The Peshawar Club Ground is a cricket stadium in the city of Peshawar, Pakistan. It was previously known as the Services Ground. Peshawar Club Ground has so far hosted only a single test match; moreover the match was played decades back in 1955 between India and Pakistan. Peshawar Club Ground is the home ground of teams of North West Frontiers and Peshawar Cricket Association. The history of first class cricket at the Peshawar Club Ground began with the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) in the Indian Ranji Trophy. But with the separation of Pakistan in 1949, the NWFP team was admitted into the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. After the Arbab Niaz Stadium was ready in Pakistan, the Peshawar Club Ground was misused and the action moved to the new stadium. It hosted the last match for Peshawar during the 1986-87 domestic season.