Formats to suit everyone

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.

Learn more about the sport, read the English Cricket Board’s beginners guide here and you’ll be an expert in no time. If you would like to get involved in disability cricket or find a place to play near you, email the English Cricket Board at or contact your local County Cricket Board here.

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The UK Wheelchair Cricket Association hold many ‘Have A Go’ events througout the year so please visit their website to find an event near you.

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Visit The UK Wheelchair Association website

This charity was formed to give people with mixed disabilities the opportunity to play cricket and develop their potential regardless of the severity of their disability. Have a look at their website to find and contact a list of clubs.

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Visit the Cricket Federation for People with Disabilities website

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