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Cricket Photo Mug Collection

Bring the excitement of cricket to your morning routine with our Cricket Collection Photo Mugs. These high-quality mugs feature vibrant, full-color images of cricket players in action, captured in the heat of the game. Perfect for any cricket fan, these mugs are not only great for sipping your favorite beverage but also make a unique and thoughtful gift for friends and family. Cheer on your team or reminisce about past matches as you start your day with a steaming cup of coffee or tea in hand. Add a personal touch by uploading your own cricket-themed photos for a truly customized mug. Enjoy your favorite sport in a whole new way with our Cricket Collection Photo Mugs.

Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of eleven players each

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Cricket Photo Mug Collection: Clubs

Clubs Collection
1,824 Photo Mugs

Cricket Photo Mug Collection: Related Images

Related Images Collection
6,808 Photo Mugs

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Lords Cricket Ground Fine Art - Middlesex CCC & England MCC

Lords Cricket Ground Fine Art - Middlesex CCC & England MCC
Lords Cricket Ground, commonly known as Lord s, is a cricket venue in St Johns Wood, London. Named after its founder, Thomas Lord

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: W. Heath Robinson

W. Heath Robinson
Cartoon, Safety First. A Cricket forecast for 1922 showing the new safety equipment for playing cricket, which is health and safety gone mad

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Second floodlit match at Highbury Stadium

Second floodlit match at Highbury Stadium
Arsenal v Glasgow Rangers 17th October 1951. (The First floodlight match at Highbury was Arsenal v Hapoel Tel Aviv on 19th September 1951). Credit: Arsenal Football Club

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Howzat! Viv Richards is clean bowled by Ian Botham

Howzat! Viv Richards is clean bowled by Ian Botham
West Indies Tour of Great Britain 1980 - England v West Indies at Old Trafford - Viv Richards is clean bowled by Ian Botham

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Death Of Cricket, The Sporting Times mock obituary 1882

Death Of Cricket, The Sporting Times mock obituary 1882
Australia and England first met in Test match cricket in Melbourne in 1877, but the legend of The Ashes, the symbolic trophy the two teams play for, only began in 1882 when at the Oval in London

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Wimbledon tennis complex, UK

Wimbledon tennis complex, UK
Wimbledon tennis complex, aerial photograph. This complex is host to the Wimbledon tennis championships, the oldest tennis tournament in the world

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Old Father Time weather vane at Lords cricket ground donated to MCC

Old Father Time weather vane at Lords cricket ground donated to MCC & Lords by the famous architect Sir Herbert Baker in 1926. 1st June 1976

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Kapil Dev catches Viv Richards in the 1983 World Cup Final

Kapil Dev catches Viv Richards in the 1983 World Cup Final
Cricket - 1983 Prudential Cricket World Cup Final - India vs. West Indies (25/06/1983) Kapil Dev catches Viv Richards as the Indian fans celebrate at Lords

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Lords Cricket Ground Art - Middlesex County Cricket Club & England

Lords Cricket Ground Art - Middlesex County Cricket Club & England
Oil painting of Lords Cricket Ground, home of Marylebone Cricket Club(MCC), Middlesex County Cricket Club, England & Wales Cricket Board

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: County Championship 1967. Kent v. Warwickshire at Crabble Athletic Ground, Dover

County Championship 1967. Kent v. Warwickshire at Crabble Athletic Ground, Dover. Colin Cowdrey leads out Kent players. 30th August 1967

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Cricket Lords

Cricket Lords
The pavilion at Lords

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Sport. Unusual. Humour. Cricketer Derek Randall. Derek Randall

Sport. Unusual. Humour. Cricketer Derek Randall. Derek Randall and his repertoire of tricks photographed at Trent Bridge as he prepares for the new season. The hands stand. April 1977

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: The Croucher, 1901. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward

The Croucher, 1901. Creator: Sir Leslie Matthew Ward
The Croucher, 1901. English cricketer Gilbert Laird Jessop (1874-1955) played for Cambridge University, Gloucestershire, and England, and was Wisden Cricketer of the Year for 1898. [London, 1901]

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Feethams Stadium Fine Art - Darlington Football Club

Feethams Stadium Fine Art - Darlington Football Club
Feethams was a football and cricket ground in Darlington, England. It was the home of Darlington F.C. for from 1883 to 2003 until the club moved into a new stadium on the outskirts of Darlington

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Lords Cricket Ground 24418_024

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_024
LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the " Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Shane Warne

Shane Warne
Cricket Shane Warne (Aus). England v Australia 1993 1st test @ Old Trafford. 03 - 07/06/1993 Credit : Colorsport

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Lords Cricket Ground 24418_035

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_035
LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the " Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Scarborough cricket ground 28905_036

Scarborough cricket ground 28905_036
North Marine Road Cricket Ground, home to Scarborough Cricket Club, North Yorkshire, 2016. TA0389

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Trent Bridge, Nottingham 20520_009

Trent Bridge, Nottingham 20520_009
TRENT BRIDGE CRICKET GROUND, Nottingham. Trent Bridge was first used for cricket in 1838 and is the third oldest cricket ground in the world. It is the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Kapil Dev is presented with the cricket World Cup in 1983

Kapil Dev is presented with the cricket World Cup in 1983
Cricket - 1983 Prudential Cricket World Cup Final - India vs. West Indies (25/06/1983) Indian captain Kapil Dev collects the trophy on the Lords balcony. India had won the game by 43 runs

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Robert Blair 'Paddy'Mayne was born in Newtownards, County Down

Robert Blair "Paddy"Mayne was born in Newtownards, County Down
Robert Blair " Paddy" Mayne was born in Newtownards, County Down, the second youngest of seven children. The Mayne family were prominent landowners who owned several retail businesses in

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Melbourne Cricket Ground & Yarra River Parklands Aerial

Melbourne Cricket Ground & Yarra River Parklands Aerial
Aerial image of the Yarra river with the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) The MCG, also known as The G, is an iconic sports stadium located in Yarra Park in the city of Melbourne with a capacity of

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Match at Hambledon / 1777

Match at Hambledon / 1777
A cricket match at Hambledon, Hampshire. The club was founded in 1750, and beat a strong All-England team in 1777. The early matches were played on Broadhalfpenny Down

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Sachin Tendulkar at the 2011 World Cup

Sachin Tendulkar at the 2011 World Cup
Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot against Pakistan during the ICC Cricket World Cup - 2nd Semi-Final India vs Pakistan Played at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Don Bradman Going out to Bat for the Last Time, Melbourne Cr

Don Bradman Going out to Bat for the Last Time, Melbourne Cr
Photograph of Don Bradman going out to bat, during his last first-class cricket match; a game between Bradmans XI and L. Hassetts XI, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, December 1948

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: County Ground Stadium Fine Art - Swindon Town Football Club

County Ground Stadium Fine Art - Swindon Town Football Club
The County Ground (currently known as the Energy Check County Ground for sponsorship purposes) is a stadium located near the town centre of Swindon, England

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Village green cricket, Tilford, Surrey, England, UK

Village green cricket, Tilford, Surrey, England, UK

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Lords Cricket Ground 24418_026

Lords Cricket Ground 24418_026
LORDS CRICKET GROUND, St Johns Wood, London. Founded on this site in 1814 the " Home of Cricket" is owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC)

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Ian Botham - 1981 Ashes

Ian Botham - 1981 Ashes
Cricket - 1981 Ashes, 4th Test - England vs. Australia Englands Ian Botham bowls on the final day of the match at Edgbaston

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Cricket on Village Green

Cricket on Village Green, Surrey, England

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Cricket match at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Cricket match at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Ian Botham bowls Terry Alderman to win the 4th Test of the 1981 Ashes

Ian Botham bowls Terry Alderman to win the 4th Test of the 1981 Ashes
Cricket - 1981 Ashes Series, 4th Test - England vs. Australia Ian Botham celebrates bowling Terry Alderman to win the match for England at Edgbaston

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Cricket in an English Village

Cricket in an English Village
A classic English village scene of cricket played under the watchful gaze of the church steeple. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Harlow Garden Village, GER poster, c 1910

Harlow Garden Village, GER poster, c 1910
Great Eastern Railway poster promoting the healthy district of Harlow Garden Village to commuters: Safe investment, buy now, should double in value

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Sir Donald Bradman

Sir Donald Bradman Unquestionably the greatest batsman ever to play Test cricket. Averaged an amazing 99.94 runs for Australia

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Hows That? By William Heath Robinson

Hows That? By William Heath Robinson
Clock cricket- A new and exciting summer game for the seaside. Illustration showing a unique game of cricket. Please note

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson

An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson
An Aerial Cricket Match of the Future, c1918 (1919). From The Wonder Book of Aircraft for Boys and Girls, edited by Harry Golding. [Ward. Lock & Co. Limited, London, Melbourne and Toronto, 1919]

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Advertisement for Triumph Renown motor car

Advertisement for Triumph Renown motor car
Advertisement for the Triumph Renown motor car -- all thats best in Britain. Featuring a traditional cricket match on a village green on a sunny Saturday afternoon. 1951

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Harold Larwood Bowling, 1933

Harold Larwood Bowling, 1933
Photograph of the English bowler, Harold Larwood, in action during the MCC tour of Australia, 1933. During that tour, D.R

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Nottingham EAW025936

Nottingham EAW025936
Nottingham, 15 August 1949. Aerofilms Ltd cellulose nitrate negative. Aerofilms view of Nottingham records the construction of the new, H-shaped County Hall

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Club Caps & Colours

Club Caps & Colours
Badges caps and colours of English county cricket clubs

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Cricketing Record 1932

Cricketing Record 1932
Herbert Sutcliffe and Percy Holmes score a record opening partnership of 555

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Gyrocopter Beats Traffic

Gyrocopter Beats Traffic
The Campbell Cricket one-man gyrocopter is used for speedy commuting above the traffic and passengers queuing at the bus stop Date: late 1960s

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Sussex Vs. Kent C. 1840

Sussex Vs. Kent C. 1840
A wonderful picture of the match between the sides at Brighton, with many of the top players of past and present, including Alfred Mynn, Felix, Wisden and Wenman (batting)

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: Cricket on Kew Green a064146

Cricket on Kew Green a064146
KEW GREEN, London. Rear view of an elderly couple seated on deckchairs watching a cricket match being played on Kew Green. John Gay. Date range: Jan 1962 - May 1964

Background imageCricket Photo Mug Collection: West Indies team - 1966 Tour of England

West Indies team - 1966 Tour of England
Cricket - 1966 West Indies Tour of England West Indies Team Group Back, l-r: Basil Butcher, Jackie Hendricks, Michael Carew, Rawle Brancker, Peter Lashley, Seymour Nurse, Joe Solomon



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Cricket Photo Mug Collection

Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of eleven players each. The objective of the game is to score more runs than the opposing team by hitting the ball and running between two sets of wickets, while also trying to dismiss their opponents' batsmen. Cricket originated in England and has since become popular worldwide, particularly in countries such as India, Australia, South Africa, and Pakistan, and is known for its complex rules and strategies that require both physical skill and mental acuity from players. Cricket matches can last anywhere from several hours to multiple days depending on the format being played.
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