Shrivenham Sports


Information about the village cricket team can be found on their website.


Shrivenham Football Club

The local football club has historic roots having been founded in 1900.  Team news and results can be found on their website.

Shrivenham and Watchfield Royals

The Shrivenham and Watchfield Royals give local children the opportunity to train and play competitive football in a safe environment.

Their website contains up to date information, fixtures and results from all the teams ranging from Under 7s to the Under 18s.

Shrivenham Bowls Club


The Bowls club at Martens Road, Shrivenham is open throughout the year and welcomes newcomers.
Bowling on the green from April to September, with free coaching available on Monday evenings with fully qualified EBA Coaches - come along and give it a go.


In the winter we have a full short-mat bowls programme.


For latest information visit the Shrivenham Bowls Club Website

Shrivenham Tennis Club

Three all-weather courts with floodlights at the Recreation Ground, Manor Lane, Shrivenham.

For details of how to join, please contact 07970481707 or go to the Tennis Club website.


Club Secretary Carol Hand


Shrivenham Ladies Netball Club

Meets at the Tennis Courts on Mondays at 7pm

Please ring: Jenny Preece on 07766903837




The Club, established in 1956, is an attractive 18 hole course within the confines of the Defence Academy of The United Kingdom.
Club membership is open to personnel employed or studying at the Defence Academy and members of the local community.
For details of the course, club membership fees and membership application forms, see
Alternatively, contact the Club Manager on 01793 785725.


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