Uxbridge Cricket Ground opened in 1971. Uxbridge Cricket Club moved here after a redevelopment of Uxbridge High Street
saw the club move from their Cricketfield Road ground. The present ground is situated across from Uxbridge Common on which the team used to play during the 1800s.
County Cricket Club first used the ground competitively in 1980 on their way on to winning the County Championship in a match against Derbyshire
. Middlesex won by 9 wickets, with Vintcent van der Bijl taking 10 wickets in the match.The ground also played host to a Pakistan
warm up match prior to the 1983 World
Cup. The County's second eleven first used the ground in 1973.
Middlesex played at the ground until 1998.The club returned with their second eleven in 2002 and followed by the first team in 2003, when they played a Twenty Twenty game against Hampshire
.Marylebone Cricket Club have also used the ground, to play matches against counties second eleven sides. Now they field a team of young cricketers against the second elevens. They first used the ground in 1995, but since 2000 have used it more frequently.