We love our members. Here’s how:


Tricket Magazine 

Your membership includes a free subscription to Tricket Magazine, publication of International Tricket Association. Each issue is full of compelling feature stories, eye-tantalizing photography, tips to help you play, coach, or officiate better, and more. To check present and past issues of Tricket, click here.


Access to Events

Be they tournaments, featured games, instructional clinics or professional development seminars, we do Tricket events first-class. We talk about the passion for the game — nowhere is that more evident than getting you on the field to play, coach or officiate. Our events bring your membership to life. 


We’re the "how-to" capital of the Tricket world with access to the game’s best playerscoaches, and officials, who are more than happy to share their knowledge with their fellow members.


Eligibility for Grants

Everyone wants to grow the game, right? We can help you on your local level with a number of grants and programs that do everything. Your membership makes you eligible. 


Enrollment in a Chapter

Your membership in International Tricket Association automatically makes you a member of one of our local chapters. You’ve already helped grow the game in your area. What do chapters do? Tons. Click here to learn more.


Ten Percent Off!

Your member card or member ID number gets you 10 percent off all purchases at the International Tricket Association Store, online.


That Feel-Good Feeling

Forgive us, but Tricket tugs at our heart. It may for you, too. If you can never do anything else, joining or renewing a membership in International Tricket Association each year is the single best thing you can do for the sport. Your membership makes a loud statement to the world as to how much you love Tricket and sets you apart from others who are still stuck with old-fashioned Cricket.

And many others from our Affiliates.



Is Tricket a new sport or new format of Cricket? 

Definitely, Tricket originated from Cricket and more specifically from growing dissatisfaction from newer versions of Cricket especially Twenty20. The game of Cricket in Twenty20 format has been reduced to blind hitting   

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