PSL 2023 Schedule, PSL 8 Start Date, Venues, Teams, Tickets

PSL 2023 Schedule, PSL 8 Start Date, Venues, Teams, Tickets

PSL Schedule 2023, the management of the Pakistan Super League has announced the schedule for the upcoming season of the tournament.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced the HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2023 schedule and the date of its draft. The HBL PSL 2023 will kick off with an exciting match between the defending champions Multan Sultans and the PSL 2020 champions Karachi Kings on Thursday, January 27.

Quetta Gladiators will face Peshawar Zalmi in the second match of the event the following day. Lahore Qalandars will begin their campaign against Multan Sultan. Meanwhile, Islamabad United will play its first game against Peshawar Zalmi.

Pakistan Super League 8th Edition 2023 will bring a lot of entertainment for cricket fans in Pakistan. 

There will be world-class all-rounders, batsmen, bowlers, and fielders as participants of the Pakistan Super League 2022 8th Edition.

Here, get all details related to the PSL schedule, PSL 8 Start Date teams, cricket venues, points table, tickets,  PSL 2023 Schedule, PSL 8 Start Date & Time, Pakistan Super League Schedule 2022 partners, etc.

PSL 8 Start Date

The start date of the PSL 8 edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL T20) 2023 is scheduled to be held in February and March 2022 The Pakistan super league timetable feature six teams and 34 matches across the month. All the matches are to be played in Pakistan across three venu

Fixture and Event schedule (Day matches to start at 2 pm; Night matches to start at 7 pm; Friday’s double-headers to start at 3 pm and 8 pm, respectively).

PSL 2023 Schedule with Date & time Full

Note: This will be updated when new Schedule annouced.

Fixture and Event schedule (Day matches to start at 2 pm; Night matches to start at 7 pm; Friday’s double-headers to start at 3 pm and 8 pm, respectively).

DateMatchTime (PST)Venue
09 Feb, WedKarachi Kings vs Multan Sultans8:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
09 Feb, WedQuetta Gladiators vs Peshawar Zalmi7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
09 Feb, WedMultan Sultans vs Lahore Qalandars2:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
09 Feb, WedKarachi Kings vs Quetta Gladiators7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
10 Feb, ThuPeshawar Zalmi vs Islamabad United2:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
10 Feb, ThuKarachi Kings vs Lahore Qalandars7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
10 Feb, ThuQuetta Gladiators vs Multan Sultans7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
10 Feb, ThuIslamabad United vs Multan Sultans7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
10 Feb, ThuPeshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qalandars7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
11 Feb, FriQuetta Gladiators vs Islamabad United7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
11 Feb, FriKarachi Kings vs Peshawar Zalmi7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
11 Feb, FriIslamabad United vs Lahore Qalandars2:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
11 Feb, FriPeshawar Zalmi vs Multan Sultans7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
12 Feb, SatKarachi Kings vs Islamabad United7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
12 Feb, SatQuetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars7:00 PMNational Stadium, Karachi
12 Feb, SatMultan Sultans vs Peshawar Zalmi7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
12 Feb, SatLahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
12 Feb, SatIslamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
13 Feb, SunPeshawar Zalmi vs Karachi Kings2:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
13 Feb, SunLahore Qalandars vs Quetta Gladiators7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
14 Feb, MonIslamabad United vs Karachi Kings7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
15 Feb, TuePeshawar Zalmi vs Quetta Gladiators7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
16 Feb, WedMultan Sultans vs Karachi Kings7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
17 Feb, ThuIslamabad United vs Peshawar Zalmi7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
18 Feb, FriMultan Sultans vs Quetta Gladiators3:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
18 Feb, FriLahore Qalandars vs Karachi Kings8:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
19 Feb, SatLahore Qalandars vs Islamabad United7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
20 Feb, SunQuetta Gladiators vs Karachi Kings2:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
20 Feb, SunMultan Sultans vs Islamabad United7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
21 Feb, MonLahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
23 Feb, WedLahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans (Qualifier)7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
24 Feb, ThuPeshawar Zalmi vs Islamabad United (Eliminator 1)7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
25 Feb, FriLahore Qalandars vs Islamabad United (Eliminator 2)7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore
19 Mar, SunLahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans (Final)7:00 PMGaddafi Stadium, Lahore

PSL 2023 History

PSL stands for Pakistan Super League. Pakistan Super League is a T20 format cricket league of Pakistan, it was started in 2016 with 5 teams (Islamabad United, Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalanders, Peshawar Zalmi, and Quetta Gladiators) and now has another team (Multan Sultans) which made a debut in PSL 2018.

Pakistan Super League is a domestic league of Pakistan very Similar to the Indian Premier League (IPL) and Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

PSL 2023 Teams

  1. Quetta Gladiators
  2. Islamabad United
  3. Karachi Kings
  4. Multan Sultans
  5. Peshawar Zalmi
  6. Lahore Qalandars

PSL 2023 Venues

This time 4 venue of Pakistan is selected for the PSL 2022 Match. Fans will be allowed.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced that the locations of PSL 2023 matches are Lahore and Karachi. All matches of Pakistan Super League 2023 will be played in Pakistan and Pakistani Cricket Fans are very Desperate to See their Heroes playing in front of them.

PSL 2022 Tickets

Tickets for the next edition of the Pakistan Super League will go on sale just a few weeks before the start of the tournament. If the Covid-19 situation does not deteriorate, a full-capacity crowd will be allowed. We will update the information on the tickets once PCB announces the details. Keep visiting this page to receive news on the latest developments.

PSL 2023 teams Final squads:

Islamabad United 

(Sunday’s picks) – Colin Munro (New Zealand, Platinum), Marchant de Lange (South Africa) (Diamond), Danish Aziz, Muhammad Akhlaq (both Pakistan), Reece Topley (England), , Zafar Gohar (Pakistan) (all Silver), Mubasir Khan, Zeeshan Zameer (Emerging), Athar Mehmood (Pakistan) and Rehmanullah Gurbaz (Afghanistan) (both Supplementary)

Final squad: Asif Ali, Colin Munro, Hasan Ali (both Platinum), Faheem Ashraf, Marchant De Lange, Shadab Khan (Brand Ambassador), Alex Hales (Mentor), Azam Khan, Mohammad Wasim Jnr (all Gold), Danish Aziz, Mohammad Akhlaq, Paul Stirling, Reece Topley, Zafar Gohar (all Silver), Mubasir Khan, Zeeshan Zameer (both Emerging), Rehmanullah Gurbaz and Ather Mehmood (both Supplementary)

Karachi Kings 

(Sunday’s picks) – Chris Jordan (England, Platinum), Lewis Gregory (England, Diamond), Mohammad Imran, Rohail Nazir (both Pakistan), Tom Abell (England), Umaid Asif (Pakistan) (all Silver), Faisal Akram, Qasim Akram (both Emerging), Romario Shepherd (West Indies) and Talha Ahsan (both Supplementary)

Final squad: Babar Azam, Chris Jordan, Imad Wasim (all Platinum), Mohammad Amir, Lewis Gregory, Mohammad Nabi (all Diamond), Joe Clarke (Brand Ambassador), Aamir Yamin, Sharjeel Khan (all both Gold), Mohammad Ilyas, Mohammad Imran, Rohail Nazir, Tom Abell, Umaid Asif (all Silver), Faisal Akram, Qasim Akram (Emerging), Romario Shepherd and Talha Ahsan (both Supplementary)

Lahore Qalandars 

(Sunday’s picks) – Fakhar Zaman (Pakistan, Platinum), Abdullah Shafique (Pakistan), Harry Brook, Phil Salt (both England) (all Gold), Dean Foxcroft (South Africa), Kamran Ghulam (Pakistan) (both silver), Maaz Khan, Zaman Khan (both Emerging), Samit Patel and Syed Faridoum Mehmood (Pakistan) (England) (Supplementary)

Final squad: Fakhar Zaman, Rashid Khan, Shaheen Shah Afridi,  (all Platinum), Haris Rauf (Diamond, Brand Ambassador), David Wiese, Mohammad Hafeez (both Diamond), Abdullah Shafique, Harry Brook, Phil Salt (all Gold), Ahmed Daniyal, Dean Foxcroft, Sohail Akhtar, Kamran Ghulam, Zeeshan Ashraf (all Silver), Maaz Khan, Zaman Khan (both Emerging), Samit Patel and Syed Faridoum Mehmood (Supplementary)

Multan Sultans 

(Sunday’s picks) – Tim David (Australia, Platinum), Odean Smith (West Indies, Diamond), Asif Afridi, Anwar Ali, Imran Khan Snr, Rumman Raees (all Pakistan), Rovman Powell (West Indies) (all Silver), Aamer Azmat, Abbas Afridi (both Emerging), Blessing Muzarabani (Zimbabwe) and Ihsanullah (Pakistan) (Supplementary)

Final squad: Tim David, Mohammad Rizwan, Rilee Rossouw (all Platinum), Imran Tahir (Mentor), Odean Smith (both Diamond), Sohaib Maqsood (Diamond), Khushdil Shah (Brand Ambassador), Shahnawaz Dahani, Shan Masood (all Gold), Anwar Ali, Asif Afridi, Imran Khan Snr, Rumman Raees Rovman Powell (all Silver), Aamer Azmat, Abbas Afridi (both Emerging), Blessing Muzarabani and Ihsanullah (Supplementary)

Peshawar Zalmi 

(Sunday’s picks) – Hazratullah Zazai (Afghanistan, Platinum), Usman Qadir (Pakistan, Gold), Arshad Iqbal, Kamran Akmal, Salman Irshad, Sameen Gul (all Pakistan) (all Silver), Sirajuddin, Mohammad Aamer (Emerging), Ben Cutting (Australia) and Mohammad Haris (Pakistan) (both Supplementary)

Final squad: Hazratulah Zazai, Liam Livingstone, Wahab Riaz (all Platinum), Haider Ali, Sherfane Rutherford, Shoaib Malik (all Diamond), Hussain Talat (Gold), Saqib Mahmood (Gold, Brand Ambassador),, Usman Qadir (Gold), Arshad Iqbal, Kamran Akmal (Mentor), Salman Irshad, Sameen Gul, Tom Kohler-Cadmore (all Silver), Mohammad Aamer, Sirajuddin (Emerging), Ben Cutting and Mohammad Haris (both Supplementary)

Quetta Gladiators

(Sunday’s picks) – Jason Roy (England, Platinum), James Faulkner (Australia, Diamond), Ben Duckett (England), Khurram Shehzad (Pakistan), Naveen-ul-Haq (Afghanistan), Sohail Tanvir, Umar Akmal (both Pakistan) (Silver), Abdul Wahid Bangalzai, Ashar Qureshi, (Emerging), Ahsan Ali (Pakistan) and Noor Ahmed (Pakistan) (Supplementary)

Final squad: James Vince, Jason Roy, Sarfaraz Ahmed (all Platinum), Iftikhar Ahmed, James Faulkner, Mohammad Nawaz (all Diamond), Shahid Afridi (Mentor), Mohammad Hasnain (Brand Ambassador), Naseem Shah (all Gold), Ben Duckett, Khurram Shehzad, Naveen-Ul-Haq, Sohail Tanvir, Umar Akmal (all Silver), Abdul Wahid Bangalzai, Ashar Qureshi (Emerging), Ahsan Ali and Noor Ahmed (Supplementary)

FAQs About PSL 2023 Schedule?

Who was the first winner of PSL?

Islamabad United has won the inaugural edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) beating Quetta Gladiators by 6 wickets.

When Pakistan Super League Launched?

Pakistan Super League was founded on 9 September 2015 with 5 teams.

Who founded the Pakistan Super League (PSL)?

Pakistan Super League was founded by PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board).

Who is the highest run-scorer in PSL (Pakistan Super League)?

Kamran Akmal scored the most runs in PSL (Pakistan Super League) with 1286 in 46 innings.

Who is the highest wicket-taker in PSL (Pakistan Super League?

Wahab Riaz took the most wickets in PSL. He has 65 wickets in just 44 innings.

Where can I watch Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2023?

You can watch PSL 2023 on PTV Sports & A Sports.

Summary

Here, get all details related to the PSL schedule, PSL 8 Start Date teams, cricket venues, points table, tickets,  PSL 2023 Schedule, PSL 8 Start Date & Time, Pakistan Super League Schedule 2022 partners, etc.

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