Tokyo Falcons is a not-for-profit club of cricket lovers without boundaries coming together to promote the spirit of cricket and the sport itself in Japan. The idea was conceived when we realized that the passion we share for cricket should not be limited just to cricket match screenings with friends as and when time permits but help cricket lovers have a community and pursue the game with fun as well as commitment.

Tokyo Falcons Cricket Club offers something for every age group and depending upon the membership you opt for, the club focuses on leisure and professional level championships/series like JCA, KCL and others across the year in Japan.

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Voices from TOKYO FALCONS Management

 

Member of Governing Council, TFCC

Our vision is to promote cricket for all, those who wants to pursue it as a hobby or as a serious passion. And to provide a platform for our young ones to get the exposure to this wonderful game.

 

  • Sameep Dawar

Member of Season Ball Management Committee, TFCC

We would like to take the season ball game to its next level in Tokyo. Every one will get the right opportunity to sharpen up their game and bring out the best in them.

  • Kuldeep Bisht

Member of Governing Council, TFCC

We intend to pursue the club in a predictable and defined manner. Every one will find their place to enjoy the openness and fairness in every aspect of the games.

  • Sandeep Chakraborty

Member of Season Ball Management Committee, TFCC

This is a club which provides a platform for every player to express himself and have fun at the same time. The bigger goal is to promote and encourage a wider interest and involvement in cricket among-st young people.

  • Rahul Tiwari

Member of Governing Council, TFCC

We intend to pursue the club in a predictable and defined manner. Every one will find their place to enjoy the openness and fairness in every aspect of the games.

  • Anandsagar Shiralkar 

Member of Season Ball Management Committee, TFCC

This is a club which provides a platform for every player to express himself and have fun at the same time. The bigger goal is to promote and encourage a wider interest and involvement in cricket among-st young people.

  • Pushkar Kaushik