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PCMC Hockey Stadium

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Capacity  5,000
Renovated  2011
Year built  1993
Full name  Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation Hockey Stadium
Location  Pune, Maharashtra, India
Owner  Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation
Similar  Sangram Durg, Mangalgad, Ghorawadi railway station, Malhargad, Dehu Road railway station

PCMC Hockey Stadium is a field hockey stadium in Pune, India. It has a seating capacity of 5,000 people. It serves as the home ground of the hockey franchisee based in Pune, Pune Strykers, for World Series Hockey.

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History

Formerly known as Major Dhyanchand Hockey Stadium, PCMC hockey stadium, built in 1993, was the first polygrass stadium of the district. It costed 1.15 crore to build this stadium. Women's hockey matches of National Games were held here in 1993.

Major renovations

The stadium has been renovated by the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation at a cost of 2.75 crore to improve the infrastructure at the stadium. Four high-mast floodlights with a capacity of 1,200 lux have been set up at the stadium. Seven matches of the home side, Pune Strykers, are scheduled in World Series Hockey between 29 February to April 2.

References

PCMC Hockey Stadium Wikipedia


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