Our many successes on the pitch require a huge amount of support off of it. The club requires financial help from its commercial partners to remain at the heart of the community and to continue to develop.

All the money that we generate is reinvested in the club – for the further development of our facilities and to support our coaching programmes, both within the club and out in the wider community.

We are currently raising money for a number of projects for the coming season, including:
• To purchase and renovate equipment (e.g. bowling machines, new covers and sightscreens)
• The funding of coach education courses for club members and volunteers
• The upgrade and renovation of our scoreboxes

We have a variety of sponsorship packages available including:

  • Team Kit branding for Men’s, Women’s and Youth Teams
  • Pitch-side signage at our Jordan Hill home ground
  • Website and Social Media branding

We are a vibrant and diverse club that supports cricket from the playground all the way to the county ground, forming a crucial part of the community. We are always looking to engage with local organisations  – if you are interested in finding out more then please contact the Club Secretary at oxfordcricketclub+secretary@gmail.com.

About Our Sponsors

Rose & Crown, North Parade Avenue



The Rose and Crown is situated on North Parade Avenue and has been a public house since 1863. Currently serving a range of Draught Real Ales, Lagers, Cider, Stout, Wines, Spirits and an excellent range of soft drinks to accompany their menus (food served daily 1200-1415 [1515 on Sundays] and 1800-2100) and the wide range of events hosted at the Rose and Crown and on North Parade.

Grant and Stone


Oxford Bus Company

OBClogoOxford Bus Company is synonymous with the city of Oxford and contributes greatly to the city and surrounding communities. They provide the best possible service to the people of Oxford whilst minimising environmental impact on the historic city. They now have one of the highest percentages of electric-hybrid buses in a bus fleet in the UK.