Coach: Andy Flower
Captain: Shahid Afridi
Ground(s): Multan Cricket Stadium
Multan Sultans is a Pakistani professional Twenty20 franchise cricket team. The team was originally formed in 2017 with the same name. Schön Properties who bought the team in 2017 failed to pay their annual fee of US$5.2 million and thus their contract has expired. Ali Khan Tareen and Taimoor Malik of Multan Consortium are the new owners of the team, who won the rights of the team on 20 December 2018 for US$6.2 million, they decided not to change the name of the team. The team is nominally based in Multan and was formed in 2018 to compete in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Multan Cricket Stadium is the team’s home ground with a capacity of 35,000. In their inaugural season, the team was captained by Shoaib Malik, who is also their current captain Tom Moody and Wasim Akram were appointed as team’s head coach and director respectively. Haider Azhar was the GM- Cricket Operations while Nadeem Khan was the team’s manager. Ahead of 2019 season, Johan Botha, who was serving as assistant coach of the team in 2018 season was appointed as head coach, replacing Tom Moody, who withdrew from his role due to domestic commitments. Ahead of the 2020 PSL, Former England cricket team’s Head coach Andy Flower was appointed as the Head Coach. Ahead of the 2020 PSL, Shahid Afridi is appointed as Captain For PSL 5.
Shoaib Malik and Junaid Khan are the team’s leading run-scorer and leading wicket-taker respectively.