The Village

The game of Cricket was introduced to the people of Ireland Republic by the English. The towns of Ballinasloe and Kilkenny were the first venues to experience this game in the early 19th century. Cricket became popular here in early 1880s. After this, several of stadiums were built here in Ireland. The Village is one of the most popular stadiums here. It is located in Dublin, the republic of Ireland. It was founded way back in the year 1861 and touted being one of the best sporting stadiums to have been constructed in Ireland. It is the biggest sports ground of Ireland and the 3rd stadium to get global recognition after ‘Civil Service Cricket Club’ in Castle Avenue and Belfast in Dublin. It has a total seating capacity of 10,000 spectators. It also heightens of one hospitality pavilion having the capacity of 650 as well as a hundred seater press-box. The Village has two ends: Dublin Road End and Castle end. A drink and food village is situated just beside the stadium for refreshment purpose. It has hosted just a single one day international match between England and Ireland few days ago on the 3rd of September, 2013. The ground is even going to host test matches very soon.
City: dublin (Ireland)

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