Why are my local clubs running CWC Parties?
- Most importantly - they'll be offering cricketing opportunities for the younger generation throughout the summer. Cricket doesn't have to end just because school's over!
- Celebrate what the club has to offer
- Bring more people to the cricket club – increase revenue, raise awareness of the club, grow club membership, connect existing club members and their families & friends
- Get involved and help celebrate the legacy of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup
- Provide a fun, exciting atmosphere in which to experience the excitement of the tournament
Where can I find local clubs?
- Use the ECB Club Finder tool
- Search social media for #CWC19Clubs – you’ll find local clubs with events going on
What do I need to do?
- Simply turn up, enjoy the activities and bring the whole family along!
When should we host our CWC Parties?
- Whenever you like! We’d recommend capitalising on the culmination of the World Cup following the final on July 14th as this is when we’ll focus a lot of our marketing
- However, this should be an ongoing offering throughout the rest of the summer, helping you to assist with the legacy of the Cricket World Cup
- The World Cup 2019 runs from 30th May 2019 to 14th July 2019
What should we do to make it a success?
- You’ll need to make sure people are aware of the opportunities and what is on offer
- Opportunities are maximised to bring in people, recruit volunteers and increase revenue
- Utilise the Marketing Packs and new assets we’ve sent you to deck out your club in Cricket World Cup merchandise
- Promote your opportunities through your social media platforms, using #CWC19Clubs
- Promote your opportunities through local channels: newspapers, magazines, posters in shops, church noticeboards etc
- Make sure you’ve provided ample food and drink for your attendees
What could it involve?
- All Stars 'Have-a-Go' sessions or taster sessions
- Women and Girls Soft Ball Cricket
- Showcase playing opportunities – T20 (current v past or parents v children), Vitality U19 Club T20, further junior cricket activities (including All Stars) – matches and coaching etc
- Food and drink – from different cultures at the club, BBQ, beer festival, ice cream van, fish and chip van etc
- Broader community engagement – other local sports clubs, crafts and businesses
- Children’s activities – face-painting, bouncy castle, clowns etc
We have a general question about the Cricket World Cup Club programme that's not covered in the FAQs or elsewhere on the website – what do we do?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you ASAP.