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Germany has featured in five World Cricket League events, finishing seventh in WCL5 in 2008, and fifth in 2017.
Cricket began in 1819; in 2019 Croatia was suspended by the ICC for non-compliance.
The main ground in Estonia is The Hippodrome which is located in the centre of Tallinn’s racecourse.
British merchants formed the Oporto Cricket Club in 1855, the Lisbon club was formed in 1860.
The first cricket match against an overseas team occurred as a result of a three ship collision in the harbour.
Cricket was started in Slovenia in a small town near the Austrian border in 1974 by 13 year old Borut Cegovnik.
Guernsey was granted Affiliate status by ICC in 2005 and the following year made their debut in European Division 2.
Bulgaria are currently 69th in the ICC T20 rankings, with their highest position having been 52nd.
The first recorded match in the new country took place in 1956 at Tel-Hashomer, between Tel Aviv and Be’erSheva.
In 1905 Belgium met The Netherlands in the first of what became a regular series of internationals.
Despite not being an ICC member, Icelandic cricket has developed something of a cult following and can boast the world's most northerly ground.
In 1996 a national cricket centre was opened in Seebarn, 20 kilometres north of Vienna.
Isle of Man
The Isle of Man Cricket Association was formed in 1930 as an affiliate member of Lancashire County Cricket Club.
Unsurprisingly, Switzerland is home to one of Europe's most scenic cricket grounds.
Cricket was first played as a demonstration sport during the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki.
From the Peninsular War to European Division 1, Spanish cricket has a long history.
French cricket holds a unique place in the history of the game for a number of reasons.
By 1984 the clubs of Capanelle, Lazio and Roma had been formed in Rome. The dominant and influential figure of Simone Gambino became President in 1986.
Sweden recently appointed former South African Test player Jonty Rhodes as Head Coach.
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