D Y Patil Stadium is also known as D Y Patil Sports Stadium is a playground for state-of-the-art sports and recreational activities. International Cricket and football matches are also played here in this stadium. Till now the stadium has hosted three IPL matches for Mumbai Indians and the 2008 Indian Premier League Final and 2010 Indian Premier League Final.
The Dr. DY Patil Stadium is a well-formed stadium, situated in the D.Y. Patil University campus at Nerul, in the suburb of Mumbai, India. It is primarily used for football and cricket events. The stadium has all the modern facilities required to conduct international sports competitions. It was officially inaugurated on 4th of March, 2008. Besides having a large football ground and fine cricket pitch, it has 9 hard tennis courts and 4 indoor badminton courts along with a swimming pool that meets Olympic standards. Just beside the main stadium, there are 10 practice pitches. This stadium has a cantilever roof. The spectators can enjoy the match from any available seat.
The venue also hosted some important events like ISL football matches, 2017 FIFA Under-17 World Cup, and will also host the scheduled FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup. Other than sports, the venue also played host to concerts of Justin Beiber, Katty Perry, U2 and AR Rahman in the past.
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|Ends||Media End, Pavilion End|
|Time Zone||UTC +05:30|
Indian Premier League 2022 matches scheduled at this venue:
|March 27, 2022||PBKS vs RCB|
|March 30, 2022||RCB vs KKR|
|April 2, 2022||MI vs RR|
|April 4, 2022||SRH vs LSG|
|April 7, 2022||LSG vs DC|
|April 9, 2022||CSK vs SRH|
|April 11, 2022||SRH vs GT|
|April 12, 2022||CSK vs RCB|
|April 14, 2022||RR vs GT|
|April 19, 2022||LSG vs RCB|
|April 21, 2022||MI vs CSK|
|April 23, 2022||KKR vs GT|
|April 30, 2022||RR vs MI|
|May 3, 2022||GT vs PBKS|
|May 8, 2022|
|May 9, 2022|
|May 11, 2022||RR vs DC|
|May 16, 2022|
|May 18, 2022||KKR vs LSG|
T20 Records At DY Patil Stadium:
Highest Total: 190 for 7 by Delhi Daredevils vs Pune Warriors.
Lowest Total: 82 all out by Deccan Chargers vs Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Best bowling: 4/13 by Doug Bollinger of Chennai Super Kings vs Deccan Chargers.
Highest Partnership: 155 between Adam Gilchrist and VVS Laxman for Deccan Chargers against Mumbai Indians. Interestingly, Gilchrist made 109 off 47 balls in this partnership while Laxman made 37 off 26 balls.
Most runs: 226 runs by Robin Uthappa at a strike rate of 133.73. He made all these runs while playing for Mumbai Indians. The DY Patil Stadium was their home ground in the 2008 edition of the IPL.
IPL Records in DY Patil Stadium:
- Highest score – 190/7 (Delhi Daredevils scored against Pune Warriors)
- Lowest score – 82 all out (RCB all out Deccan Chargers)
- Best Partnership – Adam Gilchrist and VVS Laxman (for Deccan Chargers)
- Best Bowling – 4/13 (by Doug Bollinger for CSK)