Glenrothes Cricket Club is a main partner of Glenrothes Community Sport & Health Hub.


Cricket activities at the Hub are delivered by Glenrothes Cricket Club along with their junior programme the Glenrothes Gladiators.

Training: Wednesday (seniors) and Friday (juniors) 18:15-20:00 at Gilvenbank Park weather dependent (juniors go indoors at the Hub on Friday’s for indoor games and cricket education).

Games: Our two senior teams principally play on Saturday’s, start time 1pm.  Softball cricket typically held on Sunday morning at festivals (with multiple teams).  Junior hardball games are played through the week: Under 12s on Thursday evenings, Under 14s on Monday evenings and Under 16s on Wednesday evenings.

Costs: Our membership categories and fees are predominantly all-inclusive meaning once you become a member there would be no additional costs such as match fees or training costs.  We also offer pay as you go options, and also can offer free participation to those looking to learn more about the game or those struggling financially.

Glenrothes Gladiators

Our aim at the Glenrothes Gladiators is to unlock a passion and love for cricket through supporting healthy lives, building a culture of fun, enjoyment and respect and empowering young people to be the best they can be. This is achieved through providing high quality and fun cricket training and games which in turn is complimented by a programme of multi-sports which build core skills such as hand-eye coordination and developing agility, speed and confidence.

We run softball (Under 11s) and hardball (Under 12s, Under 14s and Under 16s) cricket teams, taking part in regular games and festivals within Fife and across Central and East Scotland.  We also provide a pathway into senior cricket with Glenrothes Cricket.

Training takes place every Friday evening throughout the summer months at the Glenrothes Community Sports &Helath Hub in Glenrothes. We also undertake indoor sessions over the winter. Full information on timings, and venues for indoor activities, is regularly published on our website and across our social media channels.

One of our primary goals is to maximise participation in cricket through providing a positive culture in which everyone can thrive and have fun, but also in ensuring that cost is not a barrier to participation.  Further information on our membership fees is available on our club website.

We have a number of Policies and Procedures we follow to ensure everyone understands our cricketing aims and how we ensure all participants can play within a safe, fun and welcoming environment. Everyone is encouraged to review these to understand what it is we as volunteers do and what can be expected of us.