Trivandrum International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium, located in Kariavattom in Thiruvananthapuram city, Kerala, India. It was completed in March 2015 at the cost of Rs. 390 crores in an area of 37 acres. It is mainly used for cricket and association football and also hosts National Trophy matches. It is the home stadium of the University of Kerala, Government of Kerala and Indian National Football team. It is the first stadium in the country to have been developed on DBOT basis, which stands for Design-Build-Operate and Transfer. The design of the ground is such that it can be used for international cricket and football matches as the stadium has been constructed by International Cricket Council (ICC) norms and FIFA regulations. It is also known as "Greenfield Stadium" and has been designed by Collage Design of Mumbai. Apart from international cricket and football matches, this multi-functional stadium is also capable of hosting cultural and entertainment events.