The JM Finn Stand at The Kia Oval

We are delighted to extend our partnership with Surrey to what is one of the finest stands in world cricket.

by Oliver Tregoning

Head of Marketing

The Vauxhall end stand is now known as the JM Finn Stand until at least the summer of 2025. In a normal season it will host over 100,000 cricket fans watching sell out Test Matches, One Day Internationals and Surrey matches in the Vitality T20 Blast.

Surrey CCC and The Oval Cricket ground are two of the most historic institutions in world sport. Founded in 1845, the Club has won 20 County Championship titles and been represented by some of the finest English cricketing talents in history including Sir Jack Hobbs, Sir Alec Bedser, Peter May, Alec Stewart and Kevin Pietersen. There are currently thirteen male Surrey players that have represented England in different forms of cricket, as well as three female cricketers.

Surrey CCC and The Oval Cricket ground are two of the most historic institutions in world sport. 

From the start of the 2021 season, the new deal will also see teams across the Club’s hugely successful County Age Groups programme – the elite youth cricket academy that has recently given birth to new stars like Ollie Pope, Sam and Tom Curran, Rory Burns and Jason Roy – wearing kit branded with the JM Finn logo.

Richard Thompson, Surrey Chairman said: “As a Club with 176 years of history, we place huge value in loyalty and partnerships – and so for our longest standing partner to renew and increase their commitment to the Club is hugely appreciated and valued. Everyone at Surrey looks forward to working with the team at JM Finn for the next five years and hopefully long beyond.”

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