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The Cricketer Magazine

Established in 1921, The Cricketer is the world’s best known cricket magazine and is associated with some of the greatest names in cricket writing. The magazine covers club, county and international level cricket and brings together the opinions of the brightest minds in the game.

In The Cricketer Magazine you will find the latest scores, insightful match reports and previews of upcoming games. Plus the magazine goes in depth with some of the top players both past and present. Take a look at the life of a professional cricketer, read interviews with some of the sport’s most successful players and keep up to date with the latest cricket news. You’ll get all of this and much more every month with your subscription to The Cricketer Magazine.

In Recent Issues of The Cricketer

A celebration of county cricket, looking in depth at each decade from the 1970s to the 2010s… The greatest cricket books of all time, with contributions from Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Mike Atherton, Andrew Strauss and Nasser Hussain… Groundbreaking moments – the developments that changed the game forever… A different type of war – how did cricket survive the two world wars… ECB chief in the spotlight… Far pavilions – England triumph at Cape Town. Is Newlands the world’s most beautiful ground? Order your Cricketer Magazine subscription today for more fantastic coverage of the game every month.

Who Reads The Cricketer Magazine?

Cricket fans and players of all ages. 85% of readers have some involvement with the game.