Being an ACA member provides you with an exclusive opportunity to be a part of a community that supports you throughout your cricket journey and beyond.

The ACA recognise that all members have made a significant contribution to the history of Australian cricket. The current players continue to support all members with a range of social occasions, health provisions, coaching opportunities, grants, benefits and opportunities to have your say on the future of the game. There has never been a better time to be an ACA member.

Who can be a member of the ACA?

To be eligible for membership of the ACA you must:
  • Have held, or hold, a Cricket Australia Contract
  • Have held, or hold, a State or Rookie Contract with any of the six State Associations
  • Have held, or hold, a contract with a W/BBL Team
  • Have played in any open men's state cricket team (i.e. Sheffield Shield / Pura Cup; Gillette / FAI / Mercantile Mutual / ING / Ford Ranger Cup / KFC Twenty20 Big Bash; or matches against touring international teams)
  • Have played in any open women’s state cricket team (i.e. National 1st XI Championships or WNCL)
  • Be a Kerry Packer Award recipient (for outstanding contribution to the ACA)

What are the ACA Membership categories?

The ACA has three membership categories for eligible members:

Annual Membership

Paid on an annual basis with members receiving access to the ACA's suite of member benefits for the membership year.

Life Membership

A one off payment that covers membership of the ACA for life.

Honorary Membership

Members can receive honorary life membership through the Kerry Packer Award, introduced to recognise and honour individuals who have served the ACA in an outstanding capacity.

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It's great for the players to know that they have the ACA looking out for their best interests and can go out and enjoy playing the game we love.

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