How much does the programme cost?
The recommended retail price of All Stars Cricket is £40. Some centres across England and Wales may charge an additional membership.
What does each child receive as part of the programme?
The programme cost includes eight All Stars Cricket sessions, a digital activity booklet, and a personalised participant pack.
How old does my child have to be to register?
All Stars Cricket is aimed at 5–8-year-olds. If your child is outside of this age range, please check with your club before booking. Upon club approval, we will also ask that a parent or guardian gets involved as a parent helper and supports their involvement in the programme.
When will my participation pack be delivered?
Following course booking, please allow 10 working days for your participant pack to arrive. If more than one kit is ordered (i.e. in the case of a sibling), please note that kits maybe distributed on different days.
What can my child and I expect at an All Stars Cricket session?
All Stars Cricket is an action-packed, fun programme of game-based activities that will help develop the fundamental movement skills your child needs for an active life. Throughout the eight weeks, your little All Star will be learning lots of new skills, making friends and most importantly having an exciting summer!
How can I get involved as a parent?
An important part of All Stars Cricket is that you can be involved too. It is a brilliant way for you to spend time with your child outdoors this summer. All parents are asked during the registration process if they would be interested in helping out during the programme. If you say yes, your centre will be in touch with further information and you’ll be given lots of support along the way.
Is the programme safe?
Yes, the All Stars Cricket programme is an initiative designed by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). The ECB requires all of the centres to undergo safeguarding, risk and insurance assessments before they are accredited. Alongside this, all of our All Stars Cricket activators have received training and are fully checked through the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
What steps are All Stars Cricket taking to be Covid secure?
The All Stars Cricket team keeps up to date with all government guidance and will ensure that all Covid protocols are adhered to. As this is a situation that is constantly evolving, further information will be provided by your chosen centre, where necessary, in the days leading up to your child’s first session. If you have any specific questions or concerns, please use the ‘Need Help’ button.
Is the equipment safe?
Yes, All Stars Cricket uses soft balls and plastic bats that allow children to play the game while keeping them safe. Activators have a pack of equipment to support the children when they are learning how to catch, bowl and bat.
How do I register?
Registration is simple and easy. When registrations open in late February, just go to allstarscricket.co.uk and use the session finder to find multiple centres in your local area. From there you can follow the registration links and pay online. If you are unable to find your centre, please click on ‘need help’ button at the bottom of the page for further information.
When I go to pay, it says my payment has failed - how can I resolve this?
New banking legislation is being brought in on the 14th March 2022, however, some banks have changed technology early. Whilst we are changing our systems to meet these requirements some payments may fail. If this occurs please either pay with a card from an alternative bank or wait until 24th Feb when our systems will be updated.