Staplecross Stoolball Club

Sponsored By Ewhurst & Staplecross Bonfire Boys

'The Windmills'



Re-arranged Fixtures

Icklesham Away Thursday 20th August 

6:45 Start

Catsfield Away Thursday 27th August 

6:45 Start

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Hello and welcome to the Staplecross Stoolball Club Website.

You can check in here for all the latest news and results from the seasons games as well as checking out pictures of the team and seeing how we are all doing.

If you are new to the game of Stoolball then visit the Stoolball England website to find out how it is played, and if you're interested then why not email us so you can give it a go for yourself.
Staplecross is a small village in East Sussex situated fifteen minutes from Robertsbridge. The playing field where our home games are played used to be a hop garden and this is still apparent from the slightly uneven ground and often uneven bounce during games!!

Staplecross Stoolball club was formed in 1977. Over the years we have produced some very formidable teams, during the late eighties and early nineties we had a very good record in tournaments challenging for winners medals. Hopefully we can continue in this trend long into the future.

 Anyone who is interested is more than welcome to come along and watch the games. 

You can get in touch with us by using the contact form on this page. 

Our season runs from the beginning of May to the end of August and sometimes due to the weather  into September.

We participate in a number of friendly games throughout the season and also are invited to tournaments.

Our Club is a mixed team, with eleven players for matches usually consisting of five ladies and six men although there cannot be more than six men it is possible to have more ladies and/or children playing to make a full team.

Tournaments are played as eight-a-side matches with four men and four ladies on each team although once again children can make up the numbers.

We are happy to have the younger players involved as much as possible as it keeps the sport alive in Kent and East Sussex