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One Game

Welcome to ECB's One Game site - providing information on what cricket does to help people from different backgrounds get involved in the game.

Watch this brief video below which brings One Game to life.....

Simply click on the relevant section below to find out more about our activities:

One Game Strategy:

One Game is ECB's inclusion and diversity strategy. It provides information and clearly states how cricket aims to ensure people from all backgrounds feel welcome in cricket. See more information on the strategy and its aims

Statement of Intent

Read about ECB's commitment to Inclusion and Diversity

The Equality Act 2010 – Guidance for cricket

Advice to Cricket Organisations on UK Legislation which ensures people are treated fairly


Advice and guidance on how cricket considers the needs of disabled people as part of its core business at all levels of the game

South Asian Communities

This plan sets out to identify how cricket can work closely with the community leaders, faith groups and local community programmes to improve the current provision for cricket.

Women in Cricket

Learn about how women and girls are involved in cricket

Other areas of Diversity in cricket

Hear about your community and other areas of Inclusion and Diversity

One Game Pledge

We no longer require people to show their commitment to One Game through signing the One Game Pledge but instead ask you view our One Game Strategy.

If you are a club who has visited this page as part of your Clubmark process – in lieu of criteria 3.6 we ask you ensure you are clear about the role you play in ensuring your community can take part in cricket in your club – section 3 of the Clubmark criteria explains things you can do to be more inclusive.

We ask clubs to ensure they have read and proactively act upon One Game including having an updated and communicated club policy on Inclusion and Diversity.

For more information