Tatya Tope Nagar Sports Complex

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Ranital Stadium
Rani Stadium
Full name Ranital International sports complex
Location Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Coordinates 23°13′52″N 77°23′59″E / 23.23111°N 77.39972°E / 23.23111; 77.39972
Owner Government of Madhya Pradesh
Operator Directorate Sports & Youth Welfare
Capacity 20,000
Opened 1962
Renovated 2013

Ranital stadium is a multi-purposed stadium in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. The stadium is a main stadium in the city of Bhopal as Directorate Sports & Youth Welfare is located at the stadium. The stadium is the base of Boxing Academy,Madhya Pradesh State Men's Hockey Academy, Madhya Pradesh State Equestrian Academy, Madhya Pradesh State Shooting Academy, Madhya Pradesh State Water Sports Academy and DSYW Academy.

Stadium is one of the stadiums in Madhya Pradesh with a multi-purpose hall and an Olympic swimming pool among the facilities offered. Football, athletics, volleyball, hockey, basketball, badminton, cricket, handball, table tennis, taekwondo and wrestling can be enjoyed here.[1][2][3]

The ground hosted its only first-class cricket match in 1982 between Madhya Pradesh cricket team and Vidarbha cricket team where home team won by 202 runs.[4] [5] Association football club Hamidia FC use the stadium for some of their matches.

See also


  1. ^ Directorate Sports & Youth Welfare
  2. ^ MP online
  3. ^ "भोपाल जिला बास्केटबॉल टीम को कांस्य" (in Hindi). Indian Sports Era. 2012-04-28. Retrieved 2012-04-30.
  4. ^ "First-Class Matches played on Tatya Tope Nagar Stadium, Bhopal". The Cricketer. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
  5. ^ Scorecard Madhya Pradesh v Vidarbha

External links

  • Cricinfo
  • Wikimapia

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