Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium is located at Gahunje near Pune, India. It serves as the home stadium for Pune Warriors India - the Indian Premier League team and is also the headquarters of the Maharashtra Cricket Association. Built with a modern outlook and state of the art facilities, the stadium will seat about 36000 eager spectators for the IPL season 2013,
The stadium features a terrace surrounding the pitch, where spectators can sit. Four stands surround the terrace, accessed via a wide pedestrian concourse, with the gaps between the stands allowing light in and spectators to enjoy the surrounding views. Upper levels include further seating for spectators, a members' pavilion, hospitality boxes, and facilities for broadcasting and press. Parking is provided on surrounding land. Membrane roofs provide shade from the sun.
Sahara India Pariwar hosted a grand opening ceremony ahead of their first home match against Kings XI Punjab to inaugurate the new Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium in Pune on 8th April 2012.
The first Twenty20 International match at the stadium was played between India and England on December 20th, 2012.