ODISHA PLAYS HOST TO WOMEN`S WORLD CUP MATCHES

Players of Team India pose after trouncing Pakistan in the 7th-place play-off match at Barabati Stadium in Cuttack on February 7, 2013.

Despite protest from political parties, Odisha Cricket Association took the challenge to host the ICC Women`s World Cup matches, involving Pakistan at Barabati Stadium in Cuttack and DRIEMS Cricket Stadium in Tangi at short notice. The move turned out to be super hit, delivering immense benefits.   Source: orisports.com..Continue Reading

KALINGA STADIUM, THE FACE OF ODISHA SPORTS

The stadium has been beautified with a addition of flowering plants and landscapes.

State-owned Kalinga Stadium is the biggest of its kind in Odisha, featuring infrastructure facility for several disciplines. Located in the heart of capital city Bhubaneswar, the picturesque stadium has an astro-turf hockey complex, international-standard swimming complex, synthetic track for athletics, international-standard football ground, 10 tennis courts, three basketball courts, three..Continue Reading

BHUBANESWAR STAGES CHAMPIONS TROPHY HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Jeroen Herztberger of Netherlands receives the Top Scorer of the Tournament prize from FIH Competition Committee chairman Ken Read on Dec 14, 2014.

Temple City Bhubaneswar proved to be a magnificent new home for hockey by staging the 35th Men’s Champions Trophy Tournament very successfully at Kalinga Stadium Hockey Complex from Dec 6 to 14, 2014. Germany won the glittering silver trophy for the 10th time with a convincing 2-0 win over three-time..Continue Reading

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