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The Österreichischer Cricket Verband ÖCV-ACA was founded in September 1981 as a non-profit organisation as the National Governing Board for cricket in Austria. The ÖCV-ACA has been an affiliate member of the global governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1992, and is recognised by ICC as the sole governing body for cricket in Austria.
The Österreichischer Cricket Verband ÖCV-ACA was founded in September 1981 as a non-profit organisation as the National Governing Board for cricket in Austria. The ÖCV-ACA has been an affiliate member of the global governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1992, and is recognised by ICC as the sole governing body for cricket in Austria. The ICC's Affiliate Members are the governing bodies for cricket of a country recognised by ICC, or countries associated for cricket purposes, or a geographical area (which is not part of one of those already constituted as a Full Member or Associate Member) where the ICC recognises that cricket is played in accordance with the Laws of Cricket. Further information about ICC Europe (ICC's European office reponsible for the Regional Development Programme in Europe for ICC) can be found on the ICC Europe website.

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What's New at ACA

  • ACA Sixes 2016

    302 hits25 August 2016
    For us (VCC), it was a very interesting tournament and all games that we played were pretty tight and could have gone either way. I believe we have room for this tournament and should be continued and as you say, can be tweaked slightly to look at even better improvements. Umpiring was tough for the assigned people, as they were on the go all the time and pulled through on all the days, no issues from us, just praise to Santo.
  • Norway Tour 2016 - Squad

    568 hits10 July 2016
    » Tournament Home « » Squad « » FB - Gallery « 1. Lakmal Kasturiarachchige - ACC 2. Armaan Randhawa - ACC 3. Nandeep Soggi - LCC 4. Imran Asif - ACT 5. Amar Naeem - PCC 6. Waqar Zalmai - CCC 7. Asif Mahmood - PCC 8. Navin Wijesekera - ACC 9. Aqib Iqbal - ACC 10. Mohammad Bilal Zalmai - CCC 11. Razmal Shigiwal - ACC 12. Kunal Joshi - ICCV 13. Aman Habibullah - ACC 14. Satyam Subash - ACC  
  • Norway Tour 2016 - Gallery

    580 hits10 July 2016
    » Tournament Home « » Squad « » FB - Gallery «
  • Austria - Shivam Subhash - Austrian National Cricket Player & U17 Coach

    1403 hits20 August 2015
    Shivam Subhash is an all Round cricketer who plays for Austrian National Cricket Team. He is also the official team Coach of U17 Austrian Cricket Team & Austrian Womens Cricket Team. That's not enough, he has several others roles and duties to play. Shivam is the Captain of Austrian Cricket Club Wien. He is working as Coach & Vice Chairman of the SNASY (Siva Nadaraja Austrian Sports Youth) institute. He got introduced to Cricket at the age of 10. In just 15 years of his Cricket career so far, Shivam has made enormous contributions to the Austrian Cricket Community. Shivam and his team is continuously motivating youths to take up Cricket and this has brought fruitful results. Last year their team had an opportunity to travel Denmark and play matches there. Shivam has beautifully explained the purpose and effect of such tours. Know more about this young man and his Cricket journey so far. 
  • Final Austria A-Team Pool Selected

    1219 hits17 June 2015
    We are pleased to announce that following the training sessions and matches, a final Austria A-Team Pool has been selected – 21 players from 6 ACA clubs.  This Pool will continue to train together twice weekly and will act as the source of players for the 14 man UK Tour Squad and the Three way Tournament in July.
  • ACCW Future Schools Cup – record breaking 5,700 runs in Two Days

    1019 hits10 June 2015
     The 15th year of the popular Austria Cricket Club Wien Future Schools Cup took place on 6th/7thJune at the Austria Cricket Stadium in Vienna. In two days, 5,715 runs were scored by the 92 young players from over 10 different clubs and schools from Germany, Hungary, Czech Republic and Austria, playing in 38 matches – all of which are records to date – on three pitches and in glorious sunshine!
  • Austria A-Team names Captain

    1277 hits17 May 2015
    The Austrian A-Team have chosen all rounder Shadnan Khan to be Captain of the Austria A-Team for 2015 and the England Tour.  Shadnan is a prolific batter and strike bowler and his performances have earned him MVP in several recent tournaments and leagues. He will lead a promising pool of players, who are developing their skills and team work under the coaching leadership of Oscar Wanigasekera. We congratulate him and wish him all the best in his new role.
  • Austria joins other Europeans in successful Ladies Cricket Tournament

    1393 hits12 May 2015
    Ladies cricket is one of the worlds fastest growing female sports. One of our star Austrian players, Andrea Mae-Zepeda, was invited to take part at an Italian Ladies Cricket Tournament, which took place near Bologna, Italy, from 1st to 3rd May 2015. Andrea is a long time player at Austria Cricket Club and coach and leader of SNASY’s Austrian girls/women’s cricket. She, plus three girls from the UK and a girl from Hungary, were invited to join the Stone Tower Cricket Club as ‘guest players’ and participated with 8 Italian players and contributed to a great team performance in the tournament.
  • National A-Team Pool announced

    1319 hits05 May 2015
    We are delighted to invite the following 26 young players to form the National A-Team Pool, taking part in the regular, twice weekly, training programme in preparation for tournaments and tours later in the year. This follows a tight selection process involving nominations from ACA Clubs, followed by training sessions, a first ever trial and taking into account previous performances of players in ACA league cricket. The initial pool of players come from 10 ACA clubs and range in age from 16 to 28 years of age.
  • Great Young Talent and Potential on Show: A-Team Trial

    1084 hits02 May 2015
    On Friday, 1st May, the Austria A-Team trial took place to select players who will be invited to join the Austria A-Team training and development squad.  Over 35 players from 11 clubs  took part in a 70 over test of cricketing skills at the Austria Cricket Stadium, (ACS), Markommanenstrasse, in Vienna.  They were watched and assessed by Oscar Wanigasekera, (head coach), Marcel Biersteker (coach), Anish Gupta (Development Officer, ACA) and Matt Toogood (SNASY).

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