Colombia national cricket team
|ICC membership granted||n/a|
|ICC member status||Non-member|
|ICC development region||Americas|
|World Cricket League division||n/a|
|First recorded match||1958 v Venezuela|
|As of 1 October 2008|
The Colombian national cricket team represents Colombia in international cricket matches.
The club's first match was played in Cali in December 1957 against a rival team gathered by a former BCC member representing Cali Shell. These matches were the first of a series of tests played between Bogotá against Cali and/or the Rest of Colombia for the "H.E.'s Bat", a prize donated by British Ambassador and Honorary President of the Club Sir James Joint.
The first international match was played against Maracaibo (Shell) in Bogotá in February 1958. The return game was played in June of the same year. These series continued successfully until 1961.
In 1961 the Bogota Cricket Club was merged into the Bogotá Sports Club.
Other matches were played against Cali, Medellín, Caracas (team included ex-West Indies Test cricketer Tony White), Curaçao, Lima, the Banks, BEA Silver Wing Club, the California Cricket Club (on their South American Tour), the Quidnuncs (including Dudley Owen Thomas, David Hays and Derek George), and finally in February 1979 Derrick Robins' XI.
The B.S.C. (with Tony White) was the only side to bowl them out (for 184) during their South American tour. Norman Bracht took 5–74 in 20 overs and White 3–70 in 22. Their side was managed by Peter Parfitt (with Henry Blofeld), captained by Chris Cowdrey and included Bill Athey, Graham Stevenson, Tim Lloyd and other good young county cricketers.
In the eighties there were limited cricket appearances in Colombia and internationally due to the decline in the number of cricketers in Colombia.
- Colombia: Panama wins series 2–0 but Colombian cricket is the winner
- Colombia: Bullfights and cricket at 2500 metres
- Colombia: Cricket with altitude, as our game returns to Bogota
- South American Championships: Colombia may be late addition
- Colombia: Cricket returns to Bogota
- Colombia: Possible South American Championships gig adds to Colombian cricket's renewed hope Retrieved on 16 September 2007
- South American Championship, December – 2004 Retrieved on 16 September 2007
- Colombia: It's sixes on the roof as cricket comes to Cali Retrieved on 16 September 2007
- BTTW's List of Cricket Playing Countries: 30 more join the cricketing family Retrieved on 16 September 2007