Welcome to Chertsey Cricket Club

Having been founded in 1737, and as creators of the middle stump some 39 years later, Chertsey has a proud standing as one of England’s oldest and most influential cricket clubs in England.

Today, the Blue Caps, as they like to be known, run four competitive adult teams in the Surrey Championship, as well as a Sunday XI and Veterans XI. They run junior teams from U9 level right up to U17s.

Away from the cricket field, the club offers a vibrant social membership and doubles as one of the most picturesque beer gardens in the county during the sunnier months, complete with cheerfully-cheap bar prices.

Upcoming Events at Chertsey CC

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Find Us

Sir Edward Stern Sports Ground
Grove Road
KT16 9DL


Whether you want to buy a drink at the bar, play for one of our senior sides or enrol a child in our flourishing colts system, you need to be a member. Click here to sign up!

General Code of Behaviour

All members of Chertsey Cricket Club are expected to maintain a high standard of personal behaviour at all times. They should commit to being a member of the club by upholding the club’s objective to provide a quality, safe and fun environment to play cricket. They must be fair, considerate and honest in all dealings with others and should accept responsibility for their actions.

Members must respect the rights, dignity and worth of others regardless of their gender, abilities, cultural background or religion. In addition, members must not use their involvement with the club to promote their own beliefs, behaviours or practices where these are inconsistent with club policy. Members are asked to refrain from acts of physical or verbal aggression towards other and must refrain from any behaviour that could bring the club into disrepute.

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