PCB Signs Hosting Rights Agreement with ICC For ICC Champions Trophy 2025

 

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) signed the hosting rights agreement for the ICC Champions Trophy 2025 with the International Cricket Council (ICC) in Dubai on Friday. The agreement was signed by the Chairman PCB Management Committee Mr. Zaka Ashraf and ICC General Counsel Jonathan Hall at the ICC headquarters.

The ICC Champions Trophy is one of the most prestigious cricketing events in the world, and the PCB is honored to have been granted the hosting rights for it. The tournament will feature the top eight teams in the world, and Pakistan will be the center stage for the event.

The PCB has already informed the government to provide foolproof security to visiting international teams for the Champions Trophy. In a recent meeting with the Chairman PCB Management Committee, Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar assured the security agenciesā€™ cooperation in the successful hosting of the event.

Pakistan has a rich history of cricket, and the country has produced some of the finest cricketers in the world. The PCB is committed to promoting cricket in the country and providing a safe and secure environment for international teams to play in.

The hosting of the ICC Champions Trophy 2025 is a major milestone for Pakistan cricket, and the PCB is fully committed to making it a grand success. The tournament will provide a platform for the world’s best cricketers to showcase their talent, and it will be a moment of pride for the people of Pakistan.

In conclusion, the signing of the hosting rights agreement for the ICC Champions Trophy 2025 is a testament to the PCB’s commitment to promoting cricket and providing a safe and secure environment for international teams to play in Pakistan. The PCB looks forward to welcoming the top eight cricketing nations to Pakistan in 2025.

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