Hafeez Contractor constructed the cricket and football stadium DY Patil Sports Stadium, also known as the D. Y. Patil Campus Sports Stadium, in Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It was planned by Hafeez Project worker and is the home ground of Mumbai City FC. In addition to hosting the 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup in December 2021, the stadium also hosted the FIFA U-17 World Cup in 2017.
On March 4, 2008, the stadium was officially opened, and the Mumbai Indians of the Indian Premier League temporarily played their home games there. It has served as the venue for the Mumbai Indians’ three IPL games, as well as the Indian Premier League Finals in 2008 and 2010.
The entire outfield of the field has been properly tilled, and 200 tons of dirt from South Africa have been brought in to create a bouncy, natural surface. Sand-based grass is used on the outfield of the main field, which not only keeps players from getting hurt but also makes it easy to drain. The dispersion of water will be aided by a drainage system beneath the primary surface.
In order to protect batters from glare during evening games, the four floodlight towers are higher than usual. Consequently, it is a batting surface. The pitch at the Stadium typically provides bowlers with good bounce but frequently stays true. As a general rule, we can anticipate matches with scores somewhere in the range of 160 to 170.
The weather in Mumbai will be typical: hot and humid in March and April, followed by rain in May as the monsoon slowly sets in.
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