Prague Barbarians Cricket Club is based in Prague. The Club was founded in 2007 by Steve Reade and Geoff Hayward. The Club members consists of different part of the world, including Czech Nationals.
Club firstly appeared in 2007 by playing Czech Cricket Union Summer League matches. The Club also showed their appearance in 2008 by playing CCU Winter League. Currently the club is playing Pro 40 overs matches, T-20 matches and Winter League run by Czech Cricket Federation. Prague Barbarians Cricket Club also organises friendly cricket matches of all kind throughout the summer season.

Club has won several titles and awards during the season from 2007 till date. Few of the achievements of the club are mentioned below.

1. First Victory in CCU Summer league by beating Royal Vinohrady cricket Club in 2008
2. Club have won Prague Barbarians win the CCU’s Winter League, Gentlemen’s league in 2009
3. Club has finished 3rd in the CMSK league.
4. Damian Kysely and Alexander Storek players of PBCC play for the Czech Republic National team at the ICC European Division 3 T20 Championship in Slovenia in 2011
5. Club participated in the Piotrowice Nyskie Cricket festival 6’s Tournament in Poland.
6. Runner up in the CMKS 6’s Tournament after winning all 3 group games.

Currently the club is playing matches at Vinor – a Venue on the outskirts of Prague. The Club conducts their practice and net sessions on every Monday from 5 pm onwards. The Club is trying their best to promote cricket in any way and they are happy to welcome anyone at the club who has an interest in the game. If any one is interested in joining the club kindly send your enquiry at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Committee of PBCC :



James Whitingham


Kurian Mullasseril


Terry O’Connor


Abhishek Swami


Allan Shoenherr


John Ferguson


For more details regarding club matches and other necessary information kindly visit the club's official website:

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