Farncombe Cricket Club is based in Surrey, south of Guildford, and plays at Broadwater Park in Summers Road, Farncombe.
We run 3 senior XIs, covering a broad range of abilities, an Academy XI (playing in the Surrey Trust League), as well as various Colt sides. We also play Cup cricket and friendlies. New players of whatever standard are always welcome - as are social members (and we are always very keen to welcome those who wish to participate in the running of the Club). We are a friendly club and run various social activities throughout the year.
Our 1st XI plays in the Surrey Championship on Saturdays (from early May to the end August). Our 2nd XI play in the Surrey County League (also Saturdays) and our 3rd XI plays in the Village Cricket League on Sundays.
Our Club is accredited Clubmark standard by the ECB, which supports a thriving Colts section, catering for players from U8 to U17. The Colts section is the bedrock of the Club with many senior players having progressed through its ranks.
Our Club has the usual facilities of a fully stocked bar, a well-equipped kitchen, lounge area, including various social facilities (pool table, TV, darts, etc) and is available for hire for parties, social events, meetings and classes.
Please contact the following people for enquiries about joining the Club or hiring the its facilities:
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The ECB continues to work with Sport England on the pioneering club accreditation scheme 'Clubmark' to develop a vibrant and healthy club cricket infrastructure.
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