Faisalabad Wolves

Country Pakistan Pakistan
City Punjab
Founded 2006

The ‘’’Faisalabad Wolves’’’ or also known as Interloop Wolves Faisalabad is a Pakistan Super League team. This team is based in Punjab, located in Faisalabad, Pakistan. Established in 2006, its home ground is Iqbal Stadium. The colors of the team jersey are Green and Dark Green respectively.

The Coach of Faisalabad Wolves team is Wasim Haider and the Captain is Misbah-ul-Haq. The manager of this team is Tariq Fareed. Moreover, the Faisalabad Wolves Team is known as one of the many proposed franchises for the Pakistan Super League. Its overseas player is Mohammad Ramzan and coach is Sadiq Muhammad.

Iqbal Stadium has a capacity of 25,000 seating arrangement and its previous names include National Stadium, Lyallpur Stadium and City Stadium. The present name, honors Pakistani poet, Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal. Till date, the stadium has hosted 25 test matches and 14 One Day Internationals. This stadium attracts lots of crowds during the spring season when there are regional matches like Twenty-20 Cup. This ground has hosted matches for the 1987 and 1996 Cricket World Cup.

Major Achievements

In 2005, against Somerset Sabres, Faisalabad Wolves won the match by 30 runs in the International 20-20 club championship. Held in Leicester, this match man of the match was Mohammad Hafeez. Later on, in 2006 at the ABN-AMRO Cup final, Gold League, Faisalabad Wolves again won by 7 wickets against Lahore Eagles, at National Stadium in Karachi. In 2009, 25th May, Faisalabad Wolves played against Quetta Bears at Lahore City Cricket Association of the Royal Bank of Scotland Twenty-20 Cup. In this match, the Quetta Bears lost by 101 runs.

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Team Roster

Name Role
Ehsan Adil Pakistan all-rounder

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