The Best Magazines For Cricket Lovers

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The Best Magazines for Cricket Lovers

The Best Magazines For Cricket Lovers

Whether you like to soak in the sound of leather on willow from the pavillion, don your whites and practise your fast bowling in the nets, or simply tune into the Ashes with a cold glass of Pimms, there are a plethora of cricket magazines to enjoy that cover the quintessentially English sport.

But no matter if it’s international fixtures, the T20 Vitality Blast or county derbies that bowl you over, you can find fascinating information on the game’s history, interviews with the players you want to hear more from, the issues currently surrounding the sport, as well as who is winning and losing and vital information on what’s coming next here at

Our broad range of cricket magazine subscriptions will hit you for six. Discover our top-quality titles which can help form an introduction to the sport, fuel your love of the game or take your knowledge of what’s happening out in the middle to the next level.

The Cricketer magazine

The Cricketer

Looking for a cricket magazine that’s quick off the bat? The Cricketer has been batting back with an independent voice on the sport with swing since 1921. A subscription is the ideal gift for the cricket critic in your life and cricket fans across the land. Be the first to find out the latest scores, reports on matches, upcoming events, player score histories and team news. As the world’s No.1 cricket magazine, a subscription to The Cricketer magazine is essential if you want up-to-date cricket news, exclusive interviews with past and present stars of the sport, detailed team and country coverage and engaging monthly columns and articles before the issue hits the stands.

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Wisden Cricket Monthly magazine

Wisden Cricket Monthly

The most trusted cricket title in the game, Wisden Cricket Monthly delivers fresh, contemporary features every month from the best celebrated writers and columnists in the field alongside big-name interviews. The monthly magazine is perhaps best known for being committed to covering, analysing and celebrating the game in all its forms and offering unrivalled coverage of both the amateur and elite game - from international to county and club cricket. The self-proclaimed ‘independent voice of cricket’, Wisden Cricket Monthly has established itself as the go-to magazine in the field.

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The Nightwatchman magazine

The Nightwatchman

Cricket’s past is steeped in a tradition of great writing and Wisden is making sure its future will be too with The Nightwatchman, their quarterly collection of essays and long-form articles. Wisden’s cricket tome showcases the very best cricket writing from around the world. Each eagerly anticipated issue is an eclectic selection of engaging, original pieces, written by leading cricket journalists and well-known writers from other disciplines – including music, poetry, literature, history and mathematics. Launched in 2013, a few celebrated contributors to date include Gideon Haigh, Patrick Neate, John Crace and Aakash Chopra.

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The Cricket Paper newspaper

The Cricket Paper

Currently taking a season break until the new cricket season in April 2023, The Cricket Paper is the UK’s only all cricketing weekly newspaper covering cricket matches from around the world, from elite level to local domestic cricket. The chief correspondent is Peter Hayter, the award-winning writer with The Mail on Sunday. One of the unique aspects of The Cricket Paper’s coverage of the cricket scene is its depth - with more than 60 match reports, round-ups from all 25 ECB county leagues and comprehensive results service during the domestic season. Off-Season, The Cricket Paper becomes more feature-led carrying more in-depth interviews and focusing on the issues of the week.

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Whether you’re a new fan of the sport, an avid player or a seasoned lover of the game, there’s something to inspire everyone whatever their angle here at Browse our extensive range of cricket magazines and don’t be caught out!