If you'd like to register as a member of the club you're in the right place.

Have you previously registered online?

If you've previously registered online, then visit this page to renew your registration. We'll ask for your email address, and send you a link so you can check the details we hold about you. It's a lot quicker than filling this whole form in again!

Just so you know

In this form we ask you everything we need to know so we can register you as a member of the club. This involves your name and address, contact information, and what level of membership you would like.

Registering children

If you are registering children so they can attend training sessions and participate in matches we ask for information about them, including their age and school year, doctors contact details, whether they have any form of disability - and quite a lot more. That means if you have a couple (or even more!) children to register this form may take you several minutes.

We're sorry about that, but to ensure we have the information we need to keep our junior members safe we need to ask a lot of questions! If you've previously registered online then visit this page to renew your registration.

Before we start

We need to ask for your permission to collect and store all this information. Please tick the box below to continue.

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Some basic details about you

First, we need a few details about you, so we can contact you about your membership.

If you don't have an email address please contact us on 01924 403992 and we'll help you to register.

Membership information

Please choose the type of membership you would like below.

Social/family membership

Social/family membership allows you to use the facilities of the club, including free function room hire, and you get a discount card for use in the clubhouse.

Choose this option if you will not be playing in a team yourself.

You will also be able to give the details of any children (under the age of 18) who wish to come to training and play in our junior teams.

Senior player membership

Includes all social membership benefits, plus a fee for representing the club as a player

Choose this option if you will be playing in a team yourself.

You will also be able to give the details of any children (under the age of 18) who wish to come to training and play in our junior teams.


Do you have children (under the age of 18) who will be training at or playing for the club? If not, please go to the next page.

Last couple of questions

Are you a qualified first aider, and would you be happy to administer first aid at training or matches?

Anti-discrimination Code

You must read and accept the ECB Anti-discrimination Code, adopted by the Club.

Liversedge Cricket Club has adopted the England and Wales Anti-Discrimination Code 2022, as set out below.


The England and Wales Cricket Board (the ECB) is responsible for the governance of cricket in England and Wales. This ECB Anti-Discrimination Code (the Code) is part of the ECB’s continuing efforts to maintain the integrity, diversity and inclusivity of cricket.

The ECB aims to create an environment within cricket in England and Wales in which no individual, group or organisation experiences discrimination or acts in a discriminatory manner on the basis of a Protected Characteristic (as defined in the Equality Act 2010 from time to time – which at the time of writing are age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation).

This Code therefore sets out discriminatory behaviour which, when carried out by a participant who is required to comply with it, will be a breach of the Code and may be sanctioned accordingly.

All Participants (as defined below) agree by virtue of their involvement in cricket in England and Wales to be bound by this Code and submit to the disciplinary jurisdiction of the relevant body which applies to them.

All County Cricket Boards, First Class Counties, Regional Hosts, the National Counties, leagues, clubs and other organisations under the jurisdiction of the ECB or its Members must adopt and enforce the Code.

Participants who are party to an ECB agreement and/or in receipt of ECB funding may be obliged, as a condition of those agreements or funding, to comply with or adopt the Code and/or enforce the provisions of the Code through their own processes.

The Code may be amended from time to time by the ECB in its sole discretion, with such amendments coming into effect on the date specified by the ECB.

Breaches under the Anti-Discrimination Code

Cricket Organisation means:

  1. (a) County Cricket Boards, First Class Counties, Regional Hosts, National Counties, the Marylebone Cricket Club and other organisations under the jurisdiction of the ECB or its Members;
  2. (b) clubs and leagues which are affiliated to or under the jurisdiction of either the ECB or any of its Members; and
  3. (c) any other organisations which adopt this Code

Participant means:

  • (a) Cricket Organisations;
  • (b) employees, directors, officers, committee members, contractors and volunteers, in each case, of the ECB or any Cricket Organisation;
  • (c) match officials including members of the Association of Cricket Officials;
  • (d) members of the ECB Coaches Association;
  • (e) an individual taking part in a cricket match or event under the jurisdiction of the ECB and/or any ECB Member; and
  • (f) any other individual who becomes bound by this Code.


Paragraph (f) above is intended to cover other individuals which a cricket organisation chooses to have bound by the Code. For example, a cricket venue may require spectators to abide by the Code by making it a provision of the ticket terms and conditions which a spectator agrees to.

  • 1. It will be a breach of this Code for any Participant to:
    • 1.1 discriminate against any person or persons based upon any relevant Protected Characteristic, whether by act or omission, directly or indirectly, unless permitted by law; and/or
    • 1.2 engage in conduct related to a relevant Protected Characteristic which has the purpose or effect of violating another’s dignity, or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment for that person or persons
  • 2. In deciding whether the conduct has the effect referred to in paragraph 1.2 above, the following shall be taken into account, namely –
    • (a) the perception of the relevant person or persons,
    • (b) the circumstances of the case, and
    • (c) whether it is reasonable for the conduct to have that effect
  • 3. In instances where the Participant is an organisation, it will be a breach of this Code to fail to provide an effective, timely and proportionate response to an alleged breach under paragraph 1 above, carried out by any individual or organisation under the jurisdiction of the Participant.
  • 4. The breaches referenced in paragraph 1 shall apply regardless of whether the Protected Characteristic(s) around which the breach is based applies to the person or people to whom the offending conduct is directed.

If a player makes a homophobic comment directed at another player during a match, regardless of whether that other player belongs to the group referred to, this would amount to a breach of the Anti-Discrimination Code.

  • 5. Any breach of this Code may also constitute an offence or breach of other applicable laws, rules and/or regulations. This Code is intended to supplement such other laws, rules and regulations and is not intended, and may not be interpreted, construed or applied, to prejudice or undermine in any way the application of such other laws, rules and/or regulations. Participants therefore acknowledge and agree that this Code does not limit their responsibilities or obligations under other laws, rules and/or regulations.

Code of Conduct

Finally, you must read and accept the club Code of Conduct.

This is the Code of Conduct for Liversedge Cricket & Athletic Club Members and Guests*

Liversedge Cricket & Athletic Club(the Club) is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well-being of all its members. Accordingly, it is a condition of membership that Club members and their guests will, at all times, abide by the following code of condust, in that they will:

  • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person within the context of the Club and within the context of cricket.
  • Treat everyone equally and not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, disability, race, ethnic origin, nationality, colour, parental or marital status, religious belief, class or social background, sexual preference or political belief.
  • No condone, or allow to go unchallenged, any form of discrimination if witnessed.
  • Display high standards of behaviour.
  • Promote the positive aspects of cricket e.g. fair play.
  • Encourage all participants to learn the Laws and rules and play wihin them, respecting the decisions of match officials.
  • Actively discourage unfair play, rule violations and arguing with match officials.
  • Recognise good performance and not just match results.
  • Place the well-being and safety of children above the development of performance.
  • Ensure that activities are appropriate for the age, maturity, experience and ability of the individual.
  • Respect children’s opinions when making decisions about their participation in cricket.
  • Respect the coach’s opinion – you may not agree with it but he/she is knowledgeable about the game
  • Not abuse club officials – they are volunteers and the club cannot function without them
  • Not smoke, drink or use banned substances whilst actively working with children in the club.
  • Not provide children with alcohol when they are under the care of the Club.
  • Follow ECB guidelines set out in the “Safe Hands – Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children” and any other relevant guidelines issued.
  • Report any concerns in relation to a child, following reporting procedures laid down by the ECB.
  • In addition to the above, all Club Officials and Appointed Volunteers will:
    • Have been appropriately vetted if required, before taking on their role.
    • Hold relevant qualifications and be covered by appropriate insurance.
    • Always work in an open environment (i.e. avoid private or unobserved situations and encourage an open environment).
    • Inform Players and Parents of the requirements of cricket.
    • Know and understand ECB’s “Safe Hands – Cricket’s Policy for Safeguarding Children”
    • Develop an appropriate working relationship with young players based on mutual trust and respect.
    • Ensure that physical contact is appropriate and necessary and is carried out within the recommended guidelines with the young player’s full consent and approval.
    • Not engage in any form of sexually related contact with a young player. This is strictly forbidden as is sexual innuendo, flirting or inappropriate gestures and terms. The ECB adopts the Home Office guidelines which recommend the principle = “People in positions of trust and authority do not have sexual relationships with 16-17 year olds in their care”.
    • Attend appropriate training to keep up to date with their role, especially that relating to the safeguarding of children.

* Members and Guests include all members and officers of the Club and all guests of those members and officers, as well as all individuals who watch/attend/participate/officiate in matches hosted by the Club in whatever capacity.

Version 1.1 (January 2011)

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