Disability Champion Cricket Clubs
Cricket is a widely inclusive game that can bring communities together and positively impact lives. The Disability Champion Clubs programme looks to make sure people with a disability have the same opportunity.
Research from Activity Alliance displays that people with a disability want to increase their activity levels but struggle to find appropriate opportunities. We are committed to making more accessible cricketing opportunities in Devon to combat this.
Clubs will be supported with ECB funding, additional kit, and resources, it will soon become very apparent that there are far greater benefits to being a Disability Cricket Champion Club.
How to get involved
Being a Disability Champion Club has great benefits for successful clubs, including:
· £500 funding for new clubs
· A free bag of cricket equipment
· Marketing resources
· Support from the board to deliver activity
To apply to become a Disability Champion Club, please follow this link: https://www.ecb.co.uk/play/open-age/disability-cricket/championclubs
Alternatively, contact Lewis Fountain for more information or queries.
Mobile: 07960 038 945
What do you need to become a Disability Champion Club
- To be affiliated to ECB via your County Cricket Board (CCB)
- A Constitution
- Valid Buildings, Contents & Public Liability Insurance
- Security of Tenure – Leasehold, Freehold or Rental Agreement (minimum of one year)
- A Club Welfare Officer
- Accessible facilities - If this provision is not currently in place, the ECB will support you to address this
- A commitment from the club to provide a fun and welcoming environment for all
- Adequate space to run activity
- Full support of the club committee