Our Partners

We are Proud of Our Partners

Sponsorships play an integral part in meeting the Club’s strategic objectives and improving the opportunity to play cricket at the highest standards in Sussex. Support from partners enables The Sussex Martlets to provide an outstanding playing experience for its members and visitors to our games and social events, as well as enabling the Club to invest in supporting the development of cricket for our younger members with the Junior Martlets.

The Sussex Martlets can offer an attractive set of rights, coupled with bespoke marketing initiatives to assist your brand in engaging with its target audience and meeting your own strategic objectives. If you are looking to enquire about Partnership opportunities please get in touch below.

Principal Sponsor

Ritchie Phillips – Chartered Accountants

Ritchie Phillips offer specialist tax advice and accountancy services designed to help individuals and families address every issue they face in four specialist areas: private client and private wealth, entrepreneurs and businesses, taxation of resident domiciliaries and tax disputes and investigations.

Club sponsors

Sussex Exclusive – Lifestyle Magazine

Sussex Exclusive brings you the best of Sussex, from things to do and places to visit to local artisans, places to eat and more. With a free weekly newsletter, a stunning website and a free quarterly magazine.

Cricket Partners

Sussex Cricket

Sussex Cricket is responsible for the governance and development of the whole game in the county, from recreational to professional level. Sussex Cricket also incorporates the Sussex Cricket Foundation (SCF). Through the activities it provides, the SCF aim to make cricket accessible to all. Sussex County Cricket Club is the oldest professional sports club in the world.


Friends of Arundel cricket club

The Friends of Arundel Castle Cricket Club (FACCC) was founded in 1975 by The Duchess of Norfolk.  They host a varied fixture list, which includes a Sussex CCC festival, ECB development matches, MCC, Oxford & Cambridge Universities, seven Sussex Martlets matches and visits from many established overseas teams. They also host women’s matches including England and Sussex fixtures. 


Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation

The Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation was formed and registered as a charity in 1986 and works alongside The Friends of Arundel Castle Cricket Club. Its purpose is to enhance the development and education of young people (mainly aged between 7-19 years) with a special emphasis upon the disadvantaged and those deprived of opportunity.



Helping you find hope and local support during challenging times.



Marylebone Cricket Club is the world’s most active cricket club, the owner of Lord’s Ground and the guardian of the Laws of the game.