Bahria Town has launched several projects which have been directly, one of the most prominent is their entry in media field and the other one has just came out of the curtains. As many of you know we are talking about Bahria Town’s latest project Rafi Cricket Stadium, which will be Pakistan’s largest International Stadium.

Rafi Cricket Stadium with having capacity of 50,000 spectators will be built soon by the Bahria Town Karachi in Bahria Sports City. This will be three-level stadium that will build as per the ICC standards. So far the design of the stadium is unveiled and people are going crazy for it.

As we know that cricket is one of the most followed passions of Pakistanis, meanwhile the news of such a phenomenal stadium is not less than a surprise gift for the cricket fans out in the country.

Sources also told that sports academy will also be constituted at the stadium, under which the international stars will be coaching young cricketing talent of Pakistan.

The stadium is designed by GMP Architects Germany, the official signing between Bahria Town and German company took place in Ferburay.

Speaking over the design launch of Rafi Stadium, Bahria CEO Ali Riaz said,“It is an honour to build Pakistan’s largest cricket stadium in Karachi. The project will help in encouraging sports as well as tourism in the country.”

Bahria Town Karachi’s Rafi Cricket Stadium Design

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  1. Soon we will build a new 1 Lac Capacity cricket stadium in Islamabad Pakistan

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