Cricket flourished in Rome in the 60s on a superb field overlooking St. Peter's dome from Villa Doria Pamphili. The British and Australian Embassies, FAO, the Commonwealth War Graves Association, the Venerable English College, and the Beda College fielded teams that competed for the Rome Ashes until, in the 70s, the Villa became a public park...Continue reading
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The "Golden Years" of Roman Cricket from the magnificent villa to the foundation of the Club and the Federation.
With many Italian products from the nursery and the experience from the late 80s to the early 90s, our Club wins title after title.
The year 2000 arrives and our Club becomes structured, grows and continues to win at both senior and youth and female levels!
The Roma Capannelle Cricket Club firmly believes in the universal values of friendship, brotherhood, and fair sports competition. All members and guests of the Capannelle Cricket Club are bound by the following Code of Conduct.