From grassroots to representative level, we'll help you play cricket and maximise your potential, regardless of your ability and experience.

Royal Navy Cricket

The history of cricket in the Royal Navy is a proud one, with games dating back to 1676. Even today’s Inter-Service 50 Over Festival is more than 75 years old.

Today, as the game has moved on, so have we. With Women’s XI and T20 competitions now a focal point of the fixture list, we offer opportunities in both red ball and white ball cricket disciplines.

From the moment you take up the bat or ball with us, you'll have the opportunity to compete at the level that suits you, improve your skills and maybe even play at Lord’s, the home of the game itself. 

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We have three representative teams available, but we also provide opportunities for cricketers of all levels to play regular friendly matches, to learn, train and even compete at the marvellous game all over the world.

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