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The Kia Oval, home to Surrey County Cricket Club was founded in 1845 and is one of the most historic sports clubs in the United Kingdom, playing host to International cricket since 1880 and the birth place of the Ashes in 1882. Throughout the international match day, hospitality, food & beverages are served to over 23,000 guests

As well as International Cricket, The Kia Oval hosts the NatWest T20 Blast Series. The this event the stadium comes alive with fast pace cricket and the roar of the crowd rumbling through the stand.

Our Vision

Be the BEST at Cricket

Have the BEST ground

To have the BEST support base

Our Values

Working together as ONE TEAM. Our work and objectives are all interrelated. We must recognize the value that each party brings, and help others to succeed. We seek RESPONSIBILITY, and apply the highest professional standards at all time. We encourage individuals to take responsibility as part of a dynamic organisation, and always to act in the best interest of the club.

We are AMBITIOUS. We will continually set challenging targets for our club and will require dedicated people with the skill sets to achieve these targets.

As well as hosting International and Domestic Match Days the Kia Oval has an extremely successful Conference & Events business. We have great facilities for hosting private dinners, Christmas and summer parties, Birthday parties, team building and networking sessions, Cricket tours and weddings.

Events Include:
  • Royal London One Day Cup: Surrey v Essex, 2nd May 2017
  • Royal London One Day Cup: Surrey v Middlesex, 5th May 2017
  • Royal London One Day Cup: Surrey v Kent, 12th May 2017
  • Royal London One Day Cup: Surrey v Hampshire, 14th May 2017
  • ICC Champions Trophy: England v Bangladesh, 1st June 2017
  • ICC Champions Trophy: Sri Lanka v South Africa, 3rd June 2017
  • ICC Champions Trophy: Australia v Bangladesh, 5th June 2017
  • ICC Champions Trophy:  India v Sri Lanka, 8th June 2017
  • ICC Champions Trophy:  India v South Africa 11th June 2017
  • ICC Champions Trophy: Final, 18th June 2017
  • County Championship: Surrey v Hampshire, 3-6 July 2017
  • T20 Blast: Surrey v Somerset, 9th July 2017
  • T20 Blast: Surrey v Kent, 14th July 2017
  • T20 Blast: Surrey v Essex, 19th July 2017
  • T20 Blast: Surrey v Middlesex, 21st July 2017
  • International Test Cricket: England v South Africa, 27-31 July 2017
  • One Day International, England v West Indies, 27th September 2017
Getting to The Kia Oval

By Underground

Take the Northern Line to the Oval tube station, The main entrance to the ground is 100 on your left upon leaving the station. The ground is also a ten minute walk from Vauxhall tube station, which is on the Victoria line.

By Rail
Take South West Trains to Vauxhall station is a ten minute walk from the ground. The station is well served by trains throughout Surrey and Hampshire as well as from the Greater London area.

By Bus
Route number 36, 185 and 436 stop outside the ground and other local services stop around the corner. The following buses stop within a 5 minute walk of the ground: 3, 59, 109, 133, 159, 333. For more information on the buses visit the TFL website.

By Bike
Bike is limited bike parking outside of the Hobbs Gate in the form of bike racks, This is allocated on a first come, first serve basis.

By Car
The Ground is situated on the A202, near the junction with the A3 and A24, just south of Vauxhall Bridge and 10 minutes from Victoria and Waterloo. No specific car parking is available at, or in the vicinity of the ground and we advise you to use public transport.

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