Welcome to British Police CC
Welcome to the British Police Cricket Club, a prestigious club established in 1973. We are proud to be the home of both the Men and Women National Teams, providing a platform for talented players to showcase their skills.
Originally formed in 1973, the BPCC was created with the aim of offering opportunities to play against top-quality teams, including County XIs, Armed Services, and other Representative teams. Our club has a rich history of success and continues to uphold its reputation as a competitive force in the cricketing world.
Membership and selection for the British Police Cricket Club is open to all those employed within the UK Forces, including serving and retired officers, SPCs, PCSOs, as well as support staff and contracted personnel who are members of three respective Sports & Social Clubs. We believe in creating a diverse and inclusive environment where all individuals within the UK Forces community can come together and enjoy the sport they love.
In 2021, we proudly introduced our new Ladies Team, further expanding our commitment to gender equality in cricket. The Ladies Team has quickly gained recognition and is set to embark on their second tour in 2022, led by Captain Mandy McGachie. With a squad of 22 talented players, they are ready to make their mark on the cricketing world.
As for the Men’s Team, 2022 will see the debut of five promising players during their tour week. Under the leadership of Captain Mick Martin from Gwent, our Men’s Team is determined to make a strong impression and continue our legacy of excellence on the cricket field.
The British Police Cricket Club is not just a club, but a community that shares a passion for cricket and a commitment to representing the UK Forces with pride. With our rich heritage, exceptional talent, and unwavering dedication, we invite you to be a part of our cricketing journey. Whether as a player, supporter, or volunteer, there is a place for everyone in the British Police Cricket Club.
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