Through our activities, we look to make cricket accessible to all, no matter what type of cricket experience you are looking for.
If you are looking to play structured competitive cricket in a weekly league, indoor short-form or on the village green, or at school, we are working closely with Sussex clubs and schools to ensure these opportunities exist and are locally accessible.
We welcome new players to cricket by championing competitive junior, senior, women and girls and disability cricket and success at all levels nationally confirm our recreational game is strong.
We also have a variety of cricket offers to encourage more people to the game, It’s not always about competition, or even having the ‘right’ equipment; it’s about getting involved and having fun.
Cricket relies on the contribution and support of volunteers, who keep our clubs running, officiate at matches, coach and develop players of all ages and prepare and keep the grounds we play on. We offer support and training to help these volunteers continue to develop the clubs they love.
As Sussex Cricket’s charitable arm, our aim is to actively change lives through cricket across the community. We use the game to deliver accessible and enjoyable opportunities that grow the sport, tackle inequalities, improve health and well-being and enable people to fulfil their potential.
2022 has been another incredible year for the Sussex Cricket Foundation. We continue to see participation rise across all areas of the game and with no sign of this stopping, we need to ensure we continue to make the game as accessible for all as possible.
View our upcoming and past Foundation events.
Sussex Cricket is committed to ensuring that all children, young people and adults who take part in cricket have a safe, positive and fun experience whatever their level of involvement.
Meet the Sussex Cricket Foundation team, who deliver Cricket across the community.