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About Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club

Although games were played for many years before hand, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club was officially founded in the 1840s, with the club going on to be a member of the County Championship from its foundation in 1890.

County champions six times, the club plays at the iconic Trent Bridge ground in West Bridgford, which is widely regarded as one of the most famous cricket grounds in the world. As well as being home to the club, the ground has hosted countless international games and was the scene of Stuart Broad's iconic performance against Australia in the 2015 Ashes - when he took 8-15 to skittle the Aussies out for just 60 runs.

With both the club and the ground being so important to the whole county of Nottinghamshire, we're proud to be a part of it.

Nurturing future talent

Off the pitch, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club has a firm commitment to its local community, with a mission to engage young people through various sporting and academic programmes.

We are delighted to work in conjunction with the club on a range of programmes that encourage young people to get involved in sport.

Forget me Notts

Trent Bridge is not only an iconic sporting venue, but also an important community hub for various groups - such as the Forget Me Notts support group.

The group helps people living with dementia and their carers, as well as individuals experiencing loneliness. Sessions are often held at the ground, with the venue acting as a catalyst for people to discuss their sporting memories.

We are delighted to be able to play our part in such important initiatives, alongside the Forget Me Notts group.

A victorious partnership

"We are delighted to be partnering with another historic sporting institution that has strong ties to their local community. Our partnership with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club will allow us to expand our backing for the game of cricket even further, whilst supporting their contributions across the region.

"Over the last year, we have demonstrated our commitment to raising awareness of our existing sport sponsorships and have seen a real return on investment through delivering dedicated PR and marketing initiatives.

"As with the other clubs we work with in sport, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club are focused on contributing to their community, which is a real focus for us as a brand.

"I am really pleased to put forward our support for the club and would like to take this opportunity to wish them all the best for the season ahead."

Robert Forrester
Chief Executive, Vertu Motors

"It's tremendously exciting for us to be welcoming Vertu Motors as an Official Partner.

"Vertu Motors is an established and respected national brand, renowned for its commitment to quality service and customer care.

"It has a strong and expanding presence in the East Midlands, and we are keen to play our part in making the region a progressively successful place for its business to be."

Michael Temple
Commercial Director, Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club

Latest Nottinghamshire County Cricket news

Nottinghamshire Sign Off With Victory

Nottinghamshire Sign Off With Victory

Nottinghamshire ended the group stage of the Vitality Blast with a hard-fought victory, although it was a case of too little, too late as their run in the competition came to an end.

Nottinghamshire Bow Out

Nottinghamshire Bow Out

Nottinghamshire’s hope of progressing from the group stage of the Vitality Blast are at an end after defeats to both Durham and Leicestershire in the most recent round of fixtures.

The Vertu Motors Cricket A-Z

The Vertu Motors Cricket A-Z

The County Championship and Vitality Blast campaigns are now well underway, with Vertu Motors once again throwing its support behind three teams chasing glory in all formats of the game.

Weather Hampers Notts Before Tough Defeat

Weather Hampers Notts Before Tough Defeat

Nottinghamshire’s hopes of progress in the Vitality Blast were handed a blow in the most recent round of fixtures, as a combination of the weather and an inspired showing from the Birmingham Bears left the Outlaws staring at a group stage exit.