Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior
Captain Roop Singh Stadium, GwaliorUpdated: Oct 28, 2003 12:35 IST
Name: Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior
Floodlights: Yes, since 1996
End names: Railway End, Pavilion End
The Captain Roop Singh stadium with over 18,000 seating capacity is also known as the Roop Singh stadium. The stadium hosted its first One-Day International when India took on West Indies in January 1988.
Besides the Ranji Trophy and domestic First Class matches, the stadium has hosted some World Cup matches during 1996.
India has not played against the Aussies at this stadium, though they took on the Kiwis in November 1999 and won by 14 runs. Captain Sourav Ganguly’s 153 during this match remains so far the highest one day score at the stadium.
The stadium has also been a witness to Kenya's first-ever win over India on May 28, 1998 in a day-night match.
Pakistan has made the highest One-Day total here, making 289 (for 6) against Sri Lanka during the Pepsi Independence Cup match in 1997. Pakistan won the match by 30 runs.
First Published: Oct 22, 2003 16:37 IST