In the midst of all the cancelations and truncation of the cricketing events, the International Cricket Council (ICC) is having no excuse and compromise on the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.
The event is all set to be hosted by India later this year. As the preparations are under full swing, the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) has revealed the venues for the world event.
As per the revelations, Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Dharamshala, and Ahmedabad will be hosting the participants of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.
Here are the names of the stadiums:
1) Modi Stadium, (Ahmedabad)
2) Feroz Shah Kotla, (Delhi)
3) Wankhede, (Mumbai)
4) Chepauk, (Chennai)
5) Chinnaswamy, (Bangalore)
6) Rajiv Gandhi, (Hyderabad)
7) Shri Atul Vajpayee, (Lucknow)
8) Dharamsala, (Punjab)
9) Eden Gardens, (Kolkata)
Confirming the details, the board has granted a notice that the final will be hosted by Ahmedabad, Narendra Modi Stadium probably on 14th November 2021. The event is due to start this October
Which cities will host the ICC T20 World Cup 2021? Reveals BCC
Moreover, the Babar Azam-led Pakistan team is having no difficulty as BCCI clears visa issuance problems for Pakistani players and media personnel. An official of the Apex Council said that,
“The visa issue of Pakistan cricket team has been sorted. However whether the fans can travel across the border to watch matches is still not clear,”
The above-written statement shows that there are still chances of allowing the spectators inside the stadium to witness the live matches, however, there is no official statement on the scene yet.