Club Associations

Wolverhampton Cricket Club has a long and rich history that has seen us cross paths with crickets elite, pushing the boundaries of the sport and being a part of some of the best leagues in the United Kingdom. We're currently associated with a selection of associations that allow us to keep doing what we do best - play cricket! 

Who is Wolverhampton Cricket Club associated with?

English and Wales Cricket Board

The England and Wales Cricket Board was established on January 1, 1997 as the single national governing body for all cricket in England and Wales.

 

Their jurisdiction covers cricket in all it's forms, whether it's played in clubs, schools, juniors and youth, disabilities cricket, representative, first class and international cricket - the whole game from playground to the Test arena.

 

The ECB is the body to ensure that Wolverhampton Cricket Club can keep doing what we do best - play cricket - whilst ensuring we meet all legislation for coaching, safeguarding, welfare and facilities

 

Find out more at ecb.co.uk

Staffordshire Cricket

Staffordshire Cricket is one of 39 County Cricket Boards in England and Wales whose role is to Lead, Inspire, Influence and Support the Growth, Quality and Accessibility of cricket across our county

 

We are a registered company limited by guarantee and our membership consists of representatives from all areas of the game and its wider partners. We are the governing body for cricket in Staffordshire and our aim is to make cricket the sport of choice.

 

Visit staffordshirecricket.co.uk to find out more

Birmingham Cricket League

Formed in 1888 the Birmingham & District Cricket League was the first recorded cricket league in the World to take to the field. The League is steeped in history and today enjoys ECB Premier League status.

 

Find out more at www.birminghamleague.org

ECB Blind Cricket England and Wales

BCEW have been working in partnership with British Blind Sport and the England and Wales Cricket Board since 2006 to deliver competitive cricket for those who are blind or partially sighted, running national and international competitions.

 

Wolverhampton Cricket Club believes that everyone  should be involved in cricket, no matter who they are and we are proud to have one of the best Visually Impaired sides in the United Kingdom

 

Find out more about the work of the BCEW at bcew.co.uk