Senior Cricket

Farnham Cricket Club strives to provide an inclusive and friendly environment whilst also offering competitive cricket and the best possible development opportunities for both youth and senior cricketers.

Whilst nothing makes us happier as a Club than watching an enthusiastic eight year old progress through the age groups at Farnham Cricket Club and eventually establishing himself as a 1st XI player in the Surrey Championship, we also strive to offer senior players at all levels the standard of cricket they want to play and the coaching and development programs required to continually improve.

For those interested in joining Farnham Cricket Club contact us

Senior Net Training- starting 3rd May
Every Thursday 5.45pm @ Farnham Castle Ground & every other Tuesday at 5.45pm @ Farnham Castle Ground.

“It was an absolute privilege to play for this esteemed club for 3 seasons as the club’s overseas professional. A club run by hard working, caring people ensured that everyone I came across truly loved playing on the picturesque Farnham Park; from the 1st XI to the under 9’s”
Ian Higgins, Farnham CC Overseas Professional 2009-2012
“Set beneath the castle, it is one of the best locations to play cricket in Surrey. It is an honour to play for a club with such history and to continue the legacy of so many others. The fact that many players who have gone on to play international cricket have played on the ground and that we continue to compete at a high level of club cricket gives pride to the members and the town. The club brings together both high quality cricketers and those simply with a love for the game. Members come from many different walks of life but come together as a community thanks to the club”
Tom Grimes, Farnham CC 1st XI Captain
“FCC is a fantastic place to come and play cricket because it is steeped in history”
Patrick Knight, FCC Member
“Farnham CC presents the rarest of opportunities to play such a highly competitive standard of cricket at a club so rich in history and tradition.”
Jamie Strachan, Member

Pictures copyright Anthony Ainslie 2015