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There are 5 places to play cricket near Wandsworth, London

1 location with cricket facilities can be booked online now. Click here to filter them

Playfinder Partner

North Acton Playing Fields

Westfields Road, Acton, Acton, W3 0AX

Format: full size
Surface: grass

  • Open
  • 3.4 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • Format: full size
  • Surface: grass
  • Open
  • 3.4 miles away
  • changing rooms
Playfinder Partner

Indian Gymkhana Club

Thornbury Avenue, Isleworth, Osterley, TW7 4NQ

Format: nets
Surface: artificial

  • Open
  • 4.8 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • Format: nets
  • Surface: artificial
  • Open
  • 4.8 miles away
  • changing rooms
Playfinder Partner

Barn Elms Sports Trust

London Marathon Pavilion, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, Richmond upon Thames, SW13 9SA

Format: nets
Surface: artificial

  • Open
  • 0 miles away
  • Format: nets
  • Surface: artificial
  • Open
  • 0 miles away
Playfinder Partner

Westway Sports Centre

1 Crowthorne Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, W10 6RP

Format: nets
Surface: artificial

  • Open
  • 2.9 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • free parking
  • Format: nets
  • Surface: artificial
  • Open
  • 2.9 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • free parking
Playfinder Partner

St Mary's University (Teddington Lock)

Broom Road, Teddington Lock Campus, Richmond upon Thames, TW11 9BE

Format: full size
Surface: grass

  • Open
  • 4.8 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • free parking
  • Format: full size
  • Surface: grass
  • Open
  • 4.8 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • free parking

Need a cricket venue in Wandsworth? Make sure you check out Playfinder as there is a wide selection of grassroots cricket facilities in the borough. This south west part of London is great for cricket as there is a good amount of green space in the area. Most of the cricket pitches in Wandsworth are grass, but there are a few that have installed astroturf wickets to enable play in light rain. Some of the cricket venues have cricket nets for players to practise their batting or bowling after a long winter break.

There are 5 places to play cricket near Wandsworth, London

Lockdown status

Booking method

Formats

Surfaces

Radius

Facilities

1 location with cricket facilities can be booked online now. Click here to filter them

Playfinder Partner

North Acton Playing Fields

Westfields Road, Acton, Acton, W3 0AX

Format: full size
Surface: grass

  • Open
  • 3.4 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • Format: full size
  • Surface: grass
  • Open
  • 3.4 miles away
  • changing rooms
Playfinder Partner

Indian Gymkhana Club

Thornbury Avenue, Isleworth, Osterley, TW7 4NQ

Format: nets
Surface: artificial

  • Open
  • 4.8 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • Format: nets
  • Surface: artificial
  • Open
  • 4.8 miles away
  • changing rooms
Playfinder Partner

Barn Elms Sports Trust

London Marathon Pavilion, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, Richmond upon Thames, SW13 9SA

Format: nets
Surface: artificial

  • Open
  • 0 miles away
  • Format: nets
  • Surface: artificial
  • Open
  • 0 miles away
Playfinder Partner

Westway Sports Centre

1 Crowthorne Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, W10 6RP

Format: nets
Surface: artificial

  • Open
  • 2.9 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • free parking
  • Format: nets
  • Surface: artificial
  • Open
  • 2.9 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • free parking
Playfinder Partner

St Mary's University (Teddington Lock)

Broom Road, Teddington Lock Campus, Richmond upon Thames, TW11 9BE

Format: full size
Surface: grass

  • Open
  • 4.8 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • free parking
  • Format: full size
  • Surface: grass
  • Open
  • 4.8 miles away
  • changing rooms
  • free parking

Need a cricket venue in Wandsworth? Make sure you check out Playfinder as there is a wide selection of grassroots cricket facilities in the borough. This south west part of London is great for cricket as there is a good amount of green space in the area. Most of the cricket pitches in Wandsworth are grass, but there are a few that have installed astroturf wickets to enable play in light rain. Some of the cricket venues have cricket nets for players to practise their batting or bowling after a long winter break.