Cricket squad from the United States
In international cricket, the United States is represented by the national cricket team of the country. The United States of America Cricket Association, which had previously organised the team, was made an associate member of the International Cricket Council in 1965.
- Monank Patel is the captain.
- J. Arunkumar is the coach
- Headquarters: United States, New York, New York
- International Cricket Council, league
- Built: 1965
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American cricket squad being formed?
In international cricket, the United States is represented by the national cricket team of the country. The team was formerly run by the United States of America Cricket Association (USACA), which joined the International Cricket Council (ICC) as an associate member in 1965. Due to governance and financial concerns, the USACA was expelled by the ICC in June 2017. ICC Americas temporarily took over management of the American squad until a new sanctioning organisation was established. USA Cricket received official associate membership in January 2019.
In 1844, the United States dispatched a team to play Canada in the inaugural international cricket game. The American national team played few international matches during a century and a half. mainly played against Canada
Visiting teams from other nations may also be encountered.
The United States competed in their first international tournament at the 1979 ICC Trophy in England, missing only two subsequent competitions (now known as the World Cup Qualifier). The side participated in its first two One Day International (ODI) games after winning the 2004 ICC Six Nations Challenge and earning a spot in the 2004 ICC Champions Trophy. All of the T20I’s members were given full Twenty20 International (T20I) status by the ICC in April 2018. Therefore, starting on January 1, 2019, any Twenty20 match between the United States and another ICC member is a full T20I.  The United States was set to play their first-ever T20I against the United Arab
The US lost to Papua New Guinea in a third-place playoff game in the World Cricket League’s 2019 Division Two competition, which was recognised as an ODI and so became the US’ third-ever ODI match, 15 years after their last. This fourth-place finish was enough to secure the nation a spot in League 2 of the 2019–22 ICC Cricket World Cup, where all of the team’s matches will have ODI status. The team hosted Papua New Guinea and Namibia as part of its maiden domestic ODI series on September 13, 2019.
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Early in the 18th century, the British introduced cricket to the Thirteen Colonies. The 18th century saw considerable growth in cricket. Anecdotal information suggests that George Washington was a fervent fan of cricket, taking part at least once in a game of wicket with his soldiers at Valley Forge during the American Revolution. John Adams reportedly said in Congress that there was no reason why the leader of the new country couldn’t be named the same if cricket club captains could be referred to as “presidents.”
The first cricket game between nations was played in 1844, and the United States took part. At the St. George’s Cricket Club Ground in Bloomingdale Park, New York, this match was played versus Canada. This inaugural global athletic event.
Despite cricket’s widespread appeal in the 18th and early 19th centuries, baseball overtook cricket in the 1850s and 1860s. Baseball’s rules were somewhat altered to boost its popularity as interest in the sport grew. For instance, to contrast cricket’s flat bats, cheaply produced round bats were introduced. 
Another factor contributing to cricket’s loss in popularity could be the fact that in the late 19th century, while England and Australia were building a professional version of the game, cricket in America remained an amateur activity for the affluent. Many cricket clubs in North America remained obstinately exclusive even as quality of play rose with professionalism in other parts of the world. Clubs like Philadelphia CC and Merion gave up playing cricket and changed their venues to
Baseball dominated both the US’s population and culture by 1900. [Reference needed] Additionally, only nations who were a part of the British Empire were allowed to join the Imperial Cricket Conference (ICC), the first international organisation for the sport, when it was founded in 1909. This diminished cricket’s appeal outside of the empire and slowed efforts to professionalise the sport in the US. The question of whether the momentum would have been boosted or maintained by a more open ICC is yet unanswered.  Whatever the reason, the game did not take off in America the way it did in the British Empire. The amateur Philadelphia cricket club, not a true national side, dominated American cricket.