The Hambledon Club was a celebrated aristocratic dining club that emerged in the 18th century in the village of Hambledon, Hampshire, England. The club played a pivotal role in the development of cricket as a sport and established several of the game's key rules and practices.
The club was revived in 1999, to honour the memory and great achievements of the Hambledon Club by holding luncheons at the beginning and end of each season featuring high-quality guest speakers.
The first modern luncheon was held at the Bat & Ball Inn on Saturday, 10 April 1999 and they have continued without interruption ever since.
This week they have relaunched their new website https://www.thehambledonclub.com/ taking some inspiration from the website at Broadhalfpenny Down :)