Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium

The Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium is a popular cricket ground of Sri Lanka with a seating capacity of about 30,000 people. Established in the year 2000, this stadium has hosted a number of international as well as domestic cricket matches. The stadium is spread in an area of 60 acres which is taken on lease from the owners of the Rangiri Dambulla temple. The first ever match was hosted during the year 2001 when England and Sri Lanka played against each other. Later on floodlights were also installed in the year 2003 so that the day and night matches could also be played here. In the year 2010, the ICC declared that the stadium is not fit for the international cricket matches owing to the poor floodlights but in 2013, the stadium has now come up with improved lights and thus ready to host the upcoming matches at this stadium. One of the important factors of this ground is the turning pitch which is ideal for the bowlers, so both the seamers and spinners can easily take quick wickets if they bowl excellently. The bowlers have played a major role in winning the matches and that is why this stadium is known to have some of the best bowling records.
City: Dambulla (Sri Lanka)

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