India's largest stadium: Formerly Motera, now Narendra Modi Stadium, covering 63+ acres, costing Rs 800 crore, seating 132,000; world's biggest.
Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar, Odisha: A stunning Indian stadium, established in 1978, inaugurated by former CM Biju Patnaik.
Kolkata's Salt Lake Stadium, Asia's fifth-largest, seats 85,000. In 1997, it hosted India's most-attended match: Mohun Bagan vs. East Bengal, with 131,000 spectators.
Trivandrum Int'l Stadium, known as DBOT model, with 55,000 seats, met FIFA & ICC standards, hosting India's 2015 SAFF Championship victory.
Play cricket at 1457m with the Himalayas as your backdrop in Dharamshala's Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association stadium, home to Himachal Pradesh and Kings XI Punjab in the IPL.
Indira Gandhi Arena, Asia's third-largest indoor sports venue, renovated for 240 crores during the 2010 Commonwealth Games, now a hub for sports, politics, and music.
GMC Balayogi in Gachibowli, Telangana, honors an ex-Loksabha speaker, famous for Afro-Asian Games in 2003 & a 2010 Guinness Record with 2800 Kuchipudi artists.
India's JRD Tata Sports Complex in Jamshedpur hosts football and athletics, offering on-site athlete facilities and seating 24K to 40K spectators.
India's Shilaroo Hockey Stadium, near Shimla, is the world's highest at 8,000 feet. Sports Authority of India oversees its maintenance, inaugurated by MS Gill in 2010.
EKA Arena, by Govt. of Gujarat and SE TransStadia, near Kankaria Lake, Ahmedabad, opened on 7th Oct 2016, seats 20,000 in football setup.