Fatullah Osmani Stadium
|Capacity||18,166 (Seating Capacity)
25,000 (Total Capacity)
|Operator||Bangladesh, Dhaka Division|
|Press Box End
|First Test||9 April - 13 April 2006:
Bangladesh v Australia
|Last Test||10–14 June 2015:
Bangladesh v India
|First ODI||23 March 2006:
Bangladesh v Kenya
|Last ODI||1 March 2014:
Bangladesh v Afghanistan
|First T20I||19 Feb 2016:
Afghanistan v United Arab Emirates
|Last T20I||21 Feb 2016:
Hong Kong v United Arab Emirates
|As of 1 March 2016
Source: Narayanganj Osmani Stadium, Cricinfo
Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium (Bengali: খান সাহেব ওসমান আলী স্টেডিয়াম) is a cricket stadium located in Fatullah, Narayanganj in central Bangladesh. It has a capacity of around 25,000 people. The Field Dimension is 181m X 145 m.
The stadium hosted the last World Cup warm up match between England and Pakistan on 18 February 2011. The stadium is the venue of the 2014 Asia Cup for the first round matches. In Asia Cup 2014 Bangladesh became the first Test nation to lose an ODI against Afghanistan, where Bangladesh lost to Afghanistan by 32 runs. It was also nominated as a practice match venue for 2014 ICC World Twenty20.
Stats and records
As of 6th March 2016 the ground will host:
The smaller ground next to Fatullah Osmani Stadium, the Khan Shaheb Osmani Ali Stadium Outer Ground, has been used for domestic first-class, List A and T20 cricket since 2013-14. The outer ground was first used for the 2016 Asia Cup Twenty20 International tournament qualifying round. The first match of the ground was held between Afghanistan and UAE on 19 February 2016.
- Fatullah stadium approved for internationals Retrieved 18 February 2011
- "বিকল্প ভেন্যু হিসেবে প্রস্তাবিত নারায়ণগঞ্জের ফতুল্লায় খান সাহেব ওসমান আলী স্টেডিয়াম". Daily Janakantha. 20 Aug 2013.
- "Asia Cup - 1st Match, Qualifying Group, AFG v UAE". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 19 February 2016.
- Khan Shaheb Osmani Stadium, Fatullah at Cricket Archive
- Khan Shaheb Osmani Stadium Outer Ground, Fatullah at Cricket Archive
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