The Club

Welcome to Southwold Cricket Club!

We are a vibrant, friendly and welcoming cricket club located in the heart of the seaside town of Southwold in Suffolk. We have two senior league teams – the 1st XI won promotion to Division 3 East of the Norfolk Cricket League after an unbeaten season in 2015, whilst in 2016 the 2nd XI will make their bow, joining Division 5 East.

On top of this we have four youth teams at U9, U11, U13 and U15 level who all compete in the Norfolk Cricket Alliance whilst the U11 group also compete in the Suffolk Cricket League youth competition. In 2014 the U9 group became the first ever youth cricket divisional winners in Southwold’s history as they won the U9 NCA Cup, a tremendous achievement against some big clubs – and if they, and the other colts at the club, continue to improve and enjoy their cricket then the future of Southwold Cricket Club is in great shape.

Take a look around this website – you’ll find the archives that stretch back over 10 years giving a statistical analysis of each season’s stand-out players, a gallery of some pictures from the last few years and reports of the recent events and of every league game played in the last two years. Be sure to see the explanation of our ground-breaking MVP system, too!

There is a list of contact details if you wish to get in touch, and we hope you do as we are always open to new members, young and old.

If you’ve seen something online that you want explaining, then don’t hesitate to contact Alex Britten at

Finally, if you do Twitter, give us a follow – @SouthwoldCC.

See you down at the Southwold Cricket Ground in 2015.


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