About Us


“Providing beginners to professionals with a world class cricket coaching experience in an inspiring and unique learning environment”

ICC America's Best Junior Cricket Initiative Award Winner club started with its seeds sowed in late 2010 before being formally registered as Non-Profit 501(C)(3) in early 2011. 

EYCA is focused on promoting Art of Cricket with young boys & girls age 5 to 17 by providing wide variety of options from social cricket to serious curriculum based programs designed to excel. Amid all the passion for the game, club has maintained a on-field fair play and off-field family oriented culture.

EYCA is a parent volunteer run non profit organization & none of executive, board or volunteers receive any compensation. Parent volunteers have played key role in growth of the club since its inception.


Executive Team

Deependra Vaidya  –  President

Priti Gupta - Treasurer

Simran Thadani - VP Marketing

Mayur Trivedi - VP Operations

Viju Varghese - Regional Head, Fremont

Board Members

Ravi Guddanti

Niharika Saxena

Venkatesh Subramanian

Virendra Swar

Jignesh Trivedi


EYCA currently operates in Fremont / Union City / Milpitas / Santa Clara / San Ramon & Dublin. Our programs facilities in these locations are up and running and the Academy participants are loving using them! 

Club has also establish partnership with leading Indoor Cricket Facility in the region to ensure cricket continues in wet & cold conditions. Both outdoor & indoor facilities are available for members year round meaning top class training continues on & off season perfectly. All sessions and coaches are provided all modern coaching aids and equipments.

Parent Information

For our younger cricketers, we know that you as parents invest a lot of time and energy into delivering your children to the EYCA for their training sessions. So, we’d like to let you know a little more about us.

EYCA Coaching Team and Personnel

All coaches in EYCA are trained &  certified coaches (Cricket Australia) with whom your child will be in contact with as your child engages in their cricket journey with us. Check our programs pages for specific training to get more details about various options. Keep an eye on this Parents Information page too for regular updates.

Drop Off and Pick Up

Parents are welcome to remain on site at the EYCA. We ask that you please not enter the nets or fielding area, and if you meet up with friends to please be aware that it could be distracting for your child to be within earshot of you while they are training. We believe that superior learning experiences are had and accelerated development is obtained when parents are not present. This policy and our philosophy on player self sufficiency and growth will go hand in hand in seeing skills, self belief/confidence nurtured to the highest degree possible.

We expect your child to be ready to train – which means in the appropriate clothing – before their scheduled time slot. Our recommendation is that they arrive fifteen minutes beforehand and If you think you will be later than fifteen minutes to pick them up, please just let us know.


Coaching sessions that are cancelled due to weather or ground unavailability will not be refunded unless club specifically communicates refund for a particular cancelation. As members you will receive cancelation, absentee & refund policies on regular basis.

If a coach is ill or unable to attend a session due to unforeseen circumstances and no substitute coach is available to fill in, the coaching session missed will be credited or rescheduled as per membership category & policy communicated.

Cricket Equipment

We request that every child arrives with their own bat, cricket pads, appropriate footwear and a helmet. We do have a help if possible with equipment on temporary basis but it is best for your child to train in the gear they will be playing in. We are happy to offer advice about the purchasing of new cricket gear.

Medical Conditions

At EYCA the safety and welfare of your child is of the utmost importance to us. We place great emphasis on First Aid support and require all new players to declare their medical conditions on a term by term basis.