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Great ground to watch cricket from. The pavilion is superb, four levels open to all members. Puts other venues to shame.
Lovely views from the view on the top balcony. Excellent cricket ground and stand. Friendly staff and plenty of well maintained rooms for functions and meetings
Хорошее поле для крикета. Удобное расположение.
Cricket, what else? OCS stands (entry thru the Alec Stewart gates) are the nicest.
Great vibe, easy to get too. The beers were £4.60 a pop though and only took cash at mobile/portable vendors. Come prepared!! Security is strict on the people having too much fun.
Great evening except for the fight at the end
Make sure to get a view from the Roof Top Terrace, Gorgeous
Queue up before change over and get plenty beers to avoid queuing. But you can bring in as much food as you like.
Best sports venue around.
Watched Ashes lifted in 2005, 2009, and now 2013. Good place to watch Ashes lifted!
Carafes of wine are awesome!
Come to the dominos van yaaaay!
Great day out! Pimms and cricket!
Get in Surrey. Snake building was great
Great place to relax and excellent food!!
Book a seat in the shadier stands - you'll roast alive in the direct sun otherwise!
Keep cash handy. Several outlets don't accept card..
Excellent day at the oval, the beers flowing well, shame we couldn't get more s.african wickets
BE WARNED: the only cricket ground in the world infested with giant mice.
Surrey County Cricket Club - owned and controlled by its members - is a prominent South London co-operative.
In 2005 Kevin Pietersen scored 158 at the Oval as England regained The Ashes from Australia for the first time in 16 years.
The Bedser Stand is great if you have kids... Watch your language if you don't
If you have a debenture ticket go to the debenture bar in the OCS Stand. No queues.
I saw England lift the ashes here in 2005. Jealous? X
Wave to us on the balcony next to the gas towers!
The home of Surrey County Cricket Club since 1846, the first international football match (Scot v Eng 1870, 1-1 draw) and FA Cup final (1872) were played here. The first cricket Test was in 1880.
Bloody good shot old boy
Coaching sessions on Friday nights for 15 quid.