Sportpark Maarschalkerweerd is a cricket ground in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The first recorded match on the ground came in 1967 when the Netherlands Women's Cricket Board XI played the Women's Cricket Association.<ref name="OTH">Template:Cite web</ref> The ground is somewhat a de facto home ground for the Netherlands Women's team, having played host to numerous Dutch women's teams since 1967.<ref name="OTH"/> It held two Women's One Day Internationals in 2002 between the Netherlands Women and New Zealand Women. Further matches in that format were in held, with South Africa Women visiting in 2007, West Indies Women playing two matches there in 2008, and Ireland Women visiting in 2011. Five Women's Twenty20 Internationals have also been played there between 2008 and 2011.
The men's national team played a first-class match there in the 2005 Intercontinental Cup against Scotland. The ground is also used by Kampong Cricket Club.