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|There are a number of world-renowned cricket stadiums located in India. Most grounds are under the administration of various State Cricket Boards.|
Eden Gardens in Kolkata has hosted the most Tests (34), and also has the largest capacity of any cricket stadium in the world, being capable of holding more than 100,000 spectators.
This file shows 14 of the stadiums
|Kingsmead cricket ground is Situated in Durban, and was one of the stadiums used for the 2003 Cricket World Cup.||09/15/2005||439|
|140 different soccer stadiums from all over the world, incluiding Europe, Asia, Africa and South America.|
All the stadiums have the description of their respective clubs.
|Some stadiums around the world, someone unknown, please help me!!! i'm going crazy|
editors note - not sure what help Manu is asking help for. There are 38 stadiums placemarked, all with names.
|A list of stadiums, mainly geared towards football - the european version of the game, called "soccer" on the other side of the atlantic -, but also including a few other sports.|
Features over 120 stadiums, some of them were copied from the "various stadiums" file on this site (mostly african and italian ones).
- All English Premiership clubs' sta...
|File showing the following Test cricket grounds in Sri Lanka |
1. Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy
2. Galle International Stadium
3. P.Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo
4. Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo
5. Tyronne Fernando Stadium, Moratuwa
6. R.Premadasa Stadium, Khettarama, Colombo
|results, stadiums in 3D and weather information/webcams (cities and stadiums)|
For each stadium, a popup shows the match schedule with the results of the matches as they are played.
Update: The match results will be updated automatically by the networklink build in the kmz file.
STADIUMS IN 3D:
you can find a link to...
|The 15th stadiums of the world cup in Spain.|
|The new Google Earth blog on www.orangetea.eu made 3d models of the World Cup 2006 stadiums.||06/06/2006||3,473|
|Lists stadiums all over Australia. Also includes details and photos of stadiums. Currently there are 80 stadiums listed.||03/13/2006||592|
|Some stadiums across the world - updates coming||07/11/2005||755|
|The 2007 Rugby World Cup will be the 6th Rugby World Cup.|
It will be hosted by France during September and October of 2007.
This World Cup will have 20 nations contesting 48 matches over 44 days. 43 matches will be spread between ten French cities, with 3 matches to be held in Cardiff, Wales and 2 matches in Edinburgh, Scotland.