This is a fans’ site dedicated to Subbuteo Cricket, the best “table top” cricket game ever produced. It’s based on a collection of every playing piece appearing on price lists or in brochures from the game’s launch in 1949 to its withdrawal in 1983.
If you were a player way back when, I hope this site brings back some very happy memories. The game still has a very active following in the UK and internationally, so if you’re an enthusiast looking to buy a set today, or even a collector, I hope the site is a useful source of information for you.
This site has no commercial purpose and is not intended to infringe any trade marks or brand ownership rights.
About this site and this collection. A brief history of the game & links to other sites.
Baize and nylon pitches, wickets and stumps, fences, scoreboards and those great spectators.
From the earliest card sets to the floodlit era, you can see each set and its contents here.
Full copies of the rules for the flat players era & the 00 scale sets, plus other paperwork.
Feature – Flat era sight screens complete the collection!
After many years of watching out for a set to come up for sale, I’m delighted to have finally added the flat era sight screens to my collection.
This last piece of the jigsaw means that this site reflects an example of every variant of every Subbuteo cricket item that was ever part of the range. See more here.