It was the hot bed of cricket activity in the 1990's. However with a new stadium opened up at Abu Dhabi, the cricket games here have reduced. However a visit here does bring back fond, nostalgic memories of several cricket matches that used to be regularly conducted here. Best to go there when there is a match being played, otherwise... 更多
Sharjah stadium is in dire need of an upgrade and renovation. I found a lot of seats which were loose or broken, the stands had very poor paint work and lighting. The score board was of very old design. No one came round to sell refreshments so we had to get out of the seats to find a drinks stall.... 更多
If you are lucky you will be able to see the flood lights on and some game going on. The tickets are cheap and at times have free entry as well. You can imagine all the big games between the asian countries played here and still see its fresh amongst the staff there.
We went to cricket stadium with no matches. Absolutely empty stadium. The green cricket ground & pitch was welcoming us. We took lot of photographs where our cricket players have played a lot there. I believe, you do not get permission to visit cricket stadium with so much easiness in India, Absolutely, there was no problem there.
I bought a "Platinum Ticket" for the opening day of the 3rd Test between Pakistan and England, which included a pleasant lunch (the byriani was particularly good) and a seat directly behind the bowler's arm. Although there was probably less than 300 people in the stands, it was an excellent day's cricket...
Lovely ground which reminded me of a local county ground in England. However, if you are looking for ladies loos you might be sorely disappointed! Head for the Diamond Box area and make the point that ladies need a toilet too.....