Cricket for The Disabled
Find a range of disabled cricket sites and clubs offering information for those interested in the sport in the UK. There are varied styles of disabled cricket, these include wheelchair users playing in teams with other disabled members as well as table and blind cricket catering for those with physical or learning disabilities. Check out the clubs and information sites listed below that cover all disabilities by clicking on the individual titles to enter the websites of your choice to find further details about accessible for the disabled.
Also see our blind sports section by clicking the highlighted link to find details of UK cricket facilities and clubs catering for the blind and visually impaired.
Set up to promote and explain the game of cricket for people with disabilities. Includes rules and how to get involved.
Set up to fully promote the game of cricket for people with a varied range of disabilities. Site offers club details and players information.
Promoting cricket for the disabled with club details and an overview of the three playing categories.
A cricket club for those with disabilities offering club news and how to get involved.
Details of indoor, outdoor and table cricket in Devon and how to get involved.
Providing cricket coaching facilities for a range of disabilities in Wales. Site offers news and details of teams.
Details of the Dorset disabled cricket team with match details, training information and how to get involved.
Details of cricket activities for people of all ages with physical or learning difficulties across Essex. Site offers coaching information, location details and highlights the disability facilities provides.
Offer cricket training, sessions and teams for adults with learning difficulties and physical disabilities. Includes softball and hardball leagues.
Activly working to make cricket accessible to all within Hertfordshire. Site offers session details and how to get involced.
Offers club images with results and county records plus a range of related cricket links.
Providing accessibility details for disabled spectators visiting Lord’s Cricket Ground including details of level access areas, ticket booking and passenger lifts to upper areas and stands as well as disabled WC facilities.
Providing an overview of the Northants disability cricket programme future plans and coaching facilities for disabled children.
An active club run by disabled cricketers providing match and team details along with players stats, contacts and a helpdesk for more information about how to give cricket a go with a disability.
Details of disability cricket in Surrey including Deaf cricket, visually impaired and special needs.
Sussex club offering weekly sessions including indoor cricket training for the visually impaired and those with learning disabilities.