It is around 1,500, as no cricket pitch is exactly the same size. You can work out the circumference of any cricket pitch if you know the diameter by multiplying that by pi (which can be rounded up to around 3.14). However, if the cricket pitch isn't perfectly circular, then it will be much more complicated to find the circumference and you will no doubt have to seek the assistance of an experienced mathematician to work it out. You could of course measure it yourself but that would take a great deal of effort as you would have to find a way of measuring it, and then of course walk around the whole pitch yourself.

If you want to know roughly, however, then stick to the 1500 number. This is a relatively accurate number, assuming that the cricket pitch is between 450 and 500 feet.

If you really want to know and you can't think of any other way of finding out what the circumference is then you could perhaps talk to the person who owns the cricket field. They will no doubt know all of the measurements given that they would have probably been around when it was made.

Most of the action in the cricket game takes place in the center of the circular or oval ground, where you will find a rectangular strip of clay and a small grass patch which is called the pitch. This pitch will measure around 20 meters long, or 22 yards.

At either end of the pitch there will be three upright wooden stakes and these are known as the stumps. The stumps are hammered into the ground, and there are two wooden crosspieces (bails) that sit in grooves at the top of the stumps. Every set of the three stumps and the two bails are known collectively as a wicket.

If you want to know roughly, however, then stick to the 1500 number. This is a relatively accurate number, assuming that the cricket pitch is between 450 and 500 feet.

If you really want to know and you can't think of any other way of finding out what the circumference is then you could perhaps talk to the person who owns the cricket field. They will no doubt know all of the measurements given that they would have probably been around when it was made.

Most of the action in the cricket game takes place in the center of the circular or oval ground, where you will find a rectangular strip of clay and a small grass patch which is called the pitch. This pitch will measure around 20 meters long, or 22 yards.

At either end of the pitch there will be three upright wooden stakes and these are known as the stumps. The stumps are hammered into the ground, and there are two wooden crosspieces (bails) that sit in grooves at the top of the stumps. Every set of the three stumps and the two bails are known collectively as a wicket.