Cricketing venues don’t get more beautiful, scenic, and elevated from sea level (altitude of 1,457 meters (4,780 feet)) than the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium in Dharamshala.
This picturesque cricket ground has become a must-to-visit destination for cricket fans and cricketers because of its location and the incredible backdrop of the Himalayas that make it what it is. The stadium offers a unique experience to the fans and travelers alike.
Fans will get to visit this stadium in the World Cup 2023 as five matches are scheduled to be played at this iconic ground, including the India vs New Zealand encounter on October 22, Sunday. After the WC 2023, Dharamshala will also host an India-England Test in March next year.
Netizens have often hailed the HPCA Stadium in Dharamshala as the most beautiful international cricket ground.
A fan recently posted a captivating video of his visit to the stadium in Dharamshala and posted on Twitter. The lush green outfield and the modern infrastructure at the stadium looks even more stunning in the backdrop of the blue-grey snow-capped peaks of the Dhauladhar range.
Check out the beautiful Dharamshala stadium that will host 5 World Cup 2023 matches:
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Beautiful HPCA Stadium , Dharmashala would witnessing the Upcoming ICC World Cup 2023 ✨
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— VK (@Motera_Stadium) July 27, 2023
The outfield in the stadium was relaid earlier this year and it also hosted IPL 2023 matches. The stadium has a seating capacity of around 23,000 fans.
The WC 2023 will kick-start from October 5 with England taking on New Zealand in a repeat of the 2019 World Cup final. Dharamsala will host its first game on October 7, between Bangladesh and Afghanistan.
The second game at this breathtaking venue will be between England and Bangladesh; the third game here will be of South Africa vs Netherlands, followed by the India vs New Zealand encounter. And the fifth and last game in Dharamsala will be between Australia and New Zealand on October 28.