Football has also enjoyed a powerful growth as a spectator sport, and is slowly catching up to cricket in the TV ratings (2008 statistics). The Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) is the governing body in Pakistan. Football is played mostly on the local level, primarily in Balochistan and Swat Valley. These areas provide most of the players on the Pakistani national football team. The Pakistan Football Federation Women Organizing Committee (PFFWOC) is responsible for women's football in Pakistan. In 2004, the Pakistan Premier League was established and is the first division of Pakistani football. The Pakistan National Football Challenge Cup is the national "knockout" cup competition in Pakistani football, run by the Pakistan Football Federation. The Pakistan National Women’s Football Championship is the annual women's championship. Notable players include Muhammad Essa, Zeshan Rehman, and Haroon Yousaf.
Some other sports are
Roller Skating, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Bridge, Chess, Canoe and Kayaking, Caving, Cyling, Gymnastics, Golf, Handball, Ice Hockey, Karate, Motor Sports, Rowing, Rugby Union, Shooting, Skiing, Taekwondo.Volleyball, Weighlifting, Wrestling, Yachting and Sailing, Gulli Danda etc..