0.1 About the ECB

About The ECB

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is the national governing body for all cricket in England and Wales, supporting the game at every level – from grassroots to elite level.

1. What We Do

What We Do

The ECB runs successful England teams, oversees domestic and recreational cricket, and runs participation programmes that get children active and playing cricket. Through cricket we want to improve lives and connect communities.

2. Who We Are

Who We Are

Meet the Board, our Executive Management Team and find out more about the structure of the ECB

3. Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

The ECB is committed to ensuring cricket is a game for everyone. Find out more about what we’re doing to break down barriers and ensure cricket is a truly inclusive and diverse sport.

4. Publications

Publications

The ECB produces reports and financial statements on an annual basis as well as strategy documents, such as Inspiring Generations and the South Asian Action Plan, which set out our vision for cricket’s future.

5. Policies and Regulations

Policies and Regulations

Find out more about Playing Regulations at elite and recreational level, discipline, anti-corruption, anti-doping and anti-discrimination policies and all the ECB’s vital safeguarding guidelines.

6. Science and Medicine

Science and Medicine

The Science and Medicine department aims to ensure appropriate standards and knowledge across the game of emergency care, injury risks, concussion safety, cardiac screening, and mental wellbeing.

ECB head office at Lord's

Careers

Cricket offers a vast range of employment opportunities across England and Wales, both at the ECB and around our partner organisations, such as the First-Class Counties. We are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion across the sport so that everyone can say “Cricket is a game for me”.

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Media

Find all our news releases and announcements as well as information about Media Accreditation for international and domestic matches in England and Wales.

9. Blog

Blog

Hear directly from different people across cricket about what we’re doing.

7. Careers

Contact

Information about how to get in touch.