ECB statement 25th June 2020:  "We remain optimistic that All Stars Cricket will be able to take place later this summer and will do everything we can to give all children an opportunity to play when it is safe to do so."

At BCC, we are eagerly awaiting further guidance from the ECB with regards to the altered format of this programme. To be kept up to date with the latest information, please visit our news page or our social media pages.

We are delighted to announce our continued partnership with Future Legends, a dynamic coaching company who coach junior and senior cricket for clubs across the south of England for 2019.

Join the U9 Bracknell Cricket Club Colts team, for the upcoming Berkshire Youth Cricket League 2020 season. The club offers a place for your child to enjoy and grow his or her cricketing ability, with professional level 2 ECB qualified coaching here at our your friendly family orientated local cricket club.

Our training sessions are held on a Tuesday from 6:00 p.m to 7:00 p.m and the first training day is to be confirmed shortly for 2020

All Stars Cricket is the England and Wales Cricket Board’s entry-level participation programme, aimed at providing children aged five to eight with a great first experience in cricket! The 8-week programme will be starting Tuesday 15th May, 5 pm until 6 pm.


Programme features:


  • For all boys and girls aged five to eight

  • Eight one-hour sessions, held over eight weeks

  • Emphasis on fun and being active

  • Focus on developing your child's movement skills

  • Safe and fully accredited

  • Valuable time with your kids – mums and dads are encouraged to take part too

  • Easy online registration at


Every child that registers will receive a backpack full of goodies including a cricket bat, ball, activity book, personalised shirt and cap all sent straight to your door. Scroll down to take a look at the kit!


All who attend will receive a personalised Kit, bat, balls and a backpack.



Bracknell Cricket Club is committed to ensuring that all young people (aged under 18) who play cricket in Berkshire within affiliated Clubs, Area or County squads have a safe, welcoming and positive experience. We comply fully with the Safe Hands Policy – this is the England Cricket Board’s (ECB) policy to safeguard children within cricket.  It promotes good practice, helps raise awareness and ensures people know what to do if they have any concerns about children or about the behaviour of adults in cricket


Visit our Committee page to find out more about our Child Welfare officers.

Our Junior Forms and Policies can also be viewed here.

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