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All the information you will need if you are planning to attend the Royal London One Day Cup match between Surrey and Leicestershire at Guildford Cricket Club.


Tuesday 2 August


Gates open at 9:30am


First Innings : 11:00am

Interval: 2:30pm

Second Innings: 3:00pm

Scheduled finish: 6:30pm


This game has reached capacity and there are no further tickets for sale.

Guildford CC can only hold a maximum capacity of 2,000 spectators and as such Members were advised to secure tickets in advance.

Due to the ground being at capacity, Members who have not been issued with a ticket, will not be able to access the ground. Members must have a ticket to attend this fixture and entry is not permitted with a Membership Card alone.


Guildford Cricket Club will operate the popular Public Refreshment Tent, which is located at the Railway End of the ground and will serve beer, wine and soft drinks. There will be a barbecue as well as sandwiches and cakes available for purchase.

Surrey advise that 4 cans of beer/lager/cider per adult spectator may be brought into the ground and the stewards will enforce this. Spectators are not allowed to bring in glass bottles.


The game takes place at Guildford Cricket Club, The Sports Ground, Woodbridge Road, Guildford GU1 4RP.

By Car
No match-day parking is available at, or in the vicinity, of the ground and we advise all fans to use public transport. The nearest Guildford Borough public car park is at Mary Road GU1 4QU.

Alternatively, there is Guildford Park & Ride.

By National Rail
Guildford Cricket Club is approximately a ten-minute walk from two national rail stations: Guildford and London Road.


As we are constantly striving to improve our standards, facilities and attitudes accordingly, we have launched a non-visible disability wristband. This optional wristband will enable fans with a non-visible disability to easily identify themselves to Club staff on match-day, should they need any assistance, without having to give an explanation or the nature of their disability. Staff can then support the individual in the appropriate way.

If you require a wristband, please collect it from the Ticket Office upon arrival or email, where one will be posted to you.


We stand against discrimination in all its forms and are committed to ensuring that cricket is a game for everyone. If you have experienced or witnessed discrimination you can report it either direct to the Club at and/or through the ECB’s website: Any reports will then be triaged by the ECB and investigated by the relevant cricket organisation.


The game will live streamed on and updates will be posted on the Surrey Cricket social media channels.