Cricket Club

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Kit & Fees

The club has launched a fully responsive e-commerce platform with a brand new online retail store. We have signed a three-year deal with Grays of Cambridge, which gives you keen pricing and makes it easier than ever to find and purchase products. To visit the club shop online, please click on the ‘CLUB SHOP’ link at the top of page or click here. Club fees are £25 per year (£20 if paid before 23 October 2016).
 
About The Club

Birkbeck CricketEstablished in 1832, the club was in existence a good 16 years before the birth of the sport’s first truly great player, W.G. Grace in 1848 and some 50 years before the first Ashes contest between England and Australia in 1882. Indeed, in 1832 underarm bowling was still the formal method of bowling, until its replacement by round-arm bowling in 1835 and finally overarm bowling in 1864. Today, the Cricket Club is the largest sports club at Birkbeck. The club has around 20 members in the core squad, training on a regular basis. The club has a further 100 members who keep track of the progress of the 1st XI and who are invited to take part in some of the social and beginners events held throughout the course of the academic year. In recent years, the club has enjoyed some success with the 1st XI finishing last season as runners up in the London Division II Cup (2013/14 season).

Sponsorship

Looking to promote your business in a novel way? Birkbeck CC are an ambitious club both on and off the field as we aim for constant success. Get involved in 180+ years of great London cricket and let us help you reach out into new areas of business opportunity. To view the latest Sponsorship Pack, please click the link at the top of this page. To discuss further options please speak to Mike, Charles or a member of the Club.

Terms and Conditions

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Birkbeck Students' Union groups are only open to full membership for enrolled Birkbeck students. Other membership categories may exist depending on the group's constitution and the approval of the SU's Executive Committee.

In additional to the general term and conditions for Birkbeck Students' Union organised and managed events, all our Clubs, Societies, Networks and Projects may apply additonal conditions on attendance. Examples can be, and not limited to, membership of a club or society, students from one programme or class, self-organised groups and liberation campaigns limited to participants on a self-defining basis into the group membership (e.g. LGBTQ+ students or women only).

All attendees at an event must register in advance and ensure they bring along a copy of their e-ticket and their Birkbeck student ID.