Perbadanan Kemajuan Negari Selangor
is a multi-purpose sports facility in Kuala Lumpur
which is used for cricket and football. Its first recorded use for cricket purposes came in 1991 when the ground hosted a match between Malaysia
in the Saudara Cup.
In 1997, the ground held ten matches in the ICC Trophy.The following year it held its first List A match when Australia
as part of the cricket competition at the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Six further List A matches were played there during the games, the last of which saw the final played between Australia and South Africa
.This match also saw the highest recorded attendance for a cricket match in Malaysia, with 7,532 witnessing a South African victory.