What better way for your child to celebrate and make the most of summer than by getting out in the sunshine and playing with their friends!
All Stars Cricket is an eight-week programme for girls and boys aged between five and eight that is choc-full of fun games and challenges designed to help with the basic movement needed to kick-start a lifelong love of cricket, and all sports, as well as promoting physical activity.
It’s all about creating big moments for your little stars – and you.
The perfect introduction to cricket
Cricket is a unique sport that is loved the world over.
Your All Star will learn about it through a series of game-based tasks that include lots of batting and bowling, throwing and catching as well as plenty of running. There will also be a heavy focus on communication and working as a team.
Every child will make new friends, earn badges as the weeks go by and learn about the spirit of the game.
Great for all the family
The All Stars Cricket fun isn’t just for little ones – mum and dad are encouraged to get involved as well.
There is a range of activities in which the whole family can participate to create valuable, lasting memories.
Many of the activities can be replicated at home using a bat and ball, even if you don’t know the rules of cricket inside out!
The programme is delivered by our fully trained and vetted activators and every All Stars Cricket centre environment is safe, supportive and inclusive.
Easy to get involved
Signing up couldn’t be simpler! Just type your postcode into our centre finder and find out which of the available centres is nearest to your home, then complete the registration details.
The All Stars Cricket programme consists of eight weekly sessions, lasting about one hour and every child that signs up will receive a bonus participant pack that includes a cricket bat, ball, personalised shirt, cap, activity book and backpack, delivered right to your door.
Meet your heroes
The England teams will be with you all the way! Every registered All Star could get the chance to meet their England heroes this summer, whether it be joining in a session at their centre, or quizzing them on their favourite animal at the nation’s most famous cricket grounds.
World Cup winners Danielle Hazell and Heather Knight, England fast bowler Stuart Broad and wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow have visited All Stars in the past and some children will also get the chance to play at our international grounds this summer.
Many of our All Stars Cricket programmes start from Friday 11 May 2018 so find your nearest centre and join in the fun today.