One Game is ECB’s inclusion and diversity strategy. It provides information on how the ECB aims to ensure people from all backgrounds feel welcome in cricket.
The vision is to ensure there should be no boundaries in cricket.
ECB and cricket are committed to reaching, recruiting and retaining people from all communities.
One Game covers everyone, everywhere in whatever role they want to play in cricket – watching, playing, following, volunteering, and working.
The ECB aims to ensure that no individuals (this includes players, spectators, coaches, officials and administrators) receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of their age, sex, disability, race, ethnic origin, gender, parental or marital status, pregnancy, religion or belief, class or socio-economic status, sexual orientation or political belief.
There will be a safe and welcoming environment to all those who wish to be involved in cricket and that everyone is treated fairly and with respect.
The One Game strategy also aims to increase representation from all communities, so that cricket, and its workforce, becomes more representative of the population of England and Wales.
To download the full strategy, please click here.
The Equality Act 2010 – Guidance for cricket
We recommend all cricket organisations make themselves aware of their responsibilities relating to the Equality Act 2010.
To find out more on the Equality Act 2010 and who it protects, please download this document.
For an explanation of positive action and the differences between what is legal and illegal within the Equality Act 2010 please read here.
To contact the ECB for more information on the One Game strategy please email: email@example.com