|Location||New Delhi, India|
Feroz Shah Kotla Ground is one of the finest cricket venues in India. The ground has witnessed many cricketers setting and breaking records and some of the records that still hold. It was established in 1883 and has hosted the first international match in 1948 between India and West Indies. It has significantly hosted major cricket matches of all the three Cricket World Cups, hosted by India. Located next to the Eden Gardens, it is the second oldest active cricket ground in India that was formerly known as "Willingdon Pavilion", owned and governed by DDCA (Delhi District Cricket Association). It has been the stamping ground of the IPL team Delhi Daredevils since 2008.