HELP & SUPPORT
If you have any questions regarding Membership at Surrey County Cricket Club, please use the FAQs below or contact us using the methods outlined on this page.
We have specific online ticketing and Membership account FAQs here to help you familiarise yourself with our new system.
SURREY & ENGLAND MEMBERSHIP
Having an allocated seat ensures that your seat is reserved for you before each International sale. When International tickets go on sale Surrey and England Member will have the luxury of knowing that their seat is reserved until a set date so you can have first priority to secure your seat.
Your allocated seat will cover International fixtures only. On purchasing your seat you will be sent a match ticket which will allow access to the game. For all Domestic Cricket, you can enter the ground with your Membership card as normal with the Pavilion and other Members areas available.
Of course having chosen your seat, we will make every effort to ensure that it’s available for you to purchase. Due to sightscreen requirements however, it may be necessary to relocate Members that have selected seats situated behind the bowler’s arm. Should this occur we will communicate this to those affected and find a suitable alternative.
An existing Member can only purchase one seat. However, should you wish to be seated together with friends or family we would recommend that each person joins as a Member of Surrey County Cricket Club together. In order to secure the seats that you want we would recommend that all applications are made at the same time.
Whilst not essential, we recommend that you call before visiting. Personal callers will be able to visit on non-match-days between 9.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
Yes, of course. Whilst subject to availability anyone wishing to move their seat will be given the option during the following season’s renewal period.
Whilst the Pavilion remains a facility for all Members to enjoy, it has a capacity which we cannot exceed. On all International fixtures, priority will be given to those Members with seats allocated within the Pavilion, with all other Members being allowed at the stewards’ discretion (a decision made by match control) and subject to their being sufficient space.
All other Membership categories will be allowed a window in which to purchase remaining seats in the pavilion for International fixtures at The Kia Oval. This will be after Surrey & England Members have had the chance to purchase their reserved seats. The Pavilion is only available to Members of Surrey County Cricket Club.
COUNTY & CHAMPIONSHIP MEMBERSHIP
Different Membership categories are provided by Surrey County Cricket Club to cater for different requirements. To view the different Memberships available, and the benefits they allow, please click here.
Members can renew in the build up to, and during, the 2023 season. To benefit from priority international ticket booking, Members should renew for the 2023 season before international tickets become available on Tuesday 6th December 2022. To renew your membership, click here.
The Pride of Lions Membership is designed especially for cricket fans under the age of 16. Pride of Lions Membership includes access to exclusive events, competitions and entry to all domestic cricket fixtures at The Kia Oval. Members also receive access to the XBOX Family Zone situated on the JM Finn Balcony for all home T20 fixtures. Pride of Lions Membership is just £20 and can be purchased here.
Anyone renewing by credit card will be charged at the time of their Membership being processed. Payment can also be set-up via Direct Debit, with the first scheduled payment due to be taken in January 2023. Members who choose to renew using Direct Debit will receive a £20 discount on the full price of their Membership. If you wish to renew via Direct Debit, please contact the Member and Supporter Services Team on email@example.com.
The first scheduled collection of Memberships on Direct Debit is due to take place in January 2023.
Yes, all Members renewing will receive a new Membership Card for the upcoming season. The first lot of cards will be sent out in January 2023, and Members renewing or purchasing after this date, will be sent cards sporadically as and when is most efficient, ahead of the 2023 season.
Please contact our Accessibility Liaison Officer, Theresa Peters who works in the Member and Supporter Services Team on 0203 946 0100 or you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEET THE TEAM
Favourite Surrey County Cricket Club/Kia Oval memory: A County Championship vs Middlesex in 2012, when I was lucky enough to witness Rory Burns and Arun Harinath score their first 100s in First Class Cricket - now that was something special! In terms of The Oval, watching KP smash the ball around the ground, in the dark, during the last day of the 2013 Ashes - what a moment!
Favourite Surrey County Cricket Club/Kia Oval memory: Australia winning (retaining) the Ashes and being presented with the winning trophy after the series. Also being able to see Australia play at the Oval during the 2019 World Cup and Aaron Finch’s 117 not out for Surrey v Middlesex in the T20.
Favourite Surrey County Cricket Club/Kia Oval memory: 2019 was an exciting season, we hosted a full domestic schedule, the Final Ashes Test, and a range of Cricket World Cup matches, it was definitely a cricket season to remember!
Favourite Surrey County Cricket Club/Kia Oval memory: Courtney Walsh's last game for the West Indies, I couldn't believe my eyes seeing the roadblock due to the vast number of fans!
Favourite Surrey County Cricket Club/Kia Oval memory: Being at 'The Micky Stewart Oval' to witness Surrey win the County Championship in 2022 was amazing.
Favourite Surrey County Cricket Club/Kia Oval memory: For me it has to be Freddie Flintoff's run out of Ricky Ponting during the 2009 Ashes and of course, Rory Burns hitting the winning runs to win the 2022 County Championship.
Favourite Surrey County Cricket Club/Kia Oval memory: Getting to watch Surrey win the 2022 County Championship of course!
Favourite Surrey County Cricket Club/Kia Oval memory: When the Bharat Army sang Happy Birthday to me in the JM Finn stand during the England vs. India Test in 2018.
Favourite Surrey County Cricket Club/Kia Oval memory: Having my childhood hero Alec Stewart give me the thumbs up after seeing me in full Surrey Drag before the Pride T20 against Kent. The England v India test 2021 , even though England lost it was a roller-coaster of a game and a joy to be involved in!