Taking after India’s first Prime minister, just like its name, is its success. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is a multi purpose stadium. Given its capacity to seat about 60,000 spectator, the stadium is the fourth largest multipurpose hall in India. This stadium was originally constructed for the 1982 Asia Games. And then followed on to hold the 1989 Asian Championships in Athletics as well as the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
There have also been concerts, cricket matches and football tournaments that took place here. Till today the stadium is used for many sports and cultural events.
The stadium is well maintained and provides required amenities. The ideal place for any event requiring space, or a large seating area.
The unique aspect of this stadium comes from its well designed and marvellous roof. It has up to date technology and facilities for the lighting system. To make mobility easier, they have ramps, stairs, elevators as well as escalators. The stadium includes facilities for Athletics, Weightlifting, Football, Volleyball, Archery, badminton, basketball, Cricket, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis and Fitness Centre to make it convenient for sportsmen.
Anticipate this magnificent stadium to be one of the five venues for the Fifa under 17 world cup 2017.
Don’t miss a chance to see these innovative interior and stadium and enjoy your favourite events here with top notch facilities!
Located near C.G.O. Complex in the Pragati Vihar, Lodhi Road area and about 2 km from the famous Lodi garden, it is one of Delhi’s many tourist attractions. It can be reached via NH48, over a distance of 31 km. Visit nearby whereabouts including Humayun's Tomb, Meher Chand Market, Habitat World Centre, Sai Baba Temple and Gandhi Smriti on your trip to this region. The closest metro stations are Jawaharlal Nehru metro station - which is only a km away from the stadium, Jangpura and Lajpat Nagar. It is also ideally situated close to the five star hotel The Lodhi. Restaurants near by include Threesixty°, Taipan, Au Bon Pain Arabian delights and many more.
Make a day out of it, visit the iconic stadium and the historical monuments near buy. Experience the Delhi life!
Lodi Gardens, Humayun's Tomb, Meher Chand Market, Habitat World Centre, Sai Baba Temple and Gandhi Smriti are some of the renowned places to visit in the vicinity of the stadium.