Who are the Bharat Army?
In 1999 the World Cup in England bought together four founder members of The Bharat Army, from different parts of England they would watch cricket passionately and follow the Indian Cricket Team around the world.
The World Cup in 1999 was only the beginning…
As a result of their continuing support following Team India around the the world, a friendship formed which also identified a need for a supporters group. That commitment was realised in 1999 when the four founder members set up the first Official Indian Cricket Supporters Group…The Bharat Army.
For over 18 years now, The Bharat Army travelled regularly to cricketing venues around the world to support their beloved Team India. Over the years The Bharat Army has continued to grow its patriotic band of loyal supporters and become recognised by Team India and the global cricketing media as the Official Team India Supporters Group Globally.
Bharat Army Mission Statement
To be recognised as the Official Indian Cricket Supporters Group Globally providing a unique innovative voice, committed passionately in support of all Indian Cricket Teams. Their Support and loyalty to Team India will be unrivalled – Win, Lose or Draw.
Join The Bharat Army at Edgbaston
England take on India at Edgbaston on Wed 1 - Sun 5 August in the first Test Match of the Series. You can secure your seats today and join The Bharat Army (Eric Hollies Stand - Block 22) by purchasing tickets through their website. The Eric Hollies stand is recognised as one of the best party stands in world cricket and next summer is sure to be rocking when two of the best Test teams in the world go up against each other. Please click here to purchase tickets in the Bharat Army block.
England vs India at Edgbaston
The number one ranked Test side in the world, India will arrive with a team bristling with talent and under the leadership of Virat Kohli will be determined to start the series in style as they seek to retain that coveted Number One spot. But to do so they must break their Edgbaston duck.
England's Test record in Birmingham is impressive against all-comers - but against India more than most. Of six Tests between the teams in the Second City, the home side has won five with the other drawn. Will England continue their remarkable Test record at Edgbaston or will India finally claim their first Test win at Edgbaston? Don't miss out!