Shree Muktajeevan Swamibapa encouraged his disciples to take care of their physical bodies, because devotion to God can only be performed well if one's physical body is healthy and fit.

Swamibapa Cricket Club - History

Swamibapa Cricket Club (London) was established in 1984. The team was formed here in London after the success of Swamibapa CC in Nairobi, Kenya. Swamibapa CC, Kenya won all major championships, and they also had some players that featured in the national team. Steve Tikolo (Current Captain), Tom Tikolo (Former Captain), David Tikolo, Alfred Njuguna, Nitin Khokhrai, Sibtain Klassamali, Tariq Iqual, Lameck Onyango and Martin Orewa to name a few. Swamibapa Cricket Club, Kenya was named after Jeevanpran Shree Muktajeevan Swamibapa, the then Acharya of Shree Swaminarayan Gadi Sansthan, Maninagar.

The sister club in London started off with approximately 15 members, they played friendly matches against various teams. As the years went on the club grew in size and reputation.

This year Swamibapa CC has entered two teams into the Trailfinders Saturday Middlesex League and has another team playing in the 1987 League. Swamibapa CC has forty-six members of various ages (the youngest player is just 12 years old). Under the Umbrella of Shree Muktajeevan Sports Academy the club has flourished. With the help of our sponsors Chandni Sweet Mart, Rubicon Exotic Drinks, Tru Construction and Xoocafe Ltd the club hopes to grow even bigger and play an even higher standard of cricket.

Swamibapa CC aim to promote the game of Cricket and to provide cricket lovers the chance to play competitive cricket at a high standard.