Guildford CC is one of the largest, most successful cricket clubs in Surrey. We are founder members of the Surrey Championship League and our 1st XI play in the Premier Division.
On a Saturday we field three men’s Xls whilst on a Sunday our Academy (U-21) team play in the Surrey Trust League. Our Women’s first team are in the Championship division of the Southern League and we also run a development team. In addition we have Men’s and Women’s teams in the T20 Surrey Slam competition. We also run a vast programme of junior cricket, ages 7-17.
Fair Play and Our Vision
Guildford Cricket Club supports and endorses a policy of respect for opposition players, officials and team-mates.
We encourage competitive cricket played in the right spirit and encourage all our members, of whatever age, to enjoy the game and the Club’s facilities.
Guildford Cricket Club Junior section
Junior Section Club Ethos
It is important to us that the Junior Section is an enjoyable, successful, well-respected and professional cricket club for all involved.
Please take a minute to watch these children and to hear how they see their world of sport.
This film has been produced by the NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) as part of a range of materials to support sports clubs to promote positive parental/spectator behaviour.
Partners and Major Events
Cricket For All
Come and join us here at Woodbridge Road.
Whatever your age or ability, male or female, there is a welcome for you here at Guildford CC.
Seniors’ training takes place on Thursday evenings from 6pm, so come down to Woodbridge Road and meet our coaches and captains. Contact Bob Cunningham.
For Juniors, training is on Friday nights and Sunday mornings with a Winter Nets programme at RGS January to March. We accommodate boys and girls from the age of 8 and there’s a clear path into senior cricket as the youngsters develop. Contact Matthew Finnegan.
Guildford Cricket Club
We are delighted to let you all know that our ECB Clubmark accreditation has been successfully renewed for another three years.
Congratulations and thanks go to all those involved at the club for their hard work in bringing about this achievement, and for all that they do to promote cricket locally.
Having a network of safe, family friendly and well organised clubs is vital for the future of the game and achieving Clubmark status shows that Guildford Cricket Club and its volunteers are at the forefront of this.
All abilities always welcome, from beginners to county standard players
Laws of Cricket 2017 Code
Summary of changes
A new Code of the Laws of Cricket has been drafted and approved by the M.C.C. Committee. The Code, to be titled Laws of Cricket 2017 Code will come into force on 1st October 2017. The last time that a new Code of Laws was written was in 2000. With the way the game has evolved since then, there have been 6 Editions of that Code, with changes made in 2003, 2008, 2010, 2013 and 2015. It was felt that the time was right for a new Code of Laws, providing a chance to review all the Laws, to make some significant alterations and to tidy up many of the piecemeal changes made since 2000.Law Summary Paper
Our new pavilion, with enhanced facilities, is open for bookings.
The newly constructed Guildford Pavilion, located in the heart of Guildford on the Woodbridge Road, is the perfect location for your next event.
It’s a diverse space, with ample parking, for events from 10 people up to 180.Pavilion bookings
Guildford Cricket Club and Sponsorship
Guildford Cricket Club has plenty of sponsorship opportunities and many affiliated Partners.
We are delighted to have the help of SNAP Sponsorship working with us to gain more sponsorship for the Club. As one of the biggest cricket clubs in Surrey, it is key for us to find Sponsors to support the 1000 Members and future generations of the Club.
Take a look at our Partner page and see what our various Sponsors & Partners can offer you as Members of the Club!Club Sponsorship