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Islamabad to Get International Standard Cricket and Football Stadium

Islamabad to Get International Standard Cricket Stadium

In a major development for sports enthusiasts in Islamabad, the government has announced plans to build international standard cricket and football stadiums in the city. The announcement was made by Noor-ul-Amin Mengal, chairman of the Capital Development Authority (CDA).

The new stadiums are part of the government’s efforts to promote sports and provide better facilities to athletes in the country. The cricket stadium will have a seating capacity of 50,000 spectators, while the football stadium will have a capacity of 25,000. Both stadiums will be built on the outskirts of Islamabad, in areas that are easily accessible to the public.

The chairman stated that the stadiums will be equipped with modern facilities, including floodlights, scoreboards, and media boxes. She added that the stadiums will be designed to meet international standards and will be suitable for hosting major international sporting events.

The construction of the stadiums is expected to begin in the coming months, with completion slated for the next few years. The government has allocated a budget of PKR 10 billion for the project, which will be funded by the federal and provincial governments.

This development has been welcomed by sports enthusiasts across the countries, who have long been demanding better facilities for athletes. The new stadiums will not only provide better facilities for athletes but will also help promote sports tourism in the country.

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