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Latest 30 Sportsperson in News

  1. Sachin Tendulkar (2019) is the 6th Indian cricketer to be inducted in the ICC Hall of Fame
  2. Mitchell Starc (27) broke Glenn McGrath’s (26) record for most wickets in a World Cup.
  3. Shakib Al Hasan became the fastest cricketer to the ODI double of 250 wickets and score 5000 runs.
  4. Jasprit Bumrah (78 wickets) is the highest wicket-taker across all formats in 2018.
  5. Harmanpreet Singh named 2018 Player of the Year by Asian Hockey Federation
  6. Virat Kohli (2735 international runs, 11 hundreds) is the highest international run-getter of 2018 for the third consecutive year.
  7. India opener Smriti Mandhana received the Rachael Heyhoe Flint award (named after the late former England captain) for the Women’s Cricketer of the Year.
  8. CA Kuttappa is the new coach of Indian Men’s boxing.
  9. Lewis Hamilton won the Drivers’ Driver of the year 2018.
  10. WV Raman is the new head coach of Indian Women’s Cricket Team.
  11. Anup Kumar, former captain of the Indian National Kabaddi Team, announced retirement.
  12. Hugh Edmeades is the new auctioneer for 2019 IPL.
  13. Novak Djocovic & Simona Halep were named as the ‘2018 ITF World Champions’.
  14. Virat Kohli became the 2nd fastest batsman to hit 25 Test centuries, after Don Bradman.
  15. Sascha Bajin won the WTA Coach of the year 2018. He is the coach of Naomi Osaka
  16. P V Sindhu clinched gold in BWF World Tour 18 by defeating Nozomi Okuhara
  17. Manika Batra became the first Indian Table Tennis player to recieve ‘Breakthrough Table Tennis Star’ award. Earlier this year she won a gold in 2018 Commonwealth Games.
  18. Mary Kom is awarded with ‘Meethoileima’, the highest civilian title of manipur.
  19. Vinesh Phogat and Sakshi Malik won the national title for 57 Kg and 62 Kg category respectively at the Tata Motors Senior National Wrestling Championship 2018
  20. World Chess Championship 2018: World Number one Magnus Carlsen (from Norway) won the 4th title
  21. ICC Women’s World T20: Harmanpreet Kaur became first Indian woman to score a T20 century.
  22. Indian Wrestler Bajrang Punia got Rank 1 in the UWW list.
  23. UNICEF appoints athlete Hima Das (nickname: Dhing Express), Indian sprint runner from Assam as India’s first youth ambassador. She also holds the current Indian national record in 400 metres with a timing of 50.79 s that she clocked at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia.
  24. Alexander Zverev won ATP Finals in London by defeating Novak Djokovic in final. He has also became the youngest winner of the ATP title.
  25. Mary Kom Becomes Most Successful Boxer in World Championships History by winning her sixth gold medal with an unanimous 5-0 result over Ukraine’s Hanna Okhota
  26. ICC Women’s World T20 2018: Australia (Captain: Meg Lanning) thrash England by 8 wickets to clinch 4th title, POS: Alyssa Healy
  27. Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur (C) and Poonam Yadav have been named by ICC in the ICC Women’s World T20 Team of the tournament.

Sports Awards

  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna (highest sporting honour): Awarded annually by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports for Spectacular and most outstanding performance in the field of sports over a period of four years. In 2018, Virat Kohli, Mirabai Chanu (Weightlifting)
  • Dronacharya award: Sports coaching honour. 8 Winners in 2018
  • Arjuna award: Civilian award for outstanding individual achievements in National Sports. 20 Winners including Smriti Mandhana
  • Dhyan Chand Award: Lifetime Achievement sporting honour in India. In 2018, Bobby Aloysius (Athletics), Bharat Chettri (Hockey), Satyadev Prasad (Archery), Chougale Dadu Dattatray (Wrestling)
  • Polly Umrigar Award: For international cricketer of the year. Virat Kohli in 2016-17 and 2017-18
  • C.K. Nayudu Award: For lifetime achievement in sports. Late Pankaj Roy in 2017-18

Royal Stag has become the official ICC sponsor for next 5 years.

Sports Events 2018-19

HostTournamentWinner
England & WalesICC Cricket World CupYTD
India6th Vivo Pro Kabaddi LeagueBengaluru Bulls (1st title)
London, UKWorld Chess ChampionshipMagnus Carlsen (NOR)
Pakistan/UAEBlind Cricket World CupIndia
New ZealandU-19 Cricket World CupIndia
ZimbabweCricket World Cup QualifierAfghanistan
RussiaFIFA World CupFrance
EnglandWomen’s Hockey World CupNetherlands
OmanAsian Men’s Hockey Champions TrophyInd + Pak (BP: Akashdeep Singh)
Jakarta & Palembang (Indonesia)Asian GamesChina (Highest Medals – 289)
UAEAsia CupIndia (MOS – Shikhar Dhawan)
DelhiDeodhar TrophyIndia C (MOM + Cap: Ajinkya Rahane)
VariousVijay Hazare TrophyMumbai (Cap: Shreyas Iyer)
Muscat, OmanAsian Men’s Hockey Champions TrophyIndia + Pak (BP: Akashdeep Singh)
West Indies2018 Women’s World Twenty20Australia (Cap: Meg Lanning)
BhubaneswarMen’s Hockey World CupBelgium

Major Sports Events

GamesFirst HeldLast HeldUpcoming
Winter Olympics1924 Chamonix, France2018 Pyeongchang, South Korea2022 Beijing, China
Summer Olympics1896 Athens, Greece2016 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil2020 Tokyo, Japan
Commonwealth Games1930 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada2018 Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia2022 Birmingham, England
Asian Games1951 ND, India2018 Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia2022 Hangzhou, China
FIFA World Cup1930 Uruguay2018 Russia2022 Qatar
South Asian Games1984 Kathmandu, Nepal2016 Guwahati + Shillong, India2019 Kathmandu + Pokhara, Nepal
Hockey World Cup1971 Barcelona, Spain2018 Bhubaneswar, India2022 YTD
Cricket World Cup (Men)1975 England2019 England + Wales2023 India
T20 Cricket World Cup (Women)2009 England2018 West Indies2020 Australia
Asia Cup1984 UAE2018 UAE2020 YTD
National Games of India1924 Lahore2018 Goa2019 Chhattisgarh
  • In 2018 Asian Games, India (8th position) won 15 Gold, 24 Silver, 30 Bronze (Total 69 Medals)
  • The 36th National Games of India, will be held from 30 march 2019 to April 14 2019 in Goa, India.

List of Flag Bearers for India

  • Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games – Opening: Manu Bhaker (Shooting), Closing: Jeremy Lalrinnunga (Weightlifting)
  • Jakarta Palembang 2018 Asian Games – Opening: Neeraj Chopra (Javelin Throw), Closing: Rani Rampal (Hockey)
  • Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic GamesShiva Keshavan (Luge)
  • Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games – Opening: Abhinav Bindra (Shooting), Closing: Sakshi Malik (Wrestling)
  • Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games – Opening: P. V. Sindhu (Badminton), Closing: Mary Kom (Boxing)

Important Indian Sports Players

  • Athletics: Neeraj Chopra, Tajinderpal Singh Toor, Manjit Singh, Arpinder Singh, Swapna Barman, Jinson Johnson
  • Badminton: Pranav Chopra, Prannoy Kumar, Saina Nehwal, Ashwini Ponnappa, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, Sikki Reddy, Chirag Shetty, Gadde Ruthvika Shivani, P V Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth, Parupalli Kashyap
  • Boxing: Mary Kom, Gaurav Solanki, Vikas Krishan Yadav, Amit Panghal
  • Kabaddi: Anup Kumar
  • Shooting: Manu Bhaker, Jitu Rai, Heena Sidhu, Shreyasi Singh, Tejaswini Sawant, Anish Bhanwala, Sanjeev Rajput, Saurabh Chaudhary, Rahi Sarnobat
  • Lawn Tennis: Rohan Bopanna, Divij Sharan
  • TT: Manika Batra, Mouma Das, Sutirtha Mukherjee, Madhurika Patkar, Pooja Sahasrabudhe, Sharath Achanta, Anthony Amalraj, Harmeet Desai, Sanil Shetty, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran
  • Weightlifting: Saikhom Mirabai Chanu, Khumukcham Sanjita Chanu, Sathish Sivalingam, Ragala Venkat Rahul, Punam Yadav
  • Wrestling: Rahul Aware, Sushil Kumar, Bajrang Punia, Sumit Malik, Vinesh Phogat

Cricket

ICC

  • Full Form: International Cricket Council
  • Motto: Cricket for good.
  • Headquarter: Dubai, UAE
  • Membership: 105 members
  • Chairman: Shashank Manohar
  • CEO: Manu Sawhney

ICC Cricket World Cup

  • Most successful: Australia (5 titles)
  • Most runs: Sachin Tendulkar (2,278 runs)
  • Most wickets: Glenn McGrath (71 wickets)

ICC CWC 2019

  • 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup
  • Dates: 30 May – 14 July
  • Tournament format: Round-robin and Knockout
  • Host: England and Wales
  • Participants: 10 Countries
  • Official Sponsor: GoDaddy Inc.
  • Official Song: Stand By
  • Price Money: Winner ($4,000,000), Runner-Up ($2,000,000)
  • Man of the Tournament: Kane Williamson
  • Most Wickets: Mitchell Starc (27)
  • Highest team total: England (397/6) against Afghanistan
  • Lowest team total: Pakistan (105) against West Indies
  • Most runs: Rohit Sharma (648)
  • Highest score: David Warner (166) against Bangladesh
  • Most boundaries: Rohit Sharma (81) 67 F + 14 S
  • Best bowling figure: Shaheen Afridi (6/35) against Bangladesh
  • Most Maidens: Jasprit Bumrah (9)
  • Hat-tricks: Mohammad Shami vs Afghanistan, Trent Boult vs Australia

ICC Team of the Tournament

  1. Rohit Sharma
  2. Jason Roy
  3. Kane Williamson
  4. Shakib Al Hasan
  5. Joe Root
  6. Ben Stokes
  7. Alex Carey
  8. Mitchell Starc
  9. Jofra Archer
  10. Lockie Ferguson
  11. Jasprit Bumrah
  12. Trent Boult (12th Man)

ICC CWC History

YearNameHostWinner
1975Prudential Cup ’75EnglandWest Indies
1979Prudential Cup ’79EnglandWest Indies
1983Prudential Cup ’83England + WalesIndia
1987Reliance Cup 1987Ind + PakAustralia
1992Benson & Hedges World Cup 1992Aud + NZPakistan
1996Wills World Cup 1996Ind + Pak + SLSri Lanka
1999ICC CWC ’99Eng+Sco+Scotland+Ire+Ned+WalesAustralia
20032003 ICC CWCSA+Zim+KenAustralia
20072007 ICC CWCWIAustralia
20112011 ICC CWCInd+SL+BanInd
20152015 ICC CWCAus + NZAustralia
20192019 ICC CWCEng + WalesEngland

ICC Annual Awards 2018

Men’s

  • Cricketer of the Year, Test Cricketer of the Year, ODI Cricketer of the Year, Captain of Test Team of the Year, Captain of ODI Team of the Year – Virat Kohli
  • Twenty20 International Performance of the Year – Aaron Finch (Aus)
  • Emerging Player of the Year – Rishabh Pant
  • Associate Player of the Year – Calum Mcleod (Sco)
  • Spirit of Cricket – Kane Williamson (NZ)
  • Umpire of the Year – Kumar Dharmasena (SL)

Women’s

  • Captain of the ODI team of the year – Suzie Bates (NZ)
  • Captain of the T20 team of the year – Harmanpreet Kaur (IND)
  • Emerging Cricketer of the Year – Sophie Ecclestone (ENG)
  • Cricketer of the Year, ODI Cricketer of the Year – Smriti Mandhana (IND)
  • T20I Cricketer of the Year – Alyssa Healy (AUS)

ICC Hall of Fame

The ICC Cricket Hall of Fame “recognises the achievements of the legends of the game from cricket’s long and illustrious history”.

  • Bishan Singh Bedi, Kapil Dev, Sunil Gavaskar, Anil Kumble, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar (2019)

Tennis

Tennis is a racket sport that can be played individually against a single opponent (singles) or between two teams of two players each (doubles).

  • ITF – International Tennis Federation (London, UK)
  • AITA – All India Tennis Association (Delhi)

Grand Slam Tournaments (Majors)

Grand Slam Tournaments / MajorsCourtLocationWinners (Singles)
Australian Open (Jan)Hard CourtsMelbourne, AusNovak Djokovic, Naomi Osaka
French Open (May-Jun)Red ClayParis, FranceRafael Nadal, Ashleigh Barty
Wimbledon (Jul)Grass CourtsWimbledon, London, UKNovak Djokovic, Simona Halep
US Open (Aug-Sep)Hard CourtsNew York, USNovak Djokovic, Naomi Osaka

Note:
(1) Wimbledon, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, and is regarded by many as the most prestigious.
(2) Australia Open, nicknamed “the happy slam” and often referred to as the “Grand Slam of Asia/Pacific” the tournament is the highest attended Grand Slam event, with more than 780,000 people attending the 2019 edition.

Most Grand Slam Winners

  • Male: Roger Federer (20), Rafael Nadal (17), Pete Sampras (14) & Novak Djokovic (14)
  • Female: Margaret Court (24), Serena Williams (23), Steffi Graf (22)

ATP Awards

  1. Rafael Nadal: Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  2. Novak Djokovic: Comeback Player of the Year Award
  3. Roger Federer: Fans’ Favorite player award

Team Cups

  • Davis Cup (men)
  • Fed Cup (women)
  • Hopman Cup (men/women)
  • Laver Cup (men)

Football

  • No. of players: 11 Players each team
  • FIFA – Fédération Internationale de Football Association (Zürich, Switzerland)
  • AIFF – All India Football Federation (Dwarka, Delhi)
  • The Best FIFA Men’s Player 2018: Luka Modrić (Croatia)
  • Balkan athlete of the year 2018: Luka Modrić (Croatia)

Worldwide Important Football Event

  • FIFA WORLD CUP: In 2018 – Russia, In 2022 – Qatar
  • FIFA 2018 World Cup winner: France
  • FIFA 2018 World Cup Runner-up: Croatia
  • Man of the Match: Antoine Griezmann (France)
  • Most World Cup Wins: Brazil (5 titles)
  • Most Goals in World Cup: Miroslav Klose (Germany) – 16, Ronaldo (Brazil) – 15

Important Indian Football Events

  • Federation Cup
  • Durand Cup
  • Indian Super Cup
  • Santosh Trophy
  • IFA Shield

Current FIFA World Ranking

  1. Belgium
  2. France
  3. Brazil

Badminton

  • Singles / Doubles
  • BWF – Badminton World Federation (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
  • BAI – Badminton Association of India (New Delhi)

BWF Women’s World Ranking

  1. TAI Tzu Ying (Taiwan)
  2. Akane YAMAGUCHI (Japan)
  3. P V Sindhu (India)
  4. Carolina MARIN (Spain)

BWF Men’s World Ranking

  1. Viktor AXELSEN (Denmark)
  2. LEE Chong Wei (Malaysia)
  3. KIDAMBI Srikanth (India)
  4. CHEN Long (China)

List Of Nicknames of Important Sportspersons

NameNicknameNameNickname
Sachin TendulkarLittle Master, Master Blaster, God of CricketSourav GangulyDada
Shikhar DhawanGabbarVirat KohliCheeku
Harbhajan SinghBhajjiMS DhoniCaptain Cool
Baichung BhutiaSikkimese SniperShoaib AkhtarRawalpindi Express
AB de VilliersMr. 360 DegreeKapil DevThe Haryana Hurricane
Sunil GavaskarLittle masterAnil KumbleJumbo
Ricky PontingPunterAjinkya RahaneJinks
V SehwagNawab of Najafgarh, Sultan of MultanHarbhajan SinghBhajji, Turbanator
Rohit SharmaHit-ManSandeep SinghFlicker Singh

State-Wise List Of Stadiums In India

NamePlacePurpose
Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket StadiumVisakhapatnam, APCricket
YS Raja Reddy StadiumKadapa, APCricket
Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Cricket StadiumGuwahati, AssamCricket
Indira Gandhi Athletic StadiumGuwahati, AssamAthletics, Football (soccer)
Satindra Mohan Dev StadiumSilchar, AssamFootball (soccer)
Jawaharlal Nehru StadiumGuwahati, AssamSports complex
Moin-ul-Haq StadiumPatna, BiharCricket
Patliputra Sports ComplexPatna, BiharFootball (soccer)
Rajendra StadiumSiwan, BiharFootball
Sector 42 StadiumChandigarhHockey
Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket StadiumRaipur, ChhattisgarhCricket
International Hockey StadiumRajnandgaon, ChhattisgarhHockey
Jawaharlal Nehru StadiumDelhiAthletics, Football (soccer)
Feroz Shah KotlaDelhiCricket
Dhyan Chand National StadiumDelhiHockey
Ambedkar StadiumDelhiFootball (soccer)
Chhatrasal StadiumDelhiSports complex
Indira Gandhi ArenaDelhiSports complex
Fatorda StadiumMargao, GoaFootball (soccer)
Tilak Maidan StadiumVasco da Gama, GoaFootball (soccer)
Bhausaheb Bandodkar GroundPanaji, GoaCricket
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel StadiumAhmedabad, GujaratCricket
CB Patel International Cricket StadiumSurat, GujaratHockey
Saurashtra Cricket Association StadiumRajkot, GujaratFootball (soccer)
The ArenaAhmedabad, GujaratSports complex
Moti Bagh StadiumBaroda, GujaratFootball (soccer)
IPCL Sports Complex GroundBaroda, GujaratFootball (soccer)
Madhavrao Scindia Cricket GroundRajkot, GujaratCricket
Mahabir StadiumHisar, HaryanaSports complex
Tau Devi Lal StadiumGurgaon, HaryanaCricket, Football (soccer)
Chaudhary Bansi Lal Cricket StadiumRohtak, HaryanaCricket
HPCA Cricket StadiumDharamshala, HPCricket
Bakhshi StadiumSrinagar, J&KFootball (soccer)
Sher-i-Kashmir StadiumSrinagar, J&KCricket
JSCA International Cricket StadiumRanchi, JharkhandCricket
Birsa Munda Athletics StadiumRanchi, JharkhandAthletics
JRD Tata Sports ComplexJamshedpur, JharkhandAthletics, Football (soccer)
Keenan StadiumJamshedpur, JharkhandCricket
Birsa Munda Football StadiumRanchi, JharkhandCricket
M. Chinnaswamy StadiumBengaluru, KarnatakaCricket
Sree Kanteerava StadiumBengaluru, KarnatakaAthletics
Mangala StadiumMangaluru, KarnatakaAthletics, Football (soccer)
Visvesvaraya StadiumMandya, KarnatakaCricket
Gangotri Glades Cricket GroundMysore, KarnatakaCricket
EMS StadiumKozhikode, KeralaFootball (soccer)
Jawaharlal Nehru StadiumKochi, KeralaCricket, Football (soccer)
The Sports HubThiruvananthapuram, KeralaSports complex
Lal Bahadur Shastri StadiumKollam, KeralaAthletics, Football (soccer)
Chandrasekharan Nair StadiumThiruvananthapuram, KeralaAthletics, Football (soccer)
Maharaja’s College StadiumKochi, KeralaAthletics, Football (soccer)
Thrissur Municipal Corporation StadiumThrissur, KeralaFootball (soccer)
Calicut Medical College StadiumKozhikode, KeralaFootball (soccer)
Rajiv Gandhi Indoor StadiumKochi, KeralaMulti-purpose
Fort MaidanPalakkad, KeralaFootball (soccer)
Holkar Cricket StadiumIndore, MPCricket
Nehru StadiumIndore, MPCricket
TT Nagar StadiumBhopal, MPFootball (soccer)
Captain Roop Singh StadiumGwalior, MPCricket
Ravi Shankar Shukla StadiumJabalpur, MPFootball (soccer)
Aishbagh StadiumBhopal, MPHockey
Dr. Rajendra Prasad Football StadiumNeemuch, MPAssociation football
DY Patil StadiumNavi Mumbai, MaharashtraCricket, Football (soccer)
Vidarbha Cricket Association StadiumNagpur, MaharashtraCricket
Maharashtra Cricket Association StadiumPune, MaharashtraCricket
Wankhede StadiumMumbai, MaharashtraCricket
Dadaji Kondadev StadiumThane, MaharashtraFootball (soccer)
Indira Gandhi StadiumSolapur, MaharashtraCricket
Guru Gobind Singh StadiumNanded, MaharashtraCricket
Jawaharlal Nehru StadiumPune, MaharashtraCricket
Khuman Lampak Main StadiumImphal, ManipurFootball (soccer)
Nagaland Cricket Association StadiumDimapur, NagalandCricket
Kalinga StadiumBhubaneswar, OdishaMulti Purpose Stadium
Barabati StadiumCuttack, OdishaCricket
Veer Surendra Sai StadiumSambalpur, OdishaCricket
Biju Patnaik Hockey StadiumBhubaneswar, OdishaSports complex
Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor StadiumCuttack, OdishaGymnastics
East Coast Railway StadiumBhubaneswar, OdishaCricket
KIIT StadiumBhubaneswar, OdishaCricket
Sector 42 StadiumChandigarh, PunjabHockey
War Heroes StadiumSangrur, PunjabHockey
Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra StadiumMohali, PunjabCricket
Guru Gobind Singh StadiumJalandhar, PunjabFootball (soccer)
Lajwanti StadiumHoshiarpur, PunjabFootball (soccer)
Guru Nanak StadiumLudhiana, PunjabFootball (soccer)
International Hockey StadiumAjitgarh, PunjabHockey
Dhruv Pandove Cricket StadiumPatiala, PunjabCricket
Guru Nanak StadiumKapurthala, PunjabField hockey
Gandhi GroundUdaipur, RajastanMulti-purpose
Barkatullah Khan StadiumJodhpur, RajastanCricket
Sawai Mansingh StadiumJaipur, RajastanCricket
Baichung StadiumNamchi, SikkimFootball (soccer)
Paljor StadiumGangtok, RajastanFootball (soccer)
Jorethang GroundJorethang, RajastanFootball
Chennai Jawaharlal Nehru StadiumChennai, TNAthletics, Football (soccer)
M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennai, TNCricket
Jawaharlal Nehru StadiumCoimbatore, TNCricket
MGR Race Course StadiumMadurai, TNHorse racing, Kabaddi
Rajiv Gandhi International StadiumHyderabad, TelanganaCricket
G. M. C. Balayogi Athletic StadiumHyderabad, TelanganaAthletics, Cricket
Lal Bahadur Shastri StadiumHyderabad, TelanganaCricket
Maharaja Bir Bikram College StadiumAgartala, TripuraCricket
Buddh International CircuitGreater Noida, UPAuto Racing
Ekana International Cricket StadiumLucknow, UPCricket
Saifai International Cricket StadiumSaifai, UPCricket
Green Park StadiumKanpur, UPCricket
K. D. Singh Babu StadiumLucknow, UPCricket
Dr. Akhilesh Das StadiumLucknow, UPCricket
Major Dhyanchand Hockey StadiumLucknow, UPHockey
Dr Sampurnanda StadiumVaranasi, UPCricket, field hockey, football
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket StadiumDehradun, UttarakhandCricket
Salt Lake StadiumKolkata, WBAthletics, Football (soccer)
Eden GardensKolkata, WBCricket
Kanchenjunga StadiumSiliguri, WBFootball (soccer)
East Bengal GroundKolkata, WBFootball (soccer)
Mohun Bagan GroundKolkata, WBFootball (soccer)
Rabindra Sarobar StadiumKolkata, WBAthletics, Football (soccer)
Mohammedan Sporting GroundKolkata, WBFootball (soccer)
Jadavpur StadiumKolkata, WBFootball (soccer)
Netaji Indoor StadiumKolkata, WBIndoor sports
Mela GroundKalimpong, WBFootball

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