The National Asian Cricket Council has been established to support and promote the interests of the South Asian Cricketing Community at National and Regional levels, whilst building open relationships between key stakeholders such as the England and Wales Cricket Board, County Boards and their immediate cricketing communities. The purpose of the National Asian Cricket Council is two-fold, firstly we would become the voice of the South Asian Cricketing Communities across the Country and secondly, we will challenge the South Asian Cricketing Communities on the contribution they are making to mainstream cricket. At the same time it is important to note that the South Asian Cricketing Community is a very significant part of the cricketing family in this country, with official statistics confirming, anything between 30-40% of all recreational cricket in the UK is played by them.
To Raise Awareness, Educate, Influence & Empower Individuals to Increase their levels of Commitment & Participation in cricket, at all levels of the GameRead More
To support and promote cricket within the South Asian Cricketing Community, & Increase growth and participation levels within the affiliated game in all areas.Read More
We are confident that we can mobilise the South Asian Cricketing Community to become more active within the game of cricket at a National and regional level.Read More