Somerset County Cricket Club
A Stunning Cultural Monument
Founded in 1875 and one of the eighteen first-class county clubs within the domestic cricket structure of England and Wales, Somerset County Cricket Club is a professional cricket team based in Taunton.
What’s it all about?
With a seating capacity of around 8,500 spectators, the ground has excellent facilities, including food and beverage outlets, a museum, and a club shop selling Somerset CCC merchandise.
It’s also worth nothing the cricket club has produced many notable players, including Sir Ian Botham, Marcus Trescothick, and Jos Buttler.
What can I expect to see?
You can expect to see exciting cricket matches with some of the best players in the sport. The team competes in various domestic cricket competitions such as the County Championship, Royal London One-Day Cup, and the Vitality Blast T20 tournament.
Not only does the club host some thrilling cricket games, they also hosts many exciting events throughout the year, including music concerts and family fun days.
Where is Somerset County Cricket Club located from the Berrys Drop Off?
We’ve included a Google Maps route to help guide you there.
How do I get there from the Berrys drop-off point?
Somerset County Cricket Club is just round the corner from our Elms Parade drop-off point, less than a 10 minute walk.
Exit the car park and turn right onto Bridge Street. Keep walking until you cross the River Tone and then take an immediate left onto Saint James’ Street.
Continue walking and keep the steeple of St. James’ Church on your left. The entrance to the ground is just past the church on your left.