The Cricketer Christmas Gift Guide caters for all cricket lovers, for those who play and those who are just fanatics about the game.

This year our gifts can improve your batting or decorate your home, the wide variety on offer will make your Christmas shopping infinitely easier. Browse through our carefully picked selection of gifts and buy the perfect present for your loved one this Christmas.

Cricket books from Pitch Publishing

Independent sports publisher Pitch Publishing have released five cricket titles this year, and they make ideal stocking fillers for cricket readers.

Durham CCC, Franklyn Stephenson, John Murray, The Cricket World Cup of 1992 and cricket’s finest paining — Kent v Lancashire, 1906 — provide fascinating subject matter for these five wonderful books. 

Hand-crafted leather wallets by The Game

A full range of cricket inspired wallets made from the finest Italian leather. The five handcrafted designs come in a variety of colours while the seam stitching is a welcome nod to the game we love. Custom monogramming will make this gift extra special. Priced from £36.99

Wisden Almanack Subscription

An annual subscription to the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack is the perfect gift. Subscribers will not only receive the book each year on publication in April but also have access to a host of benefits including priority access to events and exclusive discounts. Price £25 (RRP £55)

The Perfect Gift From Lord's

Treat the cricket lover in your life to a gift from Lord's this Christmas. From a Replica Ashes Urn (£55) to a wide range of stocking fillers, the Home of Cricket has something for everyone following an incredible summer of action.

The Cricketer 2020 Calendar

The Cricketer’s 2020 calendar showcases the picturesque scenes of village cricket and some of the most beautiful scenes the game has to offer. Sized A4 and in full colour this gift will brighten up any home. £14.99

The Cricketer 2020 Leather Diary

The Cricketer’s ever-popular weekly pocket diary comes with 16 pages of essential fixtures and statistics to keep you up to speed on England and the rest of the international cricket calendar in 2020. Never miss a match or meeting with this exclusive diary. £14.99

Beautifully designed coasters by The Cricketer

A perfect gift for any cricket loving tea drinker. This set includes four cork-backed coasters, each designed with a memorable issue of The Cricketer. £14.99

The Cricketer Christmas subscription

Subscribe to The Cricketer this Christmas, for you or a loved one, and receive one of these superb gifts. Choose from either a £20 John Lewis gift card or a copy of Alastair Cook's excellent new autobiography. From £44.99

Historic archive covers from The Cricketer

Relive our sport’s finest moments through the eyes of your favourite cricket magazine. The Cricketer’s vast archive of cover prints includes any edition of the magazine since 1952, giving you the opportunity to see how the cricketing world reacted to our sports greatest moments. £59.99

Hand-drawn illustrations of cricket's biggest characters

The Cricketer are pleased to offer framed illustrations. They include Warwick Armstrong, Jack Hobbs, and the cover of the magazine’s first ever issue from 1921, edited by Plum Warner. £49.99

County Artwork

Brought to you exclusively by The Cricketer, these fabulous designs depict county cricket's finest sights. Perfect for any cricket lover's home. £59.99

Wes Hall Signed Print

This stunning gift celebrates the career of Wes Hall, one of the greatest fast bowlers in the history of cricket. Wes has hand-signed 10 prints of our iconic June 1963 issue, which features the legendary West Indian cricketer in his pomp. We are now delighted to be able to offer these hand-signed prints of the cover, framed with mount. £99.99



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