Three children received minor injuries on Friday when crowd hustled into the Fatullah stadium to see the warm-up match between visiting South Africa and Bangladesh Cricket Board XI. The entry was free for the game which had prompted many local people to flock to the stadium in their hundreds to see World Cup semi-finalists South Africans in action against
Bangabandhu National Stadium and Fatullah stadium got a pass mark from the visiting Argentine inspection team as the match and practice venues respectively for the September 6 international friendly between Argentina and Nigeria.
A three-member high-profile delegation from Argentina, headed by assistant coach
Dhaka is all set to welcome the titans of world soccer, the Argentinean and Nigerian national football teams, for the FIFA friendly international match to be staged on September 6, at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka. Organised by the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF), the match was titled ‘Beximco Football Fest’, as the country’s biggest corporate house came forward to provide the all financial
After the rigours and hectic pace of Mirpur’s Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Fatullah is a sigh of relief. The ground is reached through a narrow road that trails off from the Dhaka-Narayanganj highway, lending the approach an almost rustic feel.
Yesterday, as the World Cup warm-up match between England and Pakistan started,
There is a lot of work left to be done around the Fatullah Cricket Stadium, venue for two warm-up matches of the World Cup.
The first of the matches, between Canada and England, will be held on February 16 and with less than a week away, the local authorities including a high-level official have claimed of