Welcome to Southgate Cricket Club

Located at the stunning Walker Ground in North London, our club has existed for over 160 years and today is proud to remain one of the best venues for club cricket in the South of England.

We offer fantastic opportunities for competitive cricket with our First XI competing in the Middlesex Premier League, one of the best leagues in the UK. In total we operate four teams in Middlesex League action every Saturday plus cup matches and friendlies on Sundays and mid week.

Junior Cricket is very important at the club and continues to go from strength to strength. Coaching with professional coaches takes place every week throughout the summer and winter months starting at under 9s.  Our U21 Developement XI has won the Middlesex Development Shield in recent seasons.

We hire our beautiful ground out to corporate clients and clubs and are very proud to have hosted many county and international touring sides as well as  cup finals at local and national level. For more information please email us for details.

2016 is thus far proving to be every bit as exciting as 2015 and we would love to hear from you if you are keen in getting involved. Anyone looking for a club with a top class venue, great people and some of the best value cricket in Middlesex should get in touch.


Want to play for Southgate CC?

Email: cricket@southgatecc.com for more information and click here to join our mailing list.

Bugle – Week 3
May 27th, 2016
1st XI Beat Twickenham After a dramatic and tense win over Stanmore the previous week the 1st XI headed to Twickenham where tensions would be high with returning Southgate old b...

Week 3 – A Clean Sweep
May 22nd, 2016
Southgate CC recorded maximum points from all four fixtures for the 2nd week running on Saturday 21st of May. Click here for 1st XI Scorecard Match reports will follow in the...

The Bugle – Week 2
May 20th, 2016
1st XI Win Thriller v Stanmore Scorecard Stanmore became the latest victims of the batting second disease as they collapsed dramatically to effectively hand Southgate a game ...