Cricket Pitch

Top and side view drawings of a Cricket Pitch measured with length, width, and crease markings

The Cricket Pitch is the rectangular area at the center of a Cricket infield that is divided from the infield by a series of dots or another white line. Two lines called creases are painted along the pitch, and help determine whether a pitch or hit is within the playing rules of the game.

Detailed plan of the various creases of a Cricket Pitch with dimensions

Cricket Pitches have an overall length of 66’ (20.12 m) between wickets and a playing width of 10’ (3.05 m). The width of the bowling crease is 8.66' (264 cm) with a minimum popping width of 12' (366 cm) in front. The Wicket is placed 4' (122 cm) back from the popping crease.


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10’ | 3.05 m (Central Strip)
66’ (22 yd) | 20.12 m (Wicket to Wicket)

Popping Crease to Popping Crease: 58’ | 17.68 m
Bowling Crease Width: 8.66’ | 264 cm
Popping Crease to Wicket: 4’ | 122 cm
Popping Crease Width: 12’ | 366 cm (Minimum)
Crease Line Width: .75”-2” | 19-50.8 mm
Surface Materials: Short natural or artificial turf



Drawings include:
Cricket Pitch plan, elevation (players)

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Cricket is a team sport where players on a field take turns to bat and bowl, and attempt to score runs. Cricket began in the mid 14th century England in natural clearings. Two teams of 11 players attempt to hit a ball around an oval field, and run to one or past all three stumps to score a run.