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Covid-19 Update

Due to COVID-19, the Lord’s Indoor Cricket Centre is currently closed.All those affected by this closure will be contacted individually and, where appropriate, offered the choice of re-scheduling or accepting a full refund.

We are working on plans to safely reopen the Lord’s Indoor Cricket Centre and welcome back customers to our facilities. We will make a decision regarding this in due course and with continued reference to the advice of the UK Government.

MCC is sorry to bring you this news and for any inconvenience it may cause you.

Adult Development Programme

The Adult development Program is run on Friday night between 7-9pm.

The course is aimed at all levels from club players who are looking to get practice in before the start of the season to those just starting out or coming back to cricket after time away from the game.

The course will cover all aspects of the game batting, bowling, fielding and with a fitness element as well. There will be technical advice and the use of the analysis and bowling machines here at the academy.

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All bookings for Lord's Cricket Courses must be made online here. Bookings for Courses are subject to availability so please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

The number of people on the course depends on the age and type of session. Please see the table below for the maximum numbers for each age group.

Age Group Weekly Course Holiday Course
Pre School 16 16
Reception 16 16
Year 1 20 20
Year 2 20 20
Year 3-4 20 24
Year 5-6 20 24
Year 7-8 20 24
Year 9-11 20 24


For a course that is fully subscribed, there will be four coaches allocated per session.

Participants on the older age groups (Year 3 and above) are encouraged to wear cricket whites if they have them but can also wear any cricket training kit they have as well as trainers suitable for indoors.

For the younger age groups (Year 2 and below) participants can wear cricket whites if they have them but should ensure that they are in clothing that is comfortable for physical activity as well as trainers suitable for indoors.

Participants in Year 5 and above will need full protective cricket equipment including pads, gloves, a box, a bat and a helmet as well as a hard cricket ball.

Participants on the Year 4 and below do not need to bring protective equipment with them as all equipment will be provided. If participants wish to bring their own bat then that is encouraged.

The weather will not affect the courses as they are all run from the Indoor Cricket Centre at Lord’s.

Lunch is not provided on the courses, however, there is a café in the Indoor Cricket Centre where food and drinks can be purchased. Participants can also bring their own packed lunch, snacks and drinks if they wish. Participants should bring a bottle of water with them with water fountains in the Indoor Cricket Centre to fill these up throughout the sessions.

Participants should arrive 10 minutes before the session to register at the reception of the Indoor Cricket Centre. Please also ensure that if your child has any allergies, ailments and/or requires any medication that you inform the Indoor Cricket Centre reception and leave anything that he or she may require during the Course with one of MCC’s representatives.

Finally, please ensure that your child is picked up from the Indoor Cricket Centre at the end of the Course. MCC accepts no responsibility for supervision of any children following the conclusion of the Course.

Entry for the Indoor Cricket Centre is via the North Gate off Wellington Place. Parking at Lord’s is limited and subject to availability (on a first come first served basis only). On Match Days there is no parking available anywhere in the Ground.