Located in Kerava, the Kerava Cricket Field is Finland’s first and only official cricket ground. The ground was opened in June 2014 with England Test cricketer Mike Brearley and Lord Mervyn King in attendance.
In the spring and summer, the Kerava National Cricket Ground is regularly booked for club training sessions, domestic league matches, international matches, and in the summer of 2022 it even hosted the Men’s T20 Sub-Regional World Cup qualifiers tournaments A & B.
Please note: Pitch use is not permitted, only nets and outfield. You can book minimum 2h/30€ but feel free to book multiple slots if you need more time. Check you junk folder for approval/disapproval of your bookings.
Cricket Finland member clubs that wish to book the nets for training should do so by using the below booking system. After receiving a Booking, this will be checked and confirmed to the club contact, at which point the booking cannot be cancelled. The ground is not available for random public usage. It’s only for member clubs.
Tikkurila Cricket Ground (TCG) is the second ground to be repurposed for cricket in Uusimaa. Tripling as a rugby, football, and cricket field, the ground is regularly used for club training sessions and domestic league matches during the spring and summer seasons.
Please note: Pitch use is not permitted, only nets. You can book minimum 1h (20€), but feel free to book multiple slots if you need more time. The ground is not available for public usage.
Reservations for the use of Tikkurila training nets or field can only be made online via Vantaa City platform on “Timmi”. These reservations can be made only in the name of official CF-member cricket clubs. Should you have any questions regarding ground bookings, please email .
Full guidelines on Tikkurila ground booking was sent to all clubs on 24th May, 2022.
The Käpylä sports park has a large gravel field, which is regularly reserved for cricket activities during the spring and summer seasons. Activities include domestic league matches, general club training sessions, and much more.
Eerikkilä is a versatile sports and nature tourism center equidistant to three of Finland’s largest cities. They offer a high-level framework for nature and exercise experiences for families, top athletes, and corporate customers. Clubs can hold training sessions here during the winter, and the men’s national cricket team, ¨The Bears¨, hold training camps here throughout the year.
Cricket Finland organises one to two camps each summer for junior players. There is a camp always early in June, but in past years a camp has also been organised in August. To book your spot on the Finnish Cricket Association’s Junior Cricket Camp (ages 8-12) or Cricket Camp for Youngsters (ages 13-17). contact: