List of Sussex County Cricket Club grounds

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Central Recreation Ground

Central Recreation Ground, HastingsHastingsHastings Festival
In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, their main out grounds were the Central Recreation Ground in Hastings, The Saffrons in Eastbourne, the Cricket Field Road Ground in Horsham, and the Arundel Castle Cricket Ground (from 1972).
The ground was frequently used by Sussex County Cricket Club as one of their outgrounds from 1865; in total, Sussex played 143 first-class and 17 List A matches at the ground.

Sussex County Cricket Club

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Sussex County Cricket Club is one of the 18 member clubs of the English County Championship, representing the historic county of Sussex.

County Championship

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Sussex County Cricket Club is one of the 18 member clubs of the English County Championship, representing the historic county of Sussex.

Historic counties of England

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Sussex County Cricket Club is one of the 18 member clubs of the English County Championship, representing the historic county of Sussex.

Sussex

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Sussex County Cricket Club is one of the 18 member clubs of the English County Championship, representing the historic county of Sussex.

First-class cricket

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Although Sussex representative sides had been playing cricket since the mid-eighteenth century and had also played first-class cricket matches since 1815, the County Cricket Club was established on 1 March 1839.

Twenty20

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They have played first-class matches since 1839, List A matches since 1963, and Twenty20 matches since 2003.

Home (sports)

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In total, Sussex have played first-class, List A and Twenty20 cricket at 17 different grounds across the county.

Royal New Ground

Royal New Ground, BrightonBrightonBox's Ground
The club's first fixture was played at the Royal New Ground, Brighton.

Brighton

Brighton, EnglandBrighton, SussexBrighton, East Sussex
The club's first fixture was played at the Royal New Ground, Brighton.

Royal Brunswick Ground

Royal Brunswick Ground, HoveHoveRoyal Brunswick Ground, Brighton
The ground was Sussex's main ground until 1848, when the Royal Brunswick Ground in Brunswick, Hove became the main ground.

Brunswick (Hove)

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The ground was Sussex's main ground until 1848, when the Royal Brunswick Ground in Brunswick, Hove became the main ground.

2003 County Championship

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The County Ground was the venue where Sussex claimed the 2003 and 2007 County Championships.

2007 County Championship

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The County Ground was the venue where Sussex claimed the 2003 and 2007 County Championships.

1999 Cricket World Cup

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It is also the only ground in Sussex to have hosted international cricket; in the 1999 World Cup, a One Day International between India and South Africa was played at the ground.

One Day International

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It is also the only ground in Sussex to have hosted international cricket; in the 1999 World Cup, a One Day International between India and South Africa was played at the ground.

India national cricket team

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It is also the only ground in Sussex to have hosted international cricket; in the 1999 World Cup, a One Day International between India and South Africa was played at the ground.

South Africa national cricket team

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It is also the only ground in Sussex to have hosted international cricket; in the 1999 World Cup, a One Day International between India and South Africa was played at the ground.

Petworth Park New Ground

In 1849, the club used a venue outside Brighton for the first time, when they played a first-class match at Petworth Park New Ground; the match against Surrey is notable for being one of Sussex's lowest aggregate scoring matches of all time, with only 287 runs scored.

Hastings

Hastings, East SussexHastings Borough CouncilHastings, England
In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, their main out grounds were the Central Recreation Ground in Hastings, The Saffrons in Eastbourne, the Cricket Field Road Ground in Horsham, and the Arundel Castle Cricket Ground (from 1972).

The Saffrons

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In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, their main out grounds were the Central Recreation Ground in Hastings, The Saffrons in Eastbourne, the Cricket Field Road Ground in Horsham, and the Arundel Castle Cricket Ground (from 1972).

Eastbourne

Eastbourne, EnglandEastbourne, East SussexEastbourne, Sussex, England
In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, their main out grounds were the Central Recreation Ground in Hastings, The Saffrons in Eastbourne, the Cricket Field Road Ground in Horsham, and the Arundel Castle Cricket Ground (from 1972).

Horsham

RoffeyHorsham, SussexLittlehaven
In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, their main out grounds were the Central Recreation Ground in Hastings, The Saffrons in Eastbourne, the Cricket Field Road Ground in Horsham, and the Arundel Castle Cricket Ground (from 1972).

Arundel Castle Cricket Ground

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In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, their main out grounds were the Central Recreation Ground in Hastings, The Saffrons in Eastbourne, the Cricket Field Road Ground in Horsham, and the Arundel Castle Cricket Ground (from 1972).

2016 English cricket season

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Eastbourne cancelled its proposed fixture in 2001 and did not host another county match until 2017, whilst Horsham was not awarded any matches for the 2016 season, due to financial difficulties.