Bandra Kurla Complex Ground
Ground information
LocationBandra, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
OwnerMumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority
OperatorMumbai Cricket Association
International information
First WODI1 March 2010:
 India v  England
Last WODI8 February 2013:
 New Zealand v  Sri Lanka
First WT20I4 March 2010:
 India v  England
Last WT20I8 March 2010:
 India v  England
As of 8 December 2019
Source: ESPNcricinfo

Bandra Kurla Complex Ground is a cricket ground in Bandra, Maharashtra.[1][2] The ground normally hosts charity matches and some local matches. It also is home to the Mumbai Cricket Association.


In 2007, Mumbai Cricket Association installed a state-of-the-art recreation centre at the ground which forms part of their world class Indoor Cricket Academy. The Club House has top class sporting facilities ranging from an air conditioned badminton hall with two courts - billiards and snookers hall, equipped with two imported billiards tables. Three pitches are for spin, three others for seam bowling while the seventh is a normal wicket.[3]

In 2009, India under-19s for 2010 World Cup in New Zealand also did practice with Mike Young, Australian fielding coach.[citation needed]

The ground has also hosted women's ODI and T20I including two match of World Cup 2013. The Bandra Kurla Complex Ground has also hosted some matches which were part of the 2017 Blind T20 World Cup.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Bandra Kurla Complex - India - Cricket Grounds - ESPNcricinfo". ESPNcricinfo.
  2. ^ "CricHQ - Making cricket even better". CricHQ. Retrieved 28 November 2017.
  3. ^ "MCA". Archived from the original on 1 July 2014. Retrieved 10 July 2014.