A tour of Mumbai's cricket landmarks

From the late 19th century, the city has been central to the history of the game in India - as a walk through downtown will show

Maelstrom on the coast

Mumbai's predominant colour may be grey, but dull is the last thing it is

On the Tendulkar trail

Retrace the footsteps of a legend in the city with India's richest cricketing history

Bombay as she was

From the airy lounges of Brabourne's pavilion to the charmless, modern edifice that is the Wankhede Stadium

Forest essential

Mumbai's concrete sprawl hides some remarkable - and invaluable - green spaces

Meet Wankhede's North Stand Gang

The spectator experience in Indian stadiums can often be unpleasant. One group of fans from Mumbai wants to change that one chant at a time

On every street

The many faces of sport in India, through the eyes of its most keen street photographers

The best pubs to watch the IPL at

Big screens, cold brews, great deals - where to get the most out of the ultimate spectator sport

Once upon a maidan

An English photojournalist returns to Mumbai after a decade to see if the city's cricket grounds and its players have changed at all

No second chances in Mumbai

Cricketers in the city have to negotiate insanely crowded trains and epic traffic on their way to practice or games. No wonder they're not the sort who give up easily

Eating around the Wankhede

A guide to navigating the food hotspots around the South Mumbai stadium


Seaside sorties

There are nice walks to be taken, food to be eaten, and trains to be caught (if you dare), says Ajit Agarkar

Where Indian cricket was born

The maidans of the commercial capital have been the cradle of the game in the country

Going native

From kachcha limbu to scooter, street cricket in India has evolved its own hyperlocal lexicon