Zafar Ali Stadium

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Zafar Ali Stadium
Location Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan
Coordinates 30°39′37″N 73°06′00″E / 30.6603°N 73.1001°E / 30.6603; 73.1001Coordinates: 30°39′37″N 73°06′00″E / 30.6603°N 73.1001°E / 30.6603; 73.1001
Owner Pakistan Cricket Board
Capacity 50,000
Surface Grass
Sargodha Cricket Team

Zafar Ali Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan. It is used for Cricket games. The stadium holds 50,000 people. Sahiwal Stadium was renamed as Zafar Ali Stadium in honor of Maulana Zafar Ali Khan, who was one of the leaders in Pakistan Movement and was born in Sahiwal. PTI chairman Imran Khan played his 1st international match in this stadium. Sahiwal also has other indoor and outdoor stadiums. Another cricket stadium in sahiwal is Jinnah Stadium. It is named after Mohammad Ali Jinnah, founder of Pakistan.


There were two One Day International (ODI) Cricket matches were played at Zafar Ali Stadium:

  • First ODI Pakistan v England - Dec 23, 1977 Scorecard
  • Last ODI Pakistan v India - Nov 3, 1978