PTCL to Organize First Ever Inter-Telecom Cricket League

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) is hosting the first ever inter-telecom cricket tournament – Pakistan Telecom Cricket League 2015 – where teams from leading telecom companies will come face-to-face.‎

The tournament will witness teams from PTCL, Ufone, PTA, NTC, Zong, Mobilink, Warid, World Call, Telenor and Wi-Tribe battling to become P.T.C.L (Pakistan Telecom Cricket League) 2015 Champion.

The tournament is aimed at bringing together professionals from telecom sector to challenge each other in a sporting arena and serve as a platform to interact and enjoy the frolic activity along with their families.

The two day fun-filled event – to be held at Shalimar Cricket Ground, Islamabad – offers attractions for the families and kids ranging from food and fun activity stalls, entertainment, music and raffle draw.

The initial round matches will commence from Friday, April 10 while the semi-final and final matches will lead to the closing ceremony on Saturday, April 11 2015.

The game of cricket is not only a sport but a commonly shared national passion of Pakistan.  PTCL is a proud supporter of Pakistan national cricket team and the company also rallied the nation together through ad free streaming of Cricket World Cup 2015 on PTCL SmartTV app.

Sports contribute towards development of healthy societies and PTCL remains at the forefront in organizing various sports events for its employees every year.


  • Jahangir

    Very nice :)

    Will be good if they show these matches on some TV channel too like PTV sports of Geo Super.

  • Noman Ahmed

    this tournament should includes all the LDIs to participate

  • Hussain Siddiqui

    Broadband to theek krlen pehly *ajeeb log*

  • xavi

    I hope the ceo of ptcl gets hit by the ball in the head due to a 6…. so that his brain may get. More sensible…

  • Ahmed Habib

    Lets make a match, we won: PTCL will have to fix the crappy internet service else if they won: we will just put our heads down and use that sleepy service. :-(

  • Arslan

    Where is ZTE and HUAWEI