Sector-150 in Noida about to get 30000+ Capacity Cricket Stadium

Synopsis - A 35,000-capacity stadium is set to be built in Noida's Sector 150. The Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association approved the proposal for the stadium near Noida-Greater Noida Expressway. It will be the third stadium in the state that is capable of hosting international level cricket, along with Kanpur and Lucknow. Two more stadiums in Varanasi and Ghaziabad are under development.

SURFACES REPORTER #newscatchup – Noida, 5 March 2023: The National Capital Region is set to get another stadium soon, with the city of Noida expected to see an international stadium come up in Sector 150.

Earlier this week, the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA) has approved a proposal for a 35,000 capacity stadium to be developed by Lotus Greens Constructions near the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway.

UPCA accepted the proposal via a letter to the developer on March 25.

"Along with the letter, a list of basic requirements and facilities has been shared with the developer which are mandatory for any stadium to be recommended by the UPCA for national or international events," UPCA chief executive officer Ankit Chatterjee told PTI.

The state of Uttar Pradesh has two stadiums capable of hosting international-level cricket - one in Kanpur and one in Lucknow – while another two – one in Varanasi and one in Ghaziabad – are in the pipeline.

"If this one in Noida is developed as per specifications and guidelines of ICC and BCCI, it will be the fifth international level cricket stadium in the state," Chatterjee told PTI.

Lotus Greens Sports City - which will house the stadium - confirmed that they have received approval from the UPCA to develop the stadium.

"We have submitted a revised layout plan with the local authority and once that is approved, the project will kick off and be completed within three years," a spokesperson told PTI.



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