Multan Cricket Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Multan (Punjab, Pakistan) but mostly used for cricket matches and owned by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). It is located off Vehari Road with a capacity of 35,000 and considers as the largest stadium in Pakistan.
The first test match played in this stadium on 29-31 August 2001 was between Pakistan and Bangladesh for the Asian Test Championship. Pakistan vs. West Indies played the last test match on 19-23 November 2006. The stadium hosts both forms of international cricket, ODI and Test cricket.
First ODI held between Pakistan and Bangladesh on 9 September 2003, and the last ODI played by Pakistan and Bangladesh on 16 April 2008.
It is built as a replacement for the Ibn-e-Qasim Bagh Stadium located in the heart of Multan and inaugurated in 2001. Floodlights also installed here to make day/night cricket matches possible. The first day/night game played at this ground was between India and Pakistan. Still, the floodlights were not needed for the inaugural match as India rounded off a quick victory over Pakistan.
- Highest Team Total: 675/5d (India vs Pakistan)
- Lowest Team Total: 134 (Bangladesh vs Pakistan)
- Highest Individual Score: 309 (Virender Sehwag, India vs Pakistan)
- Highest Partnership: 336 (Sachin Tendulkar & Virender Sehwag)
One Day International
- Highest team total: 323–2 (Pakistan vs. Bangladesh)
- Lowest team total: 148 (Zimbabwe vs. Pakistan)
- Highest individual score: 116 (Yasir Hameed, Pakistan vs. Bangladesh)
Off Vehari Road, Gulshane Yousaf, Multan, Punjab
- Official Phone no: 0312 5984319
- Owner: Pakistan Cricket Board
- Capacity: 35000