Inaugurated on the 4th of March, 2008, the DY Patil stadium is situated in the DY Patil campus in Nerul area of Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra. Designed by the famous architect Hafeez Contractor, the stadium is located in the sector 7 region, and has a maximum seating capacity of 55,000. The stadium is designed for both cricket and football matches, and has hosted many matches for both IPL and ISL- the leading Indian leagues for both sports.
Navi Mumbai is located off the western coast of Maharashtra. Most connecting routes from Mumbai to the DY Patil stadium are easily accessible via Andheri. The distance between Andheri and the stadium by road is 28.9 km, and it takes less than half an hour to drive between the places. The stadium can be reached either by roadways or railways. Buses from Andheri to DY Patil stadium frequently operate from Agarkar Chowk Station and are operated by the Bombay Electric Supply Transport. These buses can also be accessed from the stations Vikhroli, Vikhroli East, RTO Ghatkopar, and Nerul Naka. NMMT buses also operate every four hours between Maharashtra Nagar and Nerul Naka. The line 1 metro, subways, and local trains also operate between these spots and can be accessed conveniently at regular intervals of between 15 to 25 minutes every day. The train station closest to the stadium is the Nerul station. Besides these, taxi services are also functional, and reaching the stadium from around Andheri takes between 35 minutes to an hour.
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