People who play cricket love the game because of its social appeal and the feeling of being part of a team. Regardless of your age or ability there is a cricket format for you – whether you want to play in whites on a Saturday, coloured kit in a midweek T20 evening league or socially with a soft ball.
There are over 3,000 cricket clubs in England and Wales that cater for men and women players. Joining your local club gives you the chance to play at a level to suit your ability and lifestyle, take part in fun social activities and meet new people from your local community.Find a club
Women's soft-ball leagues
In partnership with the This Girl Can campaign, we have created soft-ball leagues as a simple, fast and fun way for women to play cricket. Check out our list of cricket clubs that currently run sessions for women (ages 14 and above) across England and Wales.
Last Man Stands
Last Man Stands is the ultimate midweek/weekend game. This eight-a-side, Twenty20 format works fits perfectly with modern life and commitments.Last Man Stands
Indoor cricket – both soft ball and hard ball – is a fast-paced, action-packed version of the game suitable for all levels, with easy-to-follow rules and an emphasis on fun and fitness.
If you would like to get involved in disability cricket or find a place to play near you, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your local County Cricket Board.Email email@example.com