The Grange Cricket Club is a cricket cum all sports ground. It is one of the most famous grounds of the Edinburgh district of Scotland. The Grange Cricket Club is most commonly recognized as The Grange. It is the most beloved home of the players of the Scotland National Cricket Team. The ground borders the Edinburgh Academy, which is also a sports ground located in the Raeburn Palace.
The club holds pride in stating that over the years it has hosted a number of international matches. This includes the cricket teams of England, Australia, and Pakistan. There are a number of fine cricketers who have played on the lush green surface of The Grange. Some of the personalities are W.G. Grace, Donald Bradman, Brian Lara, Freddie Flintoff, and Shane Warne. In the recent years, the club has expanded its limits of pride due to its everlasting fact that, it was the first ground in Scotland to host the country’s One day International in 2006. It was at this time that a huge crowd saw Scotland losing to Pakistan by 5 wickets.
The Grange Cricket Club has won the East of Scotland League 14 times, the National Cricket League five times, and the Scottish Cup six times. The ground has the capacity to hold 3,000. The supportive audience appears on this ground each time a match is held.