Serbian cricket clubs in Belgrade practice at a downtown park near Sava river. The four clubs participating are practicing together on an improvised playground due to the lack of an official stadium.
After several unsuccessful attempts, cricket finally found its place in Serbia in year 2007 when 2 clubs: Stari Grad and Mirijevo were founded in Belgrade. Haris Dajč, Vladimir Ninković, Darko Ivić and Nenad Dugić started organizing cricket trainings with the help of ex-Maharashtra player Mr. Amberish Sarang in October 2007. Soon new members and enthusiasts were added. With the help and support from Ms. Katherine Lawrence from the embassy of United Kingdom, as well as gentlemen Nandikesh Nayar and Vimal Kumar Yadav from the embassy of Republic of India, the full equipment was obtained as well as new instructors and players.
Unlike many Eastern and Southern European cricket teams, the core of cricketers in Serbia consists of domestic players. Apart from domestic players their teams are comprised of expats such as Indians, Pakistanis, Brits and New Zealanders.
In Serbia there are fseven active cricket clubs: Stari Grad, Mirijevo, Vračar from Belgrade, from Cacak (western Serbian town) Kablarski Soko and Mckenzie, from Valjevo cricket club Valjevac and from Ub club Perun Delije.