectators, One of the newest cricket stadium in India and home ground of captain cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
New VCA stadium from Nagpur is a popular cricket ground for domestic Ranji Trophy and Duleep Trophy tournaments, Listed as the largest cricket stadium in India in terms of field area.
Barabati Stadium is a regular venue for international cricket in Odisha, owned and operated by the Odisha Cricket Association and also used for football and venue for Indian Premier League.
Arun Jaitley Stadium was previously known as Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium is
second oldest cricket stadium, officially renamed as Arun Jaitely Stadium and one of the stands named after Indian captain Virat Kohli.
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium of Bengaluru with a seating capacity of around 40,000, regularly host cricket matches and also first cricket stadium in the world who used solar panels electricity to run the stadium.
Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati is the largest sports stadium in North East India, hosted both domestic and international cricket matches, officially known as Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Cricket Stadium.