Adelaide Oval will host 4 matches including 1 quarter-final. The total spectator capacity for World Cup is 47,000. Tickets for India-Pakistan match were sold out in just 20 minutes when the sales began last year. (Gabba, Brisbane guide)
Here is your complete guide to Adelaide Oval (All venues information)
Adelaide Oval (Adelaide)
Adelaide is the state capital of South Australia. Situated on the south coast, with kilometres of white sandy beaches, this elegant city is known forits colonial stone architecture, remarkable gardens, sporting events, lively festivals and incredible sense of space.
From its beginnings in 1871, Adelaide Oval has hosted some of
cricket's defining moments. Adelaide Oval was the home ground for
Sir Donald Bradman for most of his career. Today it is home to the
South Australian Cricket Association and the Adelaide Strikers team
Big Bash League.
Significant reconstruction of Adelaide Oval was completed in 2014, expanding the venue's capacity, providing the latest in spectator experience, while maintaining the historic spectator hill beneath the Moreton Bay fig trees.
Adelaide Oval, War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide, South Australia 5006
Capacity for WC 2015 - 47,000
First established/built - 1871
1st ODI - Australia Vs West Indies (December 20, 1975) Australia won by 5 wickets
Matches (All games start at 9 AM IST)
15 February - India Vs Pakistan (Pool B)
9 March - England Vs Bangladesh (Pool A)
15 March - Pakistan Vs Ireland (Pool B)
20 March - Quarter-final 3