Canterbury Cricket Ground Guide
The St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury, is home to Kent County Cricket Club. Cricket Ground Guide provides you with a review of the ground, its facilities and local amenities.


Built: 1847
Capacity: 7,000
End names: Pavilion End, Nackington Road End


Kent County Cricket Club
One-day name: Kent Spitfires
Established: 1842
Official website:
Address: St Lawrence Ground, Old Dover Rd, Canterbury, CT1 3NZ
Telephone: +44 1227 456886

Photos of Kent Cricket Ground
Many thanks to M Vinson for the images.
Getting there

By Car:
(Travelling from the North)
From M20 junction 7 turn left onto A249. At M2 junction 5 (Sittingbourne) bear right onto M2. At junction 7 (Boughton Street) turn right on to A2. From the A2 ignore the first exit for Canterbury (Harbledown, A2050) Continue on the A2 till the Bridge exit. Take the exit and then turn right travel 70 metres the take the first right with a sign directing to Canterbury. Follow the road on to the A2050 (not left and back onto to the A2). Continue on the Roman Road and at the Gate roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the Old Dover Road (B2068). Continue on Old Dover Road for 800 metres and the ground will be clearly visible on the left hand side.

(Travelling from the South)
From M20 junction 13 bear right onto A20. Follow this road to junction with A260. Bear left and continue to junction with A2 (north). Continue to junction with A2050 and then proceed as north.

By Train:
There are two train stations within easy reach of the cricket ground – Canterbury East – 1 mile. Canterbury West – 1.5 miles. Passenger information is available on

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