One Day Match 07/25 10:00 - Leicestershire v Yorkshire Vikings View


One Day Match 07/22 10:00 - Leicestershire v 더비셔 279/4,275/7
Twenty20 07/18 17:30 - Leicestershire v 우스터셔 171/3(17.5)-169/6(20)
Twenty20 07/16 17:30 - Leicestershire v 노팅엄셔 177/8(19.4)-173/10(19.2)
County Championship 07/11 10:00 - 미들섹스 v Leicestershire 324/9(108.4)-228/10(86)
County Championship 07/04 10:00 - Somerset v Leicestershire 461/9(115)-475/7(152)
Twenty20 07/02 17:30 - Durham v Leicestershire 115/4(15.1)-88/2(8.2)
Twenty20 07/01 17:30 - 노팅엄셔 v Leicestershire 156/4(17.5)-154/10(20)
Twenty20 06/29 17:30 - Leicestershire v Northamptonshire 138/10(19.5)-141/5(18.2)
Twenty20 06/27 13:30 - 우스터셔 v Leicestershire 157/3(19.1)-156/7(20)
Twenty20 06/25 17:30 - Leicestershire v Yorkshire Vikings 207/3(20)-173/10(19.5)
Twenty20 06/22 18:00 - 더비셔 v Leicestershire 132/10(18.4)-174/8(20)
Twenty20 06/20 13:30 - Northamptonshire v Leicestershire 166/7(20)-200/2(20)

Leicestershire County Cricket Club is one of eighteen first-class county clubs within the domestic cricket structure of England and Wales. It represents the historic county of Leicestershire. It has also been representative of the county of Rutland. The club's limited overs team is called the Leicestershire Foxes. Founded in 1879, the club had minor county status until 1894 when it was promoted to first-class status pending its entry into the County Championship in 1895. Since then, Leicestershire have played in every top-level domestic cricket competition in England.

The club is based at Grace Road, Leicester, known as Uptonsteel County Ground and have also played home games at Aylestone Road in Leicester, at Hinckley, Loughborough, Melton Mowbray, Ashby-de-la-Zouch and in Coalville inside the traditional county boundaries; and at Uppingham and Oakham over the border in Rutland.

In limited overs cricket, the kit colours are red with black trim in the Royal London One Day Cup and black with red trim in the T20. The shirt sponsors are Oval Insurance Broking with Highcross Leicester (shopping centre) on the top reverse side of the shirt.

Leicestershire are in the second division of the County Championship and in the north group of the Royal London One Day Cup. They recently finished bottom of the County Championship for the sixth time since the introduction of two divisions. Their best showing in recent years has been in the Twenty20 Cup with the Foxes winning the trophy three times in eight years.