National Stadium Karachi
'Cricket comes home' - A look inside National Stadium Karachi

National Stadium Karachi, a historic arena in world cricket has undergone a massive facelift ahead of the final eight games of Pakistan Super League season four.

The venue has given a delightful makeover with colourful stands, fresh grass and white Teflon Fabric roof.

Dressing rooms, umpire’s rooms, referee room, physiotherapy room, broadcasters and media boxes have also been refurbished.

Approx eighty high-definition and night vision cameras -10 rotating and 70 fixed – have also been installed to monitor the happenings in the ground for security purpose.

A foreign team of cameramen and broadcasters who installed the equipment in the ground to cover the mega event said that the excitement level is extremely high,

“It’s going to be an amazing event as it is big as IPL and it’s getting bigger,” he told ARY.

The other foreigner who supplied the equipment said that he came here [in Pakistan] two weeks ago, he feels safe here and hasn’t faced any kind of problem.

The broadcasting company has installed 33 cameras along with Hawk-Eye at the stadium. Spider cam is also installed to capture the live action.

National Stadium Karachi will host eight matches including the final of the tournament starting from 9th March until 17th March.

Having the capacity of almost 33,000 crowds, the historical venue of the cricket city is ready to roar once again.