Middlesex Cricket covers all cricket activity in the county, and brings together the three principal sections, namely Middlesex County Cricket Club (the professional game), Middlesex Cricket Board (the recreational game), and the Middlesex Cricket Trust (the charitable arm supporting clubs and schools in Middlesex).


Since the club’s official foundation in 1864, Middlesex County Cricket Club has for over a century a half been one of the most successful and well-respected first-class counties in the English domestic game.  

The club has played at the Home of Cricket, Lord’s Cricket Ground, in St John’s Wood, since 1877 and has a proud history of developing many of the game’s greatest known cricketers, including the likes of Denis Compton, Mike Gatting, John Emburey and Andrew Strauss to name but a few.  

This tradition continues to the modern day, with the club’s current playing ranks including England One Day captain, Eoin Morgan, plus England Internationals Nick Compton and Steven Finn.

MIDDLESEX CRICKET BOARD - know as Middlesex Cricket Participation Team

The Middlesex Cricket Board (MCB) is the local governing body for Recreational Cricket in Middlesex and in discharging this role to adapt and adopt local policies, interpret and adhere to national directives and rules, regulations, policies and procedures of the ECB.

Our role is to actively encourage, support and promote the playing and development of the game of recreational cricket at all levels and age groups in Middlesex, and in so doing to promote excellence in playing, coaching, officiating and the provision of playing facilities for recreational cricket in Middlesex.

To find out more about the Middlesex Cricket Board / Middlesex Cricket Participation Team and the work they do CLICK HERE


The Middlesex Cricket Trust (MCT) was created to support and encourage the development of cricket and cricketers in Middlesex, through the distribution of grants and the provision of valuable information.

Every project that the MCT invests in is helping to safeguard the future of cricket within the county. From their support of practice facilities at clubs and schools to their funding of schools competitions and borough performance squads, the Trust's programme of grant-aid is an increasingly important contribution to the health of cricket in Middlesex, now and in years to come.

To find out more about the Middlesex Cricket Trust please CLICK HERE