Design and construction
Your indoor cricket building
Eliminate rain-stopped play and train year-round with an indoor cricket building.
We deliver custom cricket training facilities for club and commercial use.
Indoor cricket buildings made simple
Level of play. Budget. Size. Commercial intent. NGB guidelines.
With so many factors in play, we make things simple:
Our teams can design, build and fit-out your indoor cricket building.
We’ll provide a turnkey service, supporting you from planning to handover.
Indoor cricket buildings, all ways
We design and build everything from specialised cricket training centres to multi-use sports facilities with cricket provisions.
Whether for club, commercial or community use, we can deliver the ideal indoor cricket structure perfect for all-weather play.
From concept to completion
It’s important your facility fits your usage, training and commercial goals.
We’ll work with you to develop a cricket facility that’s sustainable long-term.
Indoor cricket structure types
As well as traditionally constructed sports facilities, we specialise in tensile sports structures ideal for indoor cricket training.
The benefits of tensile cricket structures
Your indoor cricket facility will be constructed in no time with a pre-engineered design created by Collinson experts.
Alternatively, your tensile facility can be custom designed with the help of our in-house team.
Reduce energy costs and provide a pleasant playing environment with a light-coloured fabric roof that lets in natural light.
Collinson tensile facilities run up to 100 metres clear span, so there won’t be internal supports to break up your play space.
Combine your tensile fabric cricket facility with modular ancillaries to create a multi-functional hub. Perfect for cricket pavilions. FIND OUT MORE
“Indoor cricket facilities are few and far between. The savings made by choosing a Collinson tensile building rather than a traditional build made our dream a possibility, a possibility that we as a club made a reality, and we will continue to go from strength to strength.”
Alan Budge, Vice Chairman of Eversley Cricket Club