Forever be a part of Somerset’s History


Somerset County Cricket Club has a long and illustrious history, and now you can forever be a part of that.

As part of the buildup for our imminent 150th year celebrations, our Hall of Fame feature will soon be re-imagined and reinstalled in order to create a more befitting memorial to our greatest ever players who have built the foundations for our future glories.

The names of the first inductees will be announced shortly, and an important and exciting element of the new Legends Wall is that our Members and supporters can join these legends.

We are giving you the opportunity to have your name immortalised alongside the greatest players who have ever represented this famous Club by purchasing one of our limited-edition plaques.

By buying your plaque, you can become a part of both the history and the future of your Club.

More information will be announced soon, but to be a part of this important journey simply register your interest via the form below.


Early purchasers will be invited to a special exclusive launch event in 2024 to witness the unveiling of the new feature and meet some of the legends of the Club.

These fully personalised plaques will ensure that you secure your place alongside our greatest ever players. The plaques can be personalised with your unique messages or can celebrate births, marriages, anniversaries and loved ones, thus allowing you to forever be part of the iconic home of Somerset County Cricket Club.

Join us as we celebrate the history and the greatest players of the Club that you love and be a part of it forever.

The new Legends Wall will also enable the Club to update the feature more regularly thus keeping this important showcase of the game’s greats up to date.

The Perfect Gift

You will also be able to purchase a high-quality replica of your personalised plaque so that you can keep a part of Somerset County Cricket Club close to your heart forever.

What better gift for the Somerset supporter in your life, than a little piece of the Club’s history and future?