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International Cricket Grounds in the Netherlands

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1. VRA Cricket Ground

VRA Cricket ground in Amstelveen(Netherlands) is one of the outstanding and admirable cricket ground for this country. This ground is a home of VRA Amsterdam, since 1939 as in this year only it was inaugurated to host the cricket matches. The capacity of the ground is around 4,500 people and providing the nationalists to watch the live match for their country.

VRA Cricket ground is almost full when having Domestic Competitions or Intercontinental cup, world cricket league and CB 40.

First, International match played in this ground was between Netherlands and New Zealand. This ground has also hosted ICC Trophy in 1990. 

2. Sportpark Westvliet

Sportpark Westliet cricket ground is the Hague, Netherlands. This ground was established in 2006. Its national cricket team here is Voorburg Cricket club.

In Sportpark Westliet the first International ODI played here was between Afghanistan and kenya in july1,2010 and first T20I played here was between Bangladesh and Scotland in Jul 24, 2012.

3. Hazelaarweeg

Hazelaarweg cricket ground is in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Its home team is VOC. 

In Hazellarweg the first International ODI played was between Netherlands and Bermuda in Aug18, 2007 and first T20I played was between Netherlands and Nepal.

4. Sportpark Maarschalkerweerd

Sportpark Maarschalkerweerd is in Utrecht, Netherlands. The first matched played here was in 1967when the Netherlands Women’s Cricket Board XI played the Women’s Cricket Association. Its home team here is Kampong Cricket Club.

In Sportpark Maarschalkerweerd two One day Women’s Internationals happened in 2002 between the Netherlands Women and New Zealand Women.

5. Sportpark Het Schootsveld

Sportpark Het School is n Deventer, Netherlands which was established on 19996. Here the first ODI played was between Netherlands and Zimbabwe on June21, 2019.

6. Sportpark Laag Zestienhoven

Sportpark Laag Zestienhoven is in Rotterdam, Netherlands. It was established in 1963.

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