Clubs and community groups can currently take advantage of a variety of ECB funding streams.
The County Grants Fund aims to support affiliated cricket clubs to create welcoming environments, provide enhanced facilities and playing opportunities, and to help clubs tackle the impact of climate change.
The scheme is open to all ECB affiliated cricket clubs in England and Wales.
Clubs can apply for between £1,000 (minimum) and £10,000 (maximum) per application.
Download and read the guidance notes.
LV= General Insurance and the ECB have partnered to bring to life a £1million fund #Funds4Runs, providing financial support across the grassroots cricket community and giving free cricket places for children in deprived areas.
This fund will be focused on recovering and rebuilding the lives of children from deprived backgrounds, diverse communities, disability groups and women's and girls programmes.
Clubs and community groups can use this fund to:
The England and Wales Cricket Trust (EWCT) Interest Free Loan Scheme provides finance to clubs for capital projects to help them build and ensure a sustainable future.
All scheme applicants must demonstrate that funds will be used to benefit the general community and not just a small group.
ECB Clubmark registration or accreditation is not a requirement when applying.
Please view the EWCT Interest Free Loan Scheme guidance notes for eligible projects.
* A cricket club with a junior section is defined as “a cricket club that offers appropriate coaching and competition to cricketers under the age of 18 years”.
A minimum of 10% partnership funding is required from the applicant.
Read the EWCT Interest Free Loan Scheme guidance notes.
If eligibility is met, please visit ims.ecb.co.uk to register and apply.