Kinrara Academy Oval is a cricket stadium located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in the suburbs of Puchong. Constructed in 2003, the first recorded match on the ground came in 2005 when Bhutan Under-17s played Kuwait Under-17s in the Asian Cricket Council Under-17 Cup.The ground held all the matches seven matches in the 2006-07 DLF Cup played between Australia, India and the West Indies. All of the matches played had One Day International status. Despite having a capacity of 4,000 during these matches, only a few hundred spectators turned up to watch.
Major international cricket hasn't returned since.In 2007, the ground hosted a Youth One Day International series between England Under-19s and Sri Lanka Under-19s, immediately following this series Sri Lanka Under-19s played India Under-19s there. The following year, Malaysia hosted the 2008 Under-19 World Cup and the Kinrara Oval hosted ten Youth One Day International matches during it,including the final between India and South Africa Under-19s,which India won.In September 2011, the ground held seven matches in the World Cricket League Division Seven.