Multan Cricket Stadium

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"Multan Cricket Stadium"
Multan Cricket Stadium
Ground information
Coordinates30°10′15″N 71°31′29″E / 30.17083°N 71.52472°E / 30.17083; 71.52472Coordinates: 30°10′15″N 71°31′29″E / 30.17083°N 71.52472°E / 30.17083; 71.52472
Capacity30,000 [1]
OwnerPakistan Cricket Board
OperatorSouthern Punjab Cricket Association
TenantsPakistan national cricket team
Southern Punjab cricket team
Multan Sultans
End names
Main Pavilion End
North Pavilion End
International information
First Test29 Aug – 31 Aug 2001:
 Pakistan v  Bangladesh
Last Test19 Nov – 23 Nov 2006:
 Pakistan v  West Indies
First ODI9 Sep 2003:
 Pakistan v  Bangladesh
Last ODI16 Apr 2008:
 Pakistan v  Bangladesh
As of 29 August 2013
Source: Multan Cricket Stadium, Cricinfo

Multan Cricket Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan, owned by the Pakistan Cricket Board.[2] The stadium is located off Vehari Road, in the suburbs of Multan. It is the second largest cricket stadium in Pakistan with a capacity of 30,000.[3] It hosted its first test match in 2001, Pakistan against Bangladesh for the Asian Test Championship. The stadium hosts both forms of international cricket, Test cricket and One Day International.

The ground was inaugurated in 2001 as a replacement for the Ibn-e-Qasim Bagh Stadium located in the heart of Multan. Floodlights were recently installed to make day/night cricket matches possible. The first day/night game played at this ground was between arch-rivals India and Pakistan.

In April 2018, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced that the venue, along with several others in the country, would get a makeover to get them ready for future international matches and fixtures in the Pakistan Super League.[4]


  • First Test: Aug 29–31, 2001 – Pakistan v Bangladesh.
  • First ODI: Sep 9, 2003 – Pakistan v Bangladesh.


  • Highest Team Total: 675/5d India vs Pakistan, 2003/04
  • Lowest Team Total: 134 Bangladesh vs Pakistan, 2001/02
  • Highest Run Chase Achieved: 262/9 Pakistan vs Bangladesh, 2003/04
  • Highest Individual Score: 309 Virender Sehwag India vs Pakistan, 2003/04
  • Highest Partnership: 336 Sachin Tendulkar & Virender Sehwag India vs Pakistan, 2003/04
A view of Multan cricket stadium from outside

One Day International[edit]

  • Highest team total: 323–2 Pakistan v Bangladesh
  • Lowest team total: 148 Zimbabwe v Pakistan
  • Highest Run Chase Achieved:
  • Highest Run Chase (Won or Loss):
  • Highest individual score:116 Yasir Hameed Pakistan v Bangladesh
  • Highest partnership:

See also[edit]


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  2. ^ "PCB team to visit Bugti Stadium next week". Pakistan Cricket Board. Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  3. ^
  4. ^ "Pakistan plans makeover for stadiums". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 17 April 2018.

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