|Find out how to get playing cricket|
|Around the Academy:
Even Michael Vaughan had to start somewhere.
So if you want to follow in the footsteps of the England captain, then you've definitely come to the right place!
Check out our guide to getting involved.
It teaches you the basic skills and playing within a team.
And it's played with a plastic bat and ball, so don't worry about facing those bouncers just yet!
It can be played outdoors or indoors and it develops your basic skills.
So once you feel confident, you can start playing with the proper equipment.
Once you've mastered the basic skills playing Inter and Kwik Cricket, it's time to move onto the leather and willow.
There are loads of clubs around the country and they're always looking for new players - especially if you're the next Freddie Flintoff!
There's loads of different ways you can play the sport.
There's table cricket for kids with severe physical or learning disabilities.
Rather than play on a pitch, it's played on a table tennis table!
There's also blind cricket for anyone with visual difficulties.
And there's disabled cricket which is played exactly like their able-bodied colleagues play.
Players in wheelchairs can play alongside team-mates with other disabilities.