The Cricketer is the world's oldest and best-selling cricket magazine. Established in 1921 The Cricketer has been at the heart of the game for 100 years.

Today, it is the pinnacle of cricket coverage, comprehensively covering county cricket and levels in between; from international to club cricket.

Each month will have a host of the finest writers cricket has to offer including columns from the brilliant Mike Selvey; the peerless Barney Ronay; ex-England captain Nasser Hussain; and Tanya Aldred we bring the opinions of the brightest minds in cricket.

Renowned Australian writer and author Gideon Haigh is a recent addition to The Cricketer's roster, commenting on a favourite image of cricket's past.

You can subscribe to The Cricketer for 12 issues via our store, bringing year-round coverage of the greatest game from the greatest writers in sport. 

In store
The Cricketer is available in all WH Smiths and major supermarkets. You can also buy a copy of the latest magazine here or back issues here direct from our store.

Online store
Our gift section holds limited-edition signed prints of recent covers and we will soon be launching the opportunity to buy prints of our cover archive, stretching back to the 1920s.


County cricket covered

Journalism’s best and most exhaustive package of county cricket coverage: all 18 counties featured every month, including diary, interviews, 100 objects, big matches

Unrivalled columnists

Trio of top columnists. Now Mike Selvey is no longer cricket correspondent of The Guardian we are the guaranteed forum for his thoughts; Barney Ronay, cricket’s most vibrant voice; Tanya Aldred... forward-thinking, funny and provocative

The Window

Gideon Haigh's The Window. One of the world’s best contemporary cricket writers celebrates the visual imagery of our great game

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