World Cup 2023, Delhi Metro Timings: Delhi Metro has given a special gift for cricket lovers. Due to the World Cup, the timings of trains on all lines have been increased by half an hour.
World Cup 2023, Delhi Metro Timings: There is World Cup craze across the country. The Mahakumbh of cricket has started with the England vs New Zealand match on October 5. Delhi Metro has also geared up to take cricket lovers to the stadium. Delhi Metro has increased the timings of the last train of all the lines. In such a situation, passengers can now enjoy the match in the stadium without any worries. World Cup matches will be played at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi.
World Cup 2023, Delhi Metro Timings: Extension in timings of last trains of all lines
According to Delhi Metro, the timings of the last trains of all lines have been extended by half an hour. Delhi Metro has taken this decision for the convenience of the spectators using the metro to watch the Cricket World Cup-2023 matches (day and night) in New Delhi. It is noteworthy that on 11 October 2023, the match between India and Afghanistan will be played at Arun Jaitley Stadium. Let us tell you that the nearest metro stations to Arun Jaitley Stadium are Shaheed Park (Bhagat Singh Terminal), Delhi Gate, Ambedkar Stadium, Mandi House.
World Cup 2023, Delhi Metro Timings: Gujarat Metro had issued special paper tickets
Before Delhi Metro, Gujarat Metro has also announced special paper tickets for ODI World Cup 2023. Not only this, Gujarat Metro will run from 06.20 am in the matches to be held on 14 October, 04 November, 10 November and 19 November. At the same time, the last metro will run at 1 o’clock in the night. Special paper tickets have been fixed at Rs 50 per person. This will be available at the ticket counters of Motera Stadium Metro Station and Sabarmati Metro Stations. These are valid for travel from Motera Metro station to any of the Sabarmati Metro stations.
World Cup 2023, Arun Jaitely Stadium Matches: These matches will be played in Arun Jaitely Stadium Delhi
A total of five matches of the World Cup will be played at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. The fourth match between South Africa and Sri Lanka will be held in Delhi on October 7, 2023. India will face Afghanistan on 11th October. The 13th match will be played between England vs Afghanistan on 15 October 2023, and the 24th match will be played between Australia vs Netherlands on 25 October 2023 at Arun Jaitley Stadium. On 06 November 2023, the 38th match of Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka will be played at Arun Jaitley Stadium.