Pakistan national under-19 cricket team

Pakistan U-19 cricket team
Captain: Gohar Hafeez
Coach: Muhammad Masroor
Owner: Pakistan Cricket Board
Home ground: Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Manager: Ali Zia
First-class debut: India
in 1979
at Wankhede Stadium, Bombay

Pakistan Under-19 cricket team are twice (2004 and 2006) Cricket World Champions at the under-19 level. Their second win made them the first and to date (February 2011) only back-to-back champions. They recently played U-19 Cricket World Cup and finished at 2nd place.[1]

Current team

Pakistan's squad was announced on 19 December 2015.[2]

Coach: Muhammad Masroor

Player Date of Birth Batting Bowling style
Gauhar Hafeez (c) 26 December 1999 (aged 16) Left
Ahmad Shafiq 18 December 1997 (aged 18) Left Left-arm orthodox
Arsal Sheikh 22 January 1997 (aged 19) Right Right-arm off spin
Hasan Khan 16 October 1998 (aged 17) Left Left-arm orthodox
Hasan Mohsin 11 January 1998 (aged 18) Right Right-arm leg spin
Masood Raza 5 October 1962 (aged 53) Right Right-arm off spin
Mohammad Umar 10 December 1998 (aged 17) Right
Muhammad Asad 8 August 1998 (aged 17)
Saif Ali 27 October 1997 (aged 18) Right
Saif Badar 3 July 1998 (aged 17) Right Right-arm leg spin
Salman Fayyaz 11 August 1997 (aged 18) Left Right-arm leg spin
Sameen Gul 4 February 1999 (aged 16) Right Right-arm medium
Shadab Khan 4 October 1998 (aged 17) Right
Umair Masood (wk) 7 December 1997 (aged 18) Right
Zeeshan Malik 26 December 1996 (aged 19) Right Right-arm off spin

U-19 World Cup Record

Year Venue Round
1988  Australia Runners-Up
1998  South Africa 7th place
2000  Sri Lanka 3rd place
2002  New Zealand 8th place
2004  Bangladesh Champions
2006  Sri Lanka Champions
2008  Malaysia 3rd place
2010  New Zealand Runners-Up
2012  Australia 8th place
2014  UAE Runners-Up
2016  Bangladesh 5th place

U-19 Asia Cup Record

Year Venue Round
2012  Malaysia Champions
2014  UAE Runners Up


They won the 2004 U/19 Cricket World Cup by defeating the West Indies in the final in Dhaka in Bangladesh, Pakistan have won first Under-19 World Cup after beating West Indies in a tight finish in Dhaka, Pakistan Won by 25 runs. under the captaincy of Khalid Latif.


They won the 2006 U/19 Cricket World Cup by defeating the India in the final in Colombo in Sri Lanka, when they successfully defended a low total of 109 runs by dismissing the Indian batting lineup for 71 runs and became the first team to defend the U-19 World Cup.


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