Finnish Cricket Association

Finnish Cricket Association is the official governing body of the sport of cricket in Finland. Its current headquarters and Natioanal Cricket Ground are located in Kerava, Finland. Finnish Cricket Association is Finland's representative at the International Cricket Council and is an Affiliate member and has been a member of that body since 2000. It belongs to the ICC Europe region.

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