The Sports Ground
, Woodbridge Road is a cricket ground in Guildford
. The ground was given to the town in trust in 1911 by Sir Harry Waechter, Bart. Guildford Cricket Club play their home matches on the ground. Surrey CCC play one County Championship match and one List A one-day match there each season, as well as some second XI fixtures. Until comparatively recently, hockey was played on the ground in winter.
The ground was also used for football until at least 1921. It was the home ground of the amateur team Guildford F.C. who existed until 1953 (not to be confused with the professional Guildford City team who played at Josephs Road) and was also used as the venue for some Surrey Senior Cup finals.
The ground capacity is 4,500. The two ends of the ground are known as the Pavilion End and the Railway End.Surrey first used the ground in 1938, against Hampshire
from 13 to 15 July, winning by an innings. They have played there in most seasons since.The ground is on the small side, so that some high scores have been made there.
The highest individual innings played on the ground in first-class matches is Justin Langer's 342 for Somerset
in 2006. Somerset made 688-8 declared in their first innings in this match, but Surrey responded with 717 - the highest total made on the ground - and the match was drawn.The English women's cricket team have played two Test Matches on the ground, against New Zealand
in 1996 and against Australia
in 1998.Surrey CCC currently play one first-class and one List A match at Woodbridge Road each season.