A cricket field consists of a large green grassy ground on which the asia most favorite game of cricket is played; this is apparently an oval although most cricket stadiums would more correctly be described either as a convex set or as a convex polygon with an never-ending number of sides. Cricket stadium can be approximately perfectly circular, but they will have totally curved boundaries, almost without exception. There are no fixed dimensions for the field but its diameter usually varies between 450 feet (137 m) and 500 feet (150 m). Cricket is extraordinary among major sports game (along with Golf, Australian rules football and baseball) in that there is no authorized rule for a fixed-shape stadium for professional sports games. On most cricket grounds, a rope demarcates the edge of the field and is recognized as the boundary.
ICC International cricket council standard Cricket Ground size Maximum and Minimum
The ICC(International cricket council) Standard Playing circumstances define the minimum and maximum size of the playing surface/pitch for international matches. Law 19.1 of ICC Test match Playing Conditions states:
Cricket Field Playing area measurement
“The playing area shall be a minimum of 150 yards (137.16 metres) from boundary to boundary square of the pitch, with the shorter of the two square boundaries being a minimum 65 yards (59.43 metres). The straight boundary at both ends of the pitch shall be a minimum of 70 yards (64.00 metres), measured from the centre of the pitch to be used. In all cases the aim shall be to provide the largest playing area, subject to no boundary exceeding 90 yards (82.29 meters) from the centre of the pitch to be used.”