Formation of Pakistan Women Blind Cricket team by shortlisting 25 probables

Australia supports cricketing first


The Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan, Margaret Adamson, and the Chairman of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council, Syed Sultan Shah, today announced the formation of Pakistan’s first blind cricket team for women and girls.

“Australia and Pakistan share a passion for cricket, so we are happy to support the Pakistan Blind Cricket Council’s efforts to bring women and girls living with disabilities into the sport,” Ms Adamson said.

Inauguration of Women Blind Cricket Training Camp Phase-II

Women Blind Cricket Training Camp Phase-II

Amir Ishfaq has been named as PCB Player of the Year 2017-18

Amir Ishfaq, who scored 208 runs vs Australia in 5th Blind Cricket World Cup 201

Interloop Women Blind Cricket Training and Coaching Camp

Interloop Women Blind Cricket Training and Coaching Camp


Chairman’s Message

Image of Chairmen PBCC

Working to promote cricket for the blind, to me and my team is much more than merely a game of recreation or pleasure. It is a tool of confidence, competition, overcoming obstacles and a life lesson for the blind community. In this context, the mission of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) under my guidance is to serve the blind community by enhancing the opportunities to play cricket. Using cricket as a tool, we have indeed, revolutionized the lives of blind people as we dedicate our lives in strengthening and promoting this cause. It marits mentioning here that Pakistan blind cricket team remains the top ranked and holds a total of 19 world records in international cricket. Read more...

Women Blind Cricket:

Following the successful completion of Phase-1 of Women Blind Cricket Development Camp from 30th June to 5th July 2018, PBCC has decided to give another opportunity to remaining Girls with visual impairment who missed the first phase to get the training and avail a chance to get selected for Pakistan Women Blind Cricket Team.

Registration of 2nd Phase of Women Blind Cricket Development Camp has been started. Interested girls/ladies may download the attached Registration Form and send it to PBCC before 15th August 2018.

Eligibility Criteria:
 Totally Blind and low vision having Visual Acuity up to 6/60 or Visual field maximum up to 20 degrees are eligible to apply.

Registration deadline:
 15th August 2018. No extension in the date will be given so don’t miss the opportunity and apply now.

For further Information, please contact PBCC Office, Landline: 042 37809210, 37814319


Download Registration form for Women Blind Cricket Form Phase-2