This year the Cup Match Classic will be played in the Town of St. Georges. Here are a few ways to get to the game:
1. Sea Express
Travel to St. George’s by ferry, the way Bermudians did […]
Alma (Champ) Hunt, was the outstanding Bermuda cricketer of the 20th century and such a capable cricket administrator that he led Bermuda’s triumphs in the ICC tournament he helped found in the late 1970s and […]
The Basics of the Game
Before the first ball is thrown, know a little bit more about the game that inspired the holiday.
Cricket is a game played with a bat and ball on a large field, […]
Tips to Survive Cup Match
Let Your Hair Down and Prepare for Stores Closing – It is okay to relax and enjoy yourself on the island. It may be best to head to the beach, the […]
The Cup Match holiday isn’t just about Cricket. It is also an occasion for off-beat mid-summer peculiarities that include a vibrant carnival atmosphere and the potential of winning fast, tax-free cash.
Whichever team hosts the annual Cup Match […]
Cricket, a British game that originated in England centuries ago, not unique to Bermuda. It originated as a sport of the British Royal Family, possibly with King Edward II in the year 1300. By 1550, […]
Is it your first time to Bermuda or are you a local and want to learn more about this year’s Cup Match hosts?
The Historic Town of St. Georges
Welcome to the fifth oldest Northern European municipality […]
Every year, before the start of the Cup Match holiday, rival fans can be seen donning their team’s colours in preparation for the big event.
No matter what the score is, your team needs you! Whether you […]
Do you know… How many of Bermuda’s Roads are named in honour of Cricket?
By Horst Augustinovic
Cricket, a centuries-old game that originated in England, was first brought to Bermuda in the 1840s by soldiers of the British Army. […]