Established in 1876, Queensland Cricket is the governing body of cricket in Queensland, Australia.
Queensland Cricket’s purpose is to unite and inspire communities across Queensland through cricket. QC governs all levels of the game from grassroots participation to our elite teams, the Queensland Bulls, Queensland Fire and Brisbane Heat and strives to be Queensland’s favourite sport. Read more in the Queensland Cricket Strategic Plan.
Created in 1876, we are the custodians of the game.
We proudly and successfully fly the maroon flag on the national stage - our men, from 1926, and women, from 1932.
From Yugambeh to Guugu Yimithirr, and Green Hills to the Gabba, we live and breathe cricket across our sun-drenched State.
We are the baggy maroon, the T20 teal and the junior cricketer striding out to bat on a Saturday.
We are the 76 years of Sheffield Shield heartache, broken in 1995.
We are the Brisbane Heat trailblazers inspiring new generations to love our game.
We are the boys and girls picking up a bat for the first time, and the coaches helping kids form a lifelong bond with cricket.
We are umpires, volunteers, curators, players and fans – whose love for the game will never die.
We are about enjoying the wins, commiserating the losses, but coming back next week no matter what.
We unite and inspire communities and we’ll keep growing the game, because we live for cricket.
We are Queensland. We are Cricket.