Entry inside the stadium is getting only after checking in equipment including scanning; foreign cricket lover also came to watch match.
Ahmedabad : The grand festival of cricket i.e. World Cup 2023 is about to begin. The first match of the World Cup is to be played between England and New Zealand at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad today at 2 pm. Spectators are reaching Narendra Modi Stadium from 12 noon. People have come from home and abroad to watch the match. Today when a match is to be played between England and New Zealand, fans of English player Ben Stokes are seen the most. Fans are disappointed when Williamson leaves the team. Even after the start of the match between England and New Zealand, people are still entering the stadium.
Ahmedabad Metro has made facilities for the first World Cup match today. At that time, foreigners including inter-state cricketers are also traveling in the metro. People traveling in the metro are very excited about today’s match. Cricketers who have reached Ahmedabad by flight, train and bus are reaching Narendra Modi Stadium by metro. Then there is a rush of people in the metro with great enthusiasm. Girls who are playing cricket at the district level have also reached to watch the match by metro. For today’s first match, tickets were booked by fans 30 to 45 days in advance. Today, during the match, people are seeing a lot of enthusiasm in the metro as well. Women were given tickets by the BJP for the match between England and New Zealand. A large number of people are reaching the stadium with tickets. Only women were given tickets, but men have also come to watch the match with tickets given to women. Now the match scene outside the stadium is really excited. The match is between England and New Zealand, but people are wearing Indian flags and tattoos.
Police have given importance to security and accuracy for the first match of the World Cup at Narendra Modi Stadium from today. Arrangements have been made to ensure that there is no laziness from the metro station to the ground chair till the spectators reach. Security arrangements for special VVIPs and foreign nationals have also been notified.