Situated in the historical town of Taunton, Somerset’s county capital, the Cooper Associates County Ground makes for the perfect day out. Whether you are a family looking to enjoy a day’s cricket, younger people looking to enjoy an evening out after a day at work, or a business looking to provide your clients with some top-notch hospitality, we can cater for it all in our fun and lively atmosphere.
There is easy access by both road and rail and we are open all year round – providing fantastic Conference and Banqueting facilities in the off-season. For more information, please visit Venue Hire.
One Day Cup – 1979, 1983, 2001
National League – 1979
Benson & Hedges Cup – 1981, 1982
Twenty20 Cup – 2005
Royal London One-Day Cup – 2019
Somerset County Cricket Club Ltd, The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1JT
Somerset County Cricket Club believe that there is no place for discrimination in any form, and we are committed to ensuring that cricket is a game for everyone. As a club we take a zero-tolerance approach to any form of behaviour which is anything other than inclusive for all, regardless of gender, race, sexuality or any other characteristic.
As individuals, and as an organisation, we have a responsibility to ensure that we do whatever we can to eradicate prejudice from the game and from society as a whole.
If you have experienced or witnessed any kind of discrimination at the Club, we would urge you to report this to email@example.com. Any report will be fully and discreetly investigated by the appropriate team.
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The Club Work in the Community: 2021
In 2021 Somerset County Cricket Club’s players and staff took part in over 100 community appearances including:
• Hospital visits
• Coaching sessions
• Presentation evenings
• School visits Several local charities benefitted from having collection days at the Cooper Associates County Ground.
A highly successful education programme was established with Selworthy Special School which saw Somerset players help to deliver numeracy, literacy, healthy eating and physical education sessions. Somerset players took an active role in helping to deliver All Stars cricket sessions across the region. Our community work was also a major factor in the Club winning the Investing in Somerset prize at the highly prestigious Somerset Business Awards.
The Club Work in the Community: 2020
In 2020 the players and staff at the Club took part in over 90 player appearances including:
- School assemblies
- Junior coaching sessions
- Age group presentations
- Hospital and special school visits.
Club Captain Tom Abell won the Player in the Community award after taking part in the most Community Engagement activities.
Existing partnerships with Musgrove Park Hospital and Selworthy Special School were strengthened and improved upon.
Schools Day and Inclusion Day continued to go from strength to strength.
Several fundraising days were held for a number of organisations on match days
The 2020 Accounts are now available to view via the link below.
On Page 5 of this document, a visual bridge analysis is included which looks to explain the variance between the surplus reported in the last 12 months to 30 September 2019 and the surplus for the 15 month period to 31 December 2020. A larger, clearer version of this analysis is available to view here.
To view copies of the accounts please select a year below:
Somerset County Cricket Club is a Members’ Club and with a vast reach across the South West, the region is broken down into eight areas: Weston-super-Mare, South Somerset, Mid Somerset, Devon & Cornwall, Bridgwater, North Somerset, Taunton and Bath.
Please click on the link below to see the contact details for the Chairman and Secretary for each area.
The Official 2022 Club AGM will be held in the County Room of the Cooper Associates County Ground on Wednesday 22nd June at 7pm. Minutes from the 2019 AGM are available here
Please click here to view the proposed Club Rules