Brabourne Stadium is India's first ever permanent sporting stadium.
The 1983 World Cup trophy was kept at the North Stand until 2016 after which it was moved to the Cricket Centre.
Brabourne Stadium, a cricket ground in Mumbai is owned by the Cricket Club of India. The ground was built to provide an accommodation of 35,000 spectators with pavilions, swimming pool and other facilities. However its current capacity is 25,000. The arena was named after Lord Brabourne as suggested by Maharaja of Patiala. It was opened on December 7, 1937, by the then Bombay Governor Roger Lumley.
Brabourne Stadium also hosts matches during the IPL season.
The Brabourne Stadium hosted the 2006 Champions Trophy Finals and 5 league games. A total of 8 ODI games have been played here.
India's first ever home series was hosted by the Brabourne Stadium against West Indies. It was conducted after the World War II in 1948.
Brabourne Stadium has hosted 16 Ranji Trophy Finals in between 1938-2008.
India after its win against Sri Lanka in 2009, went on to become the No. 1 team in the ICC Test Ratings.
Total 17 Test matches has been hosted by the Brabourne Stadium in between 1948 -1973.
The first ever Twenty-20 International played in India was hosted by the Brabourne Stadium in 2007. The match was won by the host team against Australia.
West Indian fast bowler Jerome Taylor claimed a hat-trick in one of the Champion Trophy league matches against Australia in 2006.
The CCI's golden jubilee celebrations were held at the stadium with an exhibition match between Pakistan and CCI XI. Due to the shortage of players, Sachin Tendulkar played as a substitute fielder for Pakistan.
After 36 years, Brabourne Stadium hosted a Test match between India and Sri Lanka in 2009. India went on to score their highest Test score of 726-9.