Results

One Day Match 07/29 10:00 - Durham v Gloucestershire 335/4(50)-336/6(49.4)
One Day Match 07/27 10:00 - Gloucestershire v Worcestershire 82/4(11)-228/7(40.3)
One Day Match 07/25 10:00 - Gloucestershire v Lancashire /()-177/4(43.4)
Twenty20 07/18 17:30 - Somerset v Gloucestershire 183/7(20)-160/6(20)
Twenty20 07/16 13:30 - Gloucestershire v Surrey 177/9(20)-178/3(18.2)
County Championship 07/11 10:00 - Gloucestershire v Hampshire 229/10(73.4)-486/7(143)
Twenty20 07/09 13:30 - Gloucestershire v Middlesex 171/8(20)-161/8(20)
County Championship 07/05 10:00 - Gloucestershire v Middlesex 248/10(94.1)-101/10(36)
Twenty20 07/02 18:00 - Hampshire v Gloucestershire 176/6(20)-166/5(20)
Twenty20 07/01 17:30 - Gloucestershire v Somerset 161/7(20)-165/2(19.2)
Twenty20 06/25 18:00 - Sussex v Gloucestershire 135/10(19.5)-162/5(20)
Twenty20 06/24 17:30 - Gloucestershire v Glamorgan 216/2(20)-182/8(20)

Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is one of eighteen first-class county clubs within the domestic cricket structure of England and Wales. It represents the historic county of Gloucestershire. Founded in 1870, Gloucestershire have always been first-class and have played in every top-level domestic cricket competition in England. The club played its first senior match in 1870 and W. G. Grace was their captain. The club plays home games at the Bristol County Ground in the Bishopston area of north Bristol. A number of games are also played at the Cheltenham Cricket Festival at the College Ground, Cheltenham and matches have also been played at the Gloucester cricket festival at The King's School, Gloucester.

Gloucestershire's most famous players have been W. G. Grace, whose father founded the club, and Wally Hammond, who scored 113 centuries for them. The club has had two notable periods of success: in the 1870s when it was unofficially acclaimed as the Champion County on at least three occasions, and from 1999 to 2006 when it won seven limited overs trophies, notably a ‘double double’ in 1999 and 2000 (both the Benson and Hedges Cup and the C&G Trophy in both seasons), and the Sunday League in 2000.