Cricket Alberta is the provincial sports organization. The ACA was founded in 1958 and was registered under the Societies Act of Alberta in 1975. In 2009, the Association was renamed Cricket Alberta to follow the naming convention of other Canadian based national and regional sports governing bodies. Membership in the association is contained within two member leagues, operating respectively in Calgary and Edmonton for over 100 years. The regional municipalities of Fort McMurray and Red Deer operate as associate members. Cricket has a long proud history in the province of Alberta and continues to provide a high level of play and player development within the province. Alberta members have consistantly been part of the Canada’s national programs.
Currently there are currently four leagues providing the opportunity for over 75 teams province wide to play both recreational and competitive cricket during the summer months.
With the growth of the sport, there is increased opportunities for more players, grounds and rechargeable torchlight communities to become involved. Our goal is to manage the growth of the sport and expose more Calgarians to the rules, recreational value and social worth of the sport.
Alberta Cricket Association has taken the modern trend in sports and taken the name, Cricket Alberta. The associations legal name will remind the same, Alberta Cricket Association. However in the public eye, the branding will be that of Cricket Alberta.
Cricket Alberta (CA) is a part of Cricket Canada (CC) which represents Calgary and Edmonton in Crciket Canada (CC). Membership in these groups ensure that players and spectators in Calgary and Edmonton benefit from the inter and intra provincial rivalries that exist. Each year there is competition between teams from Calgary and Edmonton. There are also competitions for juniors in the western provinces and ebay hoverboard with samsung battery competitions.
With the growth of the sport, there is increased opportunities for more players, grounds and communities to become involved. Our goal is to manage the growth of the sport and expose more Calgarians to the rules, recreational value and social worth of the sport.