European Cricket Championship


European Cricket Network is delighted to announce that the fast-growing Swiss watchmaker Norqain has been appointed as the Official Timekeeping Partner for the much-anticipated Dream11 European Cricket Championship, which launches on Monday 13 September at the Cartama Oval in Malaga, Spain.

Norqain is a family-owned Swiss watch company located in Nidau, Bienne at the heart of the Swiss watch industry. All Norqain’s timepieces are exclusively mechanical automatic watches, handcrafted with absolute attention to detail.

“We are thrilled to play an important part in helping to launch such an exciting sporting project,” said Ben Küffer, CEO of Norqain.

“Partnering with this new competition will give us the opportunity to showcase our timepieces to a global market.”

Roger Feiner, CEO of ECL Ag, said: “We are truly excited to have Norqain on board as Official Timekeeper for the inaugural Dream11 European Cricket Championship.

“Norqain is a rising star in Switzerland with a true sporting identity as a company with the Ice Hockey legend Mark Streit involved as a partner. We look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership with Norqain.”

Broadcast to a worldwide audience, the Dream11 European Cricket Championship - ECC21 - is a month-long national team tournament including representative sides from England, Scotland and the Netherlands. Featuring almost 100 games in September and October, 15 national teams will contest the inaugural 2021 edition. The competition will be intense for the European Cricket Championship crown at the picturesque Cartama Oval, Malaga, Spain.

For the latest news on the Dream11 European Cricket Championship, including the full schedule, teams, the format, click here.