Arbab Niaz Stadium
- Not to be confused with the Niaz Stadium in Hyderabad.
|Owner||Sports Board Khyber Pakhtunkhwa|
|Operator||District Cricket Association (As Lessee)|
|Tenants||Peshawar Zalmi, Peshawar cricket team, Peshawar Panthers, DCA, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan|
|First Test||8–11 Sep 1995:
Pakistan v Sri Lanka
|Last Test||27–30 Aug 2003:
Pakistan v Bangladesh
|First ODI||2 Nov 1984:
Pakistan v India
|Last ODI||6 Feb 2006:
Pakistan v India
|As of 29 August 2009
Overview and history
Arbab Niaz Stadium is a Test cricket ground in Peshawar, Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is the home ground for Peshawar Zalmi. It replaced the Peshawar Club Ground as the home ground for the Peshawar cricket team in 1985. The ground has hosted 17 ODIs since 1984 (most recently on 6th February 2006, between Pakistan vs India where Pakistan won by 18 runs by Duckworth–Lewis method), and seven Test matches since 1995, most recently in 2003. The ground has a seating capacity of 20,000.
- Pakistan Cricket Board
- List of Test cricket grounds
- List of stadiums in Pakistan
- List of cricket grounds in Pakistan
- List of sports venues in Karachi
- List of sports venues in Lahore
- List of sports venues in Faisalabad
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