|First Test||Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, 20-24, Oct 1994|
|Last Test||Zimbabwe v West Indies, 12-14, Feb 2023|
|First ODI||Zimbabwe v England, 15-Oct-1996|
|Last ODI||Netherlands v Scotland, 06-Jul-2023|
|First T20I||Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 10-Nov-2013|
|Last T20I||Zimbabwe v Namibia, 24-May-2022|
Queen's Sports Club is Zimbabwe's next ground after Harare Sports Club and a regular on the journey of any touring side. Situated near to the city centre, it is one of worldwide cricket's loveliest venues with an old spectator area and bordered by trees which give shade to viewers. Much of the ground includes of grass banking and its viewer capacity of 9000 is more than adequate to cope with demand. QSC developed into Zimbabwe's third Test spot in October 1994.
Queens Sports Club is a flexible stadium in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. It is used mainly for cricket matches. The stadium embraces 13,000. Although it inward a facelift ahead of the 2003 World Cup it has booked its traditional fascination, with big trees providing gloominess to those on the grass banks on one side of the ground and an old pavilion on the previous.
The ground has not been a monopoly for Zimbabwe, who has only ever won one Test here and that next to a Bangladesh side who were still new to Test cricket. On the other hand, most teams take pleasure in playing their matches in this ground for the reason that of its smooth grassy plane.