Gloucestershire Cricket is one of the 18 first class County Cricket Clubs in the UK. We were established in 1870, with WG Grace a founding member, one of the most famous and influential cricketers in history.
Our Mission is: “To sustain, develop and grow Gloucestershire County Cricket Club in order to be successful in the enterprise of cricket”.
That’s why we take pride in our Gloucestershire Cricket Academy which has developed some fine professionals such as Chris Dent, David Payne, Jack Taylor, Matt Taylor and Miles Hammond who all graduated from the Academy to the first team. Our club has a strong focus on developing young talent and we are looking forward to seeing our current academy players follow in the footsteps of our first XI stars.
The Club has a strong focus on developing young cricketers with many of the current first team developed through the Gloucestershire Cricket Academy. Chris Dent, David Payne, Liam Norwell, Jack Taylor, Craig Miles, Matt Taylor and Miles Hammond in the 2017 first team squad have all graduated from the Academy.
A major emphasis is placed on developing relationships with the local community. Our close partner Gloucestershire Cricket Board is responsible for the development of recreational cricket across Bristol and Gloucestershire and this includes community programmes in hundreds of schools and clubs each year.
Hospitality at Seat Unique Stadium, offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the highest quality corporate entertainment at the height of the summer and experience cricket in comfort and style.
Optimum Sports Bar
The Optimum Sports Bar will be serving a selection of food and drink and can be found adjacent to the Bristol Pavilion.
The Cafe sells breakfasts, salads and cakes as well as barista style coffee.
Our head Chef and his team will be cooking up a range of delicious meals for members and supporters to enjoy for just £6.
The Stumps Café
The Stumps Café, which is located at the Ashley Down Road end of the ground (on the main concourse under the apartments) will be serving a range of hot and cold snacks, including pies and sandwiches as well as hot and cold beverages, including beer, wine and cider.
Next door to the Stumps Cafe is the recently opened and highly praised GCCC Museum and Learning Centre which is run by GCCC Heritage Trust, an independent charity. Known as the MLC, entry is through the café. The MLC is open on match days (excluding T20 games) for an hour before play and during the lunch interval.
Grace Dining is available for Royal London One-Day Cup & Specsavers County Championship matches.
To book a table in advance, please call 0117 910 8025, alternatively bookings can be made on the day.
Additional outlets are located around the ground for food and drink on Vitality T20 Blast and International Match Days.