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The Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium (also known as New VCA stadium) is a Test cricket ground built in 2008 in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. Inaugurated in 2008, it replaced the old Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground as the main stadium in the city.VCA Stadium is The Home ground for the Vidharba and Central Zone teams for the domestic Ranji Trophy and Duleep Trophy tournaments, respectively.
The stadium is located in the Jamtha neighborhood, about 15 km from Nagpur.Spread over 33 acres (130,000 m2), VCA Stadium features include wi-fi coverage and a capacity of 45,000. The venue also has World-class training and practice facilities.The stadium has four stands. The East and West stands are open to air stands with two tiers. The North stand houses the commercial box and has three tiers. The South stand also has three tiers and houses the players pavilion.
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