The World Cup Final in India is being staged in a new venue, a new stadium and a new name.
In a move that will be welcomed by Indian cricket fans, the final will be held at the new stadium built for the event at the stadium on the outskirts of Mumbai.
The stadium has been constructed to host the game of the 2019 World Cup, which is being held in India, and is set to be completed in 2022.
The venue is part of a planned expansion of the Mumbai Cricket Stadium, which was designed to host international cricket games for at least the next decade.
The Mumbai Cricket Ground is also scheduled to host a Twenty20 World Cup in 2019.
The final will take place on June 4 in the stadium, which has a capacity of 6,500 and is slated to be ready by 2021.
The decision was taken after consultation with the Indian government, BCCI, the players association and the International Cricket Council.
The players association, which will host the final, had also expressed interest in staging a final in the new venue.
“We are keen on a World Cup World Cup.
We have already given the go-ahead for the development of a new ground at the Mumbai cricket stadium,” BCCI chief Anurag Thakur told reporters on Wednesday.
The new stadium will also accommodate an extra 30,000 people for the game.
BCCI is also working on a new agreement with the city of Mumbai to redevelop the stadium into a cricket stadium.
“We have given the nod to build the new Stadium in the Mumbai stadium area and have been in negotiations with the City of Mumbai,” BCCL chief Anil Agarwal said.
The deal for the new Mumbai Stadium will also be the first in the country for the staging of a World War II match.
India, which won the tournament in the first Test of the first ODI series in the United Arab Emirates, is currently the host nation for the final.
The tournament is expected to be played on July 15-16 in New Delhi.