Wednesday , August 17 2022

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Calendar for the Domestic Season 2022-23

Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has released the calendar for the domestic season 2022-23. The domestic cricket season will begin with the 33-match National T20 Cup, which will be played in Rawalpindi and Multan. The tournament will continue from August 30 to September 19. In this style of cricket, the Cricket Associations Cup consisting of Second XI teams will be played in Quetta from September 2 to 15.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Calendar for the Domestic Season 2022-23

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Calendar for the Domestic Season 2022-23

The Quaid-e-Azam Trophy will be played from September 27 to November 30. 31 matches of the tournament will be played in Abbottabad, Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Karachi. Second XI teams of 6 cricket associations will also compete in the Cricket Associations Championship held in the same cities from September 27 to November 23.

The season will end with the Pakistan Cup. This 33-match tournament will be played from December 10 to January 3 in Karachi. The Cricket Associations Challenge of Second XI teams will also be played in Karachi from December 10 to 29. A total of 187 matches will be played in this 127-day season from August 30 to January 3.

Nadeem Khan said that last year he allowed each cricket association to field two of its teams in U-19 cricket and this time he is organizing all the three tournaments of second eleven teams of all cricket associations on double league basis. So that the players can be given maximum opportunities to express their skills.

PCB Domestic Calendar for 2022-23

 

Sr.NO Cup Date Vanue
01 National T20 Cup 30 August to 19 September Rawalpindi and Multan
02 Cricket Associations T20 2nd to 15th September Quetta
03 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy September 27 to November 30 Abbottabad, Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Karachi
04 Cricket Associations Championship September 27 to November 23 Abbottabad, Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Karachi
05 Pakistan Cup December 10 to January 3 Karachi
06 Cricket Associations Challenge 10 to 29 December Karachi