Gaddafi Stadium, recently known as Lahore Stadium is a cricket stadium in Lahore, Pakistan and the home ground of Lahore Qalandars. It is claimed by the Pakistan Cricket Board. With a limit of 27,000, it is the fourth biggest cricket stadium of Pakistan. Gaddafi Stadium was the main in Pakistan to be furnished with current floodlights having their own backup power generators. The central command of the Pakistan Cricket Board are arranged at Gaddafi Stadium, consequently making it the home of the Pakistan public cricket crew. It was planned by Russian-conceived Pakistan draftsman and structural specialist Nasreddin Murat-Khan, and built by Mian Abdul Khaliq and Company in 1959. The stadium was redesigned for the 1996 Cricket World Cup when it facilitated the last. Notwithstanding Pakistan home games and worldwide matches, the Gaddafi Stadium has likewise facilitated a few matches of the Pakistan Super Association, with the first being the last of the 2017 version. In Walk 2022, the PCB started the cycle to change the name of the Gaddafi Stadium to the name of another backer for monetary reasons.