Action Indoor Cricket England (AICE) is the governing body that manages and drives domestic participation, organises national tournaments and manages the international campaigns of the AIC England squads. AIC England runs female and male international teams from Juniors to Masters meaning everyone has the opportunity to represent their country.
AIC England’s HQ is at Action Indoor Sports, Birmingham. From here the timetables, coaching, training, selections, and administration of the sport is conducted by a highly experienced team. As a multisport location, the club provides over 250,000 sporting experiences annually, including up to 1,000 games of indoor cricket each year. Birmingham also hosted a World Cup event on behalf of the World Indoor Cricket Federation (WICF) in 2016.
AICE participate in all World Cup Events as well as other international Test Match series both home and abroad.
International tournaments typically happen on a three-year cycle with the Masters World Series open to Men in the 35&Overs (O), 40&O, 45&O and 50&O age groups and for Ladies a 35&O competition. AIC England competed in our first Junior World Series in 2018 in Christchurch taking a 13&Unders (U), 15&U, and 17&U Boys team as well as a 17&U Girls team. The World Cup itself is open to open age Men and Women as well as a 21&U competition for both boys & girls.