Emirates Cricket Board

United Arab Emirates Cricket Board is the official administered sport body of cricket in United Arab Emirates and agent at the International Cricket Council since 1990. It is additionally a member of the Asian Cricket Council.

On 21 July 2016, UAE cricket made a critical stride towards full demonstrable skill, with the Emirates Cricket Board conceding two-year focal contracts to eight of its players.They have various groups in the council comprising of men, women and U19.

The UAE senior Men’s group speaks to the United Arab Emirates in all formal and informal cricket matches. UAE Men’s turned into an affiliate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 1989 and is an associate member in 1990. In ODI group, the UAE have won the Asian Cricket Council’s ACC Trophy on four continuous events between the long stretches of 2000 and 2006. They won the ICC Trophy in 1994, and played their first ODIs that year, UAE men’s additionally fit the bill for the 1996 Cricket World Cup. Other ODI matches were played in the 2004 and 2008 Asia Cup competitions. At the 2014 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, the UAE were set second behind Scotland, and therefore fit the bill for 2015 Cricket World Cup. The UAE additionally picked up ODI status, through to 2018.

The UAE Women’s group is the group that speaks to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in global and provincial cricket matches. In July 2007, they made their worldwide introduction in the ACC Women’s Tournament, which was played in Malaysia. The ladies’ group keeps on making enormous strides at a local level, most as of late by asserting the title of GCC Women’s T20 Championship victors at its debut competition played in Oman in late 2014.

The UAE under 19 group is the group that speaks to the United Arab Emirates in all U19 formal and informal cricket matches. They played in their first ICC World Cup in 2014, when the UAE facilitated the worldwide competition. UAE’s U19’s house is the ICC Academy at Dubai Sports City, Dubai..

UAE senior Men’s, women’s and U19 cricket group home is the ICC Academy at Dubai Sports City, Dubai and is gladly supported by Al Nabooda Insurance Brokers.

Contact info

Tel: +971 2 558 8331

Email: info@emiratescricket.com