Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium (Jamtha, Nagpur) – Pitch Report

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New VCA Stadium (Marathi: विदर्भ क्रिकेट असोसिए शा ), formerly known as the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, is a cricket ground in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. It is the country’s biggest cricket facility when it comes to field area.

The new stadium in Nagpur, which was designed by Moshe Safdie Architects and Engineering, is set on a 4.3-acre site located at Jamtha on the city’s southern outskirts. The old Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground was razed and replaced with the current facility in 2008, after being in operation for over 50 years. The International Cricket Council has praised the stadium’s features.

The Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium is the home venue of the Vidarbha and Central Zone teams in the Ranji Trophy and Duleep Trophies, respectively. It has hosted most T20Is (12) of any stadium in India since January 2020. 6 Tests, 9 ODIs, and 12 T20Is have been played there as of November 10, 2019.

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Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground

  • Full Name:   New VCA Stadium
  • Location:  Nagpur, Maharashtra
  • Operator:  Vidarbha Cricket Association
  • Capacity:  45,000
  • Surface: First Inn Batting And After That Opinion Bowling
  • Floodlights:    Yes
  • End names:   Secretary End Pavilion End
  • Boundary Length (Dimension):   80-yard
  • Also known as: Marathi: विदर्भ क्रिकेट असोसिए शा  | Vidarbha Cricket Association | Vidarbha Cricket Association Cricket Ground | Vidarbha Cricket Association Cricket Stadium

Record & Stats

T20 Stats

Total Match Played: 12
Batting First Won: 9
Batting Second Won: 3
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 151
Highest Score: India 215/5
Lowest Score: India 79/10
Scoring Pattern
Below Score 150: 7
Score between 150 and 169: 1
Score between 170 and 189: 3
Above Score 190: 1

ODI Stats

Total Match Played: 9
Batting First Won: 3
Batting Second Won: 6
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 288
Highest Score: India 354/7
Lowest Score: Canada 123/10
Scoring Pattern
Below Score 200: 0
Score between 200 and 249: 2
Score between 250 and 299: 4
Above Score 300: 3

T20 Domestic

Total Match Played: 0
Batting First Won: 0
Batting Second Won: 0
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 0
Highest Score:
Lowest Score:
Scoring Pattern
Below Score 150: 0
Score between 150 and 169: 0
Score between 170 and 189: 0
Above Score 190: 0

Is Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium Batting Or Bowling Pitch?

The Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium has a batting-friendly surface that is likely to aid the batters once again today. Spinners may provide assistance in the middle overs, while pacesmen might get some support towards the latter half of the game.

Ground Information

Owner –   Vidarbha Cricket Association

Establishment ( Situated In ) –   2008

Address –   Wardha Rd, Jamtha, Maharashtra 441108

Official Website –

Contact Number:   0712 252 7467

E-mail:   [email protected]


  •  Vidarbha cricket team


The Vidarbha Cricket Association-managed ground, which is the only overseas venue where you may enter directly from the road, has always made news for various reasons. With the scalps of Ken Rutherford, Ian Smith, and Ewen Chatfield in Nagpur, Chetan Sharma becomes the first Cricket World Cup hat-trick hero. All three were bowled.

When India won by a staggering margin of 321 runs against New Zealand in the Reliance World Cup final league encounter in 1987, Sunil Gavaskar scored his only one-day, and World Cup, century. This is Sachin Tendulkar’s favorite ground for centuries. After four in Chepauk, Sachin Tendulkar has three here.

It was a tragic period when, during the fifth game of the India-New Zealand ODI series in 1995, the brickwall of the East Stand collapsed and nine people died.

As for the pitch, it was formerly just another docile one until the BCCI-appointed pitch committee suggested re-laying in 1999. It took a long time for the wicket to acquire its intended form.

International Information

  • First Test:  6–10 November 2008: India v  Australia
  • Last Test:   24–28 November 2017: India v  Sri Lanka
  • First ODI:  28 October 2009: India v  Australia
  • Last ODI:   5 March 2019: India v  Australia
  • First T20:   9 December 2009: India v  Sri Lanka
  • Last T20:    10 November 2019: India v  Bangladesh

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