Limited ticket availability for Hampshire Hawks T20 on Sunday


Our next home match is on Sunday (June 9th) when we welcome Hampshire Hawks to the Cooper Associates County Ground in the Vitality Blast.

There are only a limited number of tickets left for this fixture, so buy them now before they sell out!

There was an incredible atmosphere at our Vitality Blast opener against Essex Eagles last week and you can be a part of that on Sunday!


Hampshire Hawks Hospitality: Small Group Package Available

We also only have a limited number of hospitality suites available for the match.

For this game we have launched a special small group package which means that you can book your hospitality suite for groups of 10 or more.

Make sure that you book your Vitality Blast matchday hospitality now, before it’s too late!

To take advantage of this small group offer please email us now!

Spread the cost of your Hospitality Package

Somerset County Cricket Club have teamed up with Klarna to help you spread the cost of your matchday hospitality.

By utilising Klarna’s “Pay in 3” option, you can spread your payment over three interest free installments.


Somerset v Hampshire Hawks: More Than a Decade of T20 Classics!

There have been several classic matches between the two sides over the years and Sunday promises to be another belter!

Here is a quick look back on some of those epic encounters.

2010 – Somerset defend 104 in a classic

The first time the two sides met in the T20 format was at the Rose Bowl in June 2010. The was drama right up to the finish in a game that Somerset won by seven runs.

Hampshire skipper, Dominic Cork won the toss and elected to field. It seemed like he had made the right choice when Somerset were dismissed for 104. Zander De Bruyn top scored with 32 not out for the visitors, whilst Sean Ervine was the pick of the bowlers with two for 10 from four overs.

At the start of the Somerset innings, Hampshire were clear favourites, but the hosts hadn’t accounted for Kieron Pollard.

The West Indian claimed his best T20 bowling figures of three for 15 as Somerset defended the small total to claim a dramatic and at one point unexpected victory.

Hampshire were looking well set at 40 for two in the seventh over, but that soon became 93 for five. However, the hosts were still in the box seat as they needed 12 runs from 21 balls with five wickets remaining, but an incredible passage of play saw Hampshire dismissed for just 97 with four balls to spare.

2010: The most dramatic conclusion to a final ever!

The two sides met for the third time in 2010 in that year’s Final at the Rose Bowl.

Somerset went into the game in confident mood, having beaten Hampshire twice already during the campaign.

However, it was not to be as those present witnessed the most dramatic final in the history of the competition.

2018: Jerome blows Hampshire away

When the two sides met at the Cooper Associates County Ground in 2018, Jerome Taylor claimed the second best T20 figures in the Club’s history. His return of five for 15 inspired Somerset to a 16-run victory.

2019: Babar shows his class with stunning hundred

When the two sides clashed at the Ageas Bowl in 2019, Somerset triumphed by 63 runs (D/L Method). Babar Azam was the player to make the headlines as he smashed his way to a stunning 102 not out from just 55 balls.

2021: Somerset win semi-final thriller

As the 2021 semi-final entered it’s last stages, only the staunchest Somerset supporter would have given their side a chance of coming out on top, but some incredible performances with the bat from the Somerset tail saw the side from the West Country advance to the final in thrilling style.