There are seven turf cricket pitches. Four have artificial pitches on the square and one is suitable for junior matches only. There are two standalone artificial pitches suitable for adult cricket and three for junior cricket.
Four grounds have outdoor nets and there are indoor nets at nine venues. In addition eight indoor halls without nets are also used for cricket.
The high quality of Jersey's grounds has enabled it to host many international cricket tournaments. In 2015 Jersey will host the ICC Europe Division 1 and ICC Europe U19 Division 1 tournaments.
You can find more information on cricket grounds below.
College Field is part of Victoria College and is adjacent to the main school building on the outskirts of St Helier. It is the main site for the school's football, rugby and cricket pitches. The Pavilion at College Field contains changing facilities, squash courts and a main room used for teas and meetings in addition to academic PE lessons.
Farmers CC in the heart of rural St Martin is the only cricket club in Jersey to boast its own ground, complete with pavilion, nets and full player facilities. Farmers CC welcomes touring sides from around the world.
FB Fields are located to the east of town in the parish of St Clement and are named after the benefactor Florence Boot (1863-1952), wife of Jesse Boot of Boots the Chemist fame. There is plenty of free parking near the entrance and additional parking near the Geoff Reed Table Tennis Centre. There is a grass square with an artificial pitch and two further artificial pitches. There are also cricket nets and a pavilion with changing rooms.
Grainville cricket pitch is on the northern outskirts of town between St Saviour's Parish Church and Five Oaks, next to Grainville school. There is a grass square with an artificial pitch, nets, pavilion with bar and kitchen, changing rooms and plenty of free parking. Grainville has hosted many ICC international cricket matches.
Les Quennevais playing fields are located behind Les Quennevais sports centre, next to the Railway Walk, with plenty of free parking available. There are two grass squares each with an artificial pitch, cricket nets and changing rooms and there is a cafe in the nearby sports centre.
Jersey Cricket Board
Fort Regent Leisure Centre
St. Helier JE2 4UX
Tel: (+44 1534) 449759
or contact us directly using our online contact form.