|First Test||Zimbabwe v India, 18-22, Oct 1992|
|Last Test||Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 07-11, Jul 2021|
|First ODI||Zimbabwe v India, 25-Oct-1992|
|Last ODI||Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 20-Jul-2021|
|First T20I||Zimbabwe v India, 12-Jun-2010|
|Last T20I||Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 25-Jul-2021|
Originally known as Salisbury Sports Club, Harare Sports Club has provided as the primary cricket place in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe since its beginning. The ground turned into a Test venue in October 1992 when Zimbabwe played their opening Test, against India. Shortly after, the grounds played organize to its first One Day International. In 1994, Harare Sports Club was the location of Zimbabwe's first ever Test win.
The audience sitting capacity of this ground is near about 10,000. In October 2010 Zimbabwe Cricket publicized that the planned redecorations to the Harare Sports Club and the Mutare Sports Club to be ready in time for the fledgling Domestic Twenty-20 match in November. The work will comprise an augment in the ease of use of seats, training facilities, spectator services, and also Ground facilities floodlights also might be set up for day/night contests. The refurbishes are being done also to assist Zimbabwe to come back to Test cricket.
Harare Sports Club is present in the heart of the city as it is enclosed by jacaranda trees and with a beautiful gabled spectator area. The place is also known as the Salisbury Cricket Club. Harare Sports Club is also address to Zimbabwe Cricket, the country's cricket board. HSC is also habitat to Zimbabwe Cricket, the country's board.