On 2nd December, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced a full-seated capacity for the limited-overs home series versus West Indies after the NCOC approved the board's request for eminent crowd allowance.
The decision in this regard for the Pakistan Super League (PSL 2022) was to be taken in the third week of December, but the PCB chairman, Ramiz Raja took it to Twitter to announce the houseful for fully vaccinated fans for the extravagant league, and the upcoming series.
The terms and conditions, however, apply to the full-seated capacity. The children will also be able to enjoy the matches in case they are fully vaccinated (12+). As the upcoming year is to witness a pile of home series versus Australia, England, and New Zealand, the huge capacity of the aficionados will be able to enjoy the matches from the stadiums. We can expect no empty seat during these encounters following the Pakistani fans' craze.
The tweet reads:
So you heard it boys and girls: a full house has been allowed for fully vaccinated fans and so if you are 12 and over, and want to be part of our best season for years inshallah starting with WI followed by PSL , Aus, England and NZ , please get COVID vaccination done.— Ramiz Raja (@iramizraja) December 5, 2021
The extravaganza is set to start from 27th January as Karachi Kings and Multan Sultans will lock the horns with each other at the National Stadium after the blockbuster opening ceremony.
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