ICC sent the team for the outlook of stadiums for the 2023 World Cup.

ICC sends their official team in India to check the stadiums in India. The stadiums which will host the matches or the warm up matches during the 2023 World Cup will be inspected. In the inspection security, events and broadcast events will be checked.

Overall 12 stadiums will be inspected which also includes the warm up matches.   

They started their checking from Mumbai, which was scheduled on 25th July. After the inspection, MCA president Amol Kale said, “They are extremely happy with our planning, the only thing left to address from our side is the ticketing issue. We have called an Apex Council meeting on Monday to decide on pricing, and we will inform the BCCI accordingly.”

After completing the Mumbai stadium, the team headed towards the south region. On 26th July, they inspected Chepauk stadium in Chennai and on 27th July they checked Trivandrum Stadium, where warm up matches will be played. Then on 28th July, they checked the Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru. 

About the Chepauk Stadium, Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA)official said, “They seemed satisfied with our facilities. We look forward to hearing from them if they have anything in mind. They will write to us.” For Trivandrum Stadium, a member from Kerala Cricket Association says that the ICC team suggested some modifications for the corporate boxes and players area. 

After that they will head towards the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad where the World Cup final and most iconic India vs Pakistan match will happen. Then on 31st July, they will move to Hyderabad. After that Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkata, Dharamshala, Guwahati and Pune will be inspected.

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