Why We're Here
The Cricket Supporters Association (CSA) is a fully independent, democratic, not for profit organisation which has been established to give all cricket fans a voice and have their rights represented.

By joining up, you will be making the fan’s voice stronger and will allow the CSA to represent your rights, wants and needs to the administrators, media and stakeholders within the game.

The CSA is for you, whether you love and play recreational cricket, are an ardent county cricket supporters, love being there for test cricket or would rather watch it all from the comfort of your armchair.

The CSA is free to join and cricket fans can get involved in a wide number of ways:
– online on the forum
– participating in our surveys
– engaging with our social media channels
– attending one of our bi-annual meetings held at various venues across the country

We are also looking for volunteers to get involved across the country and so if you are interested, please email info@cricketsupporters.com
We know there are a huge range of issues that can affect fans and want you to have your say – please complete the survey here (add in hyperlink) , get involved in the forum or email us at info@cricketsupporters.com

The Three Pillars
– ensuring the game is accessible to all people at all levels – including free to air content and affordability of tickets.
– ensuring the stakeholders and management of the game are held accountable for their actions.
– being a mouth piece for the fan whatever their background, likes or dislikes of the different forms of the game.
Who's behind the CSA?
The CSA is a democratic organisation and policy is set up by members and affiliated / associated supporters’ organisations at the CSA General Meeting to be held on an annual basis.
To find out more on the CSA board and organisation please click here.