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14,170 people were Surrey Members for the 2021 season – a modern day record in county cricket.

The Club has enjoyed remarkable growth in its Membership in the last decade, rising from 7,154 in 2011 and by more than 1,141 just since 2020.

2018 was the first season that saw Surrey’s Membership total tip over 10,000 during the summer. More than 10,000 Members have already signed up for 2022 with tickets for next year’s international matches against South Africa and India expected to go on sale shortly.

Club Members enjoy free, guaranteed entry to Surrey men’s and women’s home matches as well as priority access to tickets for internationals at The Kia Oval.

Away from live cricket, they also enjoy a number of Members only events each season and the chance to contribute to the Club through committee voting rights and Members’ Forums, where they can put their questions to the Club’s hierarchy.

The end of the COVID lockdowns in the UK in July has seen an incredible demand to watch cricket, with all five days of the LV= Insurance Test Match between England and India sold out on top of four matchdays in The Hundred.

Before the extension of the lockdown prevented a capacity crowd, three of Surrey’s seven home Vitality Blast fixtures were already sold out with the other four set to follow had The Kia Oval’s capacity not been restricted to 25%.

2022 Memberships are now available and priced at £20 for U16s and from £71 for adults. With several different categories there is a Membership that suits everyone from the passionate LV= County Championship follower through to the T20 thrill seeker.