Woking and Horsell Cricket Club was founded in 1905 and has its home ground and clubhouse on Brewery Road in Horsell Village, Woking. We are a Clubmark accredited club.

We are still looking for new players for the 2017 season. Our practice sessions take place on Tuesday evenings from 6.00 at our home ground in Brewery Road in Horsell. As we have a number of teams we are looking for players of all levels and experiences. If you are a senior player and would like to play for us in 2017 then contact Phil West at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.

We currently run seven senior teams at the weekend (five on Saturday and two on Sunday) playing a mixture of league matches in the Surrey Championship and friendlies in the Surrey and Thames Valley areas. We are also hosting the Bedser Festival of Cricket in June. The club has a thriving colts membership catering for all junior levels from under 6/7s to under 17s. 

The club currently has about 100 senior playing members and many social members that enjoy the game as a spectator sport. Between late April and mid-September (weather permitting) you will find one of our teams playing at the home ground on Brewery Road on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon.

Admittedly, the Surrey Championship has now foregone its full amateur status and allows payments to players but unfortunately we aren't rich enough for that. If you are looking for payment to play we aren't what you are looking for (in fact you have to pay the club to play! - sorry).

Senior cricket: To find out more about becoming a player, or even a non-playing member of Woking & Horsell Cricket Club please contact our Senior Membership Secretary

Colts (junior) cricket: If you're interested in playing for the Colts please contact the Colts Membership Secretary. Please include the following detail: Child’s full name, Date of birth, school year, parents name, phone contact details.

Please note - waiting lists for U7/8/9 teams are currently closed due to being full, however, spaces remain at U6 and U10 through to U16/17

 

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