MCA, State Tourism Department Planning Tour guided Tour at Wankhede Stadium

Fans will soon be able to enter the Wankhede Stadium accepting the proposal of Minister of State for Tourism Aditya Thackeray to open a prominent ground for tourism with the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA).

MCA, State Tourism Department Planning Tour guided Tour at Wankhede Stadium

The MCA's highest council met on Tuesday and agreed in principle to work with the state's tourism department. A detailed memorandum will be signed’ in the coming days.

"We in the tourism department had asked @MumbaiCricAssoc to work with us at the opening of Wankhede Stadium for a stadium experience for tourists and spectators from all over the world. The tourism minister tweeted on Tuesday that he had talked to former MCA president Sharad Pawar and current MCA president Vijay Patil about setting up an Indian cricket museum in Mumbai. Of conversation

Mumbai has a remarkable history in cricket, having the honor of winning 41 Spiritual Trophy Championships with Wankhede Stadium. It is the same venue that hosted the 2011 World Cup final, which India won by defeating Sri Lanka.

The MCA will set up a new museum in the adjoining building and has formed a committee to begin work on it.

Last month, Ajinkya Naik of the MCA's High Council suggested that a special seat in the stadium be named’ after former India captain MS Dhoni so that he could win the 2011 World Cup. Celebrate the memory of your six players.

A stadium guide tour has been arranged’ for spectators from various countries, such as the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia, where it is easy for spectators to slowly crawl through its various stands to reminisce. Similarly, many football clubs in Europe have opened their stadiums for fans to visit. In India, there is a section of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association at Dharamshala where they meet the fans. Standing who can come and click pictures.

"It's a great collaboration because it will now give every cricket fan in the world a chance to experience the historic Wankhede Stadium," he said. At MCA, we are excited to work with Maharashtra's tourism sector provides an unforgettable experience for every cricket lover! “Vihang Sarnaik, a member of the MCA's High Council," tweeted.


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