Maharaja Yadavindra Singh International Cricket Stadium

Maharaja Yadavindra Singh (MYS) International Cricket Stadium is a cricket stadium in Mullanpur, Mohali, Punjab.[3]

Maharaja Yadavindra Singh International Cricket Stadium [1]
Mullanpur International Cricket Stadium
LocationMullanpur, Near New Chandigarh, Mohali District, Punjab, India
Establishment2021 (3 years ago) (2021)
OwnerPunjab Cricket Association
OperatorPunjab Cricket Association
Source: ESPNcricinfo



In March 2010, the Punjab Cricket Association announced that Mullanpur village of Mohali is going to have an international standard cricket stadium spread over 41.95 acre at cost of ₹230 crore (US$29 million). It is named after the ninth and last ruling Maharaja of Patiala, Yadavindra Singh.[4][5]

From 2024, it is the home ground for the Punjab Kings for the Indian Premier League.[6]



Accommodating up to 38,000 spectators, the new flood-lit stadium features a sophisticated herringbone drainage system, which facilitates water removal within 25-30 minutes of rain. The stadium's field is composed of sand instead of conventional soil, which offers better stability, but is more challenging to maintain. The venue has two international-grade dressing rooms with steam, sauna, and ice bath facilities with a fully equipped gymnasium.[6] There is a well-equipped media centre, modern lounges and turnstiles.[7]

See also



  1. ^ "Punjab Cricket Association Council meet: New Mullanpur International Stadium named after late Patiala royal Maharaja Yadavindra Singh". 9 August 2020.
  2. ^ Sharma, Nitin (4 August 2018). "New cricket ground in Mullanpur may host international match next year". The Indian Express. Retrieved 19 November 2023.
  3. ^ "Mullanpur Cricket Stadium". Retrieved 23 April 2024.
  4. ^ PCA gets government nod for new stadium
  5. ^ Punjab to get one more world class stadium, architects to develop facility in Mullanpur
  6. ^ a b "Maharaja Yadavindra Singh Stadium: All about Punjab Kings' new turf". 27 February 2024. Retrieved 13 April 2024.
  7. ^ "Decade into the making, Mullanpur stadium readies for day of reckoning". 12 February 2024. Retrieved 13 April 2024.

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