Fondly known as the SMS stadium to locals, the sprawling Sawai Mansingh Stadium was built by Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II. With a capacity of around 30,000, this historic venue has hosted numerous cricket test matches, the most famous being the India v/s Pakistan in 1987. Also in a city where polo is given precedence over any other sport, SMS is a lone stadium that is used for other sporting tournaments. The confines also house a cricket academy, hockey field, badminton court and a swimming pool. The stadium has restricted entry and is open to the general public only during sports tournaments, so it makes sense to call ahead for details.