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IPL 2009 Ground's Profile


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After security issues BCCI decided to organise the second addition of IPL in South Africa this year. Here are the profile of all the eight grounds to be used for IPL 2009.

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IPL 2009 Ground's Profile

  2. 2. Newlands, Cape Town South Africa
  3. 4. Newlands Cape Town, South Africa Also or formerly known as Sahara Park; Newlands; Western Province Cricket Club; Newlands 'A' Capacity 25,000 Home team(s) Western Province
  4. 5. St George's Park, Port Elizabeth South Africa
  5. 7. St George's Park Port Elizabeth, South Africa Also or formerly known as Sahara Oval; Crusaders Ground, St George's Park Capacity 19000 Home team(s) Eastern Province
  6. 8. Kingsmead, Durban South Africa
  7. 10. Kingsmead Durban, South Africa Also or formerly known as Sahara Stadium; Kingsmead Capacity 25000 Home team(s) KwaZulu-Natal, Natal
  8. 11. SuperSport Park, Centurion South Africa
  9. 13. SuperSport Park Centurion, South Africa Also or formerly known as SuperSport Centurion; Centurion Park Capacity 20,000 Home team(s) Northern Transvaal, Northerns
  10. 14. Buffalo Park, East London South Africa
  11. 16. Buffalo Park East London, South Africa Capacity 15000 Home team(s) Border
  12. 17. New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg South Africa
  13. 19. New Wanderers Johannesburg, South Africa Capacity 30,000 Home team(s) Transvaal
  14. 20. De Beers Diamond Oval, Kimberley South Africa
  15. 22. De Beers Diamond Oval Kimberley, South Africa Also or formerly known as De Beers Country Club; Kimberley Country Club Home team(s) Griqualand West
  16. 23. OUTsurance Oval, Bloemfontein South Africa
  17. 25. OUTsurance Oval Bloemfontein, South Africa Also or formerly known as Goodyear Park, Springbok Park Capacity 20000 Home team(s) Free State, Orange Free State