Warwickshire County Cricket Club
Edgbaston Stadium is bringing more international cricket to the West Midlands this summer with the iconic Birmingham venue being awarded a men’s Test match between England and New Zealand, which begins on Thursday 10 June.
25 January 2021
Works have begun to transform land at Birmingham’s world-renowned Edgbaston Stadium to create a new entrance plaza, car parking facilities and ‘The Edgbaston Residences’ complex, which will comprise 375 high quality residential apartments and new retail and leisure opportunities.
13 January 2021
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has secured a three-year professional contract with Academy top order batsman and left-arm orthodox bowler Jacob Bethell.
5 January 2021
Edgbaston Stadium has confirmed its fastest sell-out of tickets for a bilateral men’s One-Day International (ODI) for at least 10 years with all tickets for next summer’s Royal London International fixture between men’s world Champions England and Pakistan now sold out.
16 December 2020
Cricketers from the Warwickshire men’s team squad recently helped distribute more than 16,500 new and nearly new toys to community groups that are supporting some of Birmingham’s most vulnerable children as part of the #Toy4Birmingham appeal.
16 December 2020
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has secured a one-year contract extension with big-hitting batsman Ed Pollock to cover all forms of the game in the 2021 season.
16 December 2020
Edgbaston has seen a record number of entries to its ballot for tickets for the Royal London International (ODI) between men’s world champions England and Pakistan, due to take place on Tuesday 13 July 2021.
14 December 2020
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has revealed its playing shirt for next season’s Royal London One-Day Cup, which features the name of each Member who donated their 2020 annual subscription.
23 November 2020
Vitality Blast Finals Day has once again demonstrated its popularity amongst cricket fans with more than 86 per cent of tickets buyers for the 2020 showpiece event selecting to roll their tickets over to 2021.
17 November 2020
Following a review of the 2020 cricket season, Jim Troughton, men’s First Team Coach, has decided that it is time for him to broaden his horizons and seek a new challenge in the sport having first joined Warwickshire County Cricket Club at the age of 11.
28 October 2020
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has graduated pace bowler Manraj Johal from its Academy to the professional ranks.
13 October 2020
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has announced the signing of slow left-arm orthodox bowler Danny Briggs, who joins on a three-year contract from Sussex.
5 October 2020
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has confirmed that batsman Liam Banks has been released from the men’s team squad following the end of his current contract.
23 September 2020
Warwickshire County Cricket Club batsman and former Captain Ian Bell has announced his retirement from the professional game at the end of the 2020 domestic season.
5 September 2020
Twenty-four-year-old Warwickshire batsman Matt Lamb has signed a two-year contract extension to commit to the Bears until at least the end of the 2022 county season.
19 August 2020
Cricket fans of Warwickshire and Worcestershire have been able to enjoy their first live experience of the game in 2020 as a spectator pilot programme at Edgbaston Stadium ...
29 July 2020
Following discussions with the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the Government’s Department for Digital, Culture Media & Sport (DCMS) Warwickshire County Cricket Club is delighted to be part of a pilot programme to support the safe return of spectators to sporting events.
22 July 2020
Warwickshire County Cricket Club men’s team has confirmed red ball friendly matches with Nottinghamshire and Worcestershire ahead of the revised start to the new county season on 1 August.
9 July 2020
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has confirmed that Australian off-spinning all-rounder Chris Green will no longer join Birmingham Bears squad for this year’s Vitality Blast tournament.
7 July 2020
Warwickshire County Cricket Club wicket-keeper/batsman Tim Ambrose has announced that he will retire at the end of the 2020 season following 20 years in the professional game.
3 July 2020