The CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket

Welcome to the homepage of the new website for the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket, a facility housed in the National Cricket Centre at Sophia Gardens – the home of Glamorgan County Cricket Club and The Welsh Fire.

Opened in 2012 thanks to generous funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Visit Wales, the Museum is an award-winning facility devoted to celebrating the proud history and rich heritage of cricket in Wales. In 2019 the Museum became recognized by the Arts Council as the first fully accredited cricket museum in the UK.

You can now enjoy online a taster about some of the fascinating information which the Museum contains, as well as a glimpse of some of the archive photographs of Welsh cricket housed in the Museum’s collection.

An image of the pupils from Gilwern School in Brynmawr, as seen in 1924. Credit – Glamorgan Cricket Archives
Swansea CC seen at Maesteg in 1905. Credit – Glamorgan Cricket Archives

We would be delighted to hear from you if you have an image, an object or another item which you would like to share with us. Please use the “Contact Us” button above to get in touch.


Also on this website are tasters of some of the other areas of work undertaken by the Community Department at Glamorgan County Cricket Club – “Glamorgan Remembers” pays tribute to the actions of the county’s former players during the two World Wars; “Glamorgan Education” looks at some of the outstanding work undertaken by schools in conjunction with Glamorgan County Cricket Club, whilst “Glamorgan Centenary” is part of the upcoming celebration of the Club’s 100 years as a first-class county. You can view these tasters by clicking on the tabs at the top of this page.

14.07.19 – Glamorgan v Middlesex, Specsavers County Championship Division 2 – Glamorgan players celebrate after Charlie Hemphrey of Glamorgan catches Stevie Eskinazi of Middlesex off the bowling of Lukas Carey of Glamorgan
Viv Richards and Hugh Morris celebrate winning the AXA Sunday League in 1993