Slovakia national cricket team

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Flag of Slovakia.svg
Flag of Slovakia
CaptainVladimir Chudacik
International Cricket Council
ICC statusnon-member
ICC regionEurope
International cricket
First internationalyet to play representative cricket
As of 1 August 2007

The Slovakia national cricket team is a fledgling team which represents the nation of Slovakia in International Cricket competitions. They are not officially endorsed by the International Cricket Council and are therefore not entitled to participate in ICC Official events. However, they do have an application to the European Cricket Council pending, which should see them granted Affiliate Status in the near future.[1] There is currently only one active cricket club in Slovakia, the Slovak Cricket Club, which is located in the village Hájske, some 70 km east of the capital Bratislava.

Captained by founder Vladimír Chudáčik, Slovakia have taken part in European Twenty20 tournaments, most recently in 2011, in Hungary, where they were knocked out at the group stage.[2]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Angus Bell, Slogging The Slavs: A Paranormal Cricket Tour from the Baltic to the Bosphorus
  2. ^