• Sports
  • Sporting Heroes
  • Cricket


Aitchison offers a wide variety of sports with excellent coaching and playing facilities. Games and sports are played for enjoyment first, although there is always a strong sense of competitiveness in both house and school fixtures. The aim of the Sports Department is to engage all boys in some form of physical activity. Being part of a team has its obvious benefits in promoting healthy relationships and well-being, but leadership, self-respect, confidence, discipline and teamwork are all indispensable parts of the general sporting education. The College has many designated coaches, PT staff and support staff to support a vital whole school programme under the direction of the Head of Games and Sports.

Facilities include:

  • Riding School (3 manages, tent pegging range)
  • 2 Cricket Pavilions
  • 3 Cricket Grounds
  • 3 x 8 Lane Swimming Pools
  • 4 Football Fields
  • 5 Hockey Fields
  • 3 Court Squash Complex
  • 6 Grass, 6 Synthetic and Hard Surface Tennis Courts
  • 3 Basketball Courts
  • Hall for Indoor Training.
  • Grounds and gardens are kept immaculate by a committed and skilled team of groundsmen.

The following sports are offered:

  • Athletics
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Field Hockey
  • Football
  • Lawn Tennis
  • Swimming
  • Water Polo
  • Riding
  • Squash
  • Table Tennis
  • Mini Gym Facility

Sporting Heroes

The College has a pantheon of past champions who have left their indelible mark on sport.



Cricket has a special pride of place in a school that has produced an unusual number of outstanding First-Class cricketers, including former Test captains Majid Khan and Imran Khan. The famous Black pavilion sets the backdrop to one of the finest cricket grounds in Pakistan. Over the years, Test teams have regularly chosen to practise at Aitchison.

The College team plays many local schools in competitive trophy matches, as well as Indian schools. Among these are: Lawrence College, YPS Patiala, Mayo College and Rajkot College.

Imran Khan seated 2nd in front row



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