|Skew Bridge, Lower Bemerton|
|Wilton Road End|
Lower Bemerton End
The Salisbury and South Wiltshire Sports Club (also known as the County Ground) is a sports ground in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, which is used for cricket and other sports.
The first recorded cricket match at the ground was in 1854, when South Wiltshire played an All England Eleven. The ground hosted its first Minor Counties Championship match when Wiltshire played Hertfordshire in 1905. The ground next hosted Wiltshire's home matches from 1926 to 1949 and then from 1958 to the present day. The ground has also hosted a single MCCA Knockout Trophy match between Wiltshire and Herefordshire.
The ground has also hosted List A matches. The first List-A match played on the ground was between Wiltshire and Scotland in the 2000 NatWest Trophy. The ground has hosted two further List-A matches involving Wiltshire: against Ireland in the 2002 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy, and Kent in the 2005 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy.
The site has two cricket grounds, an artificial all-weather pitch and a full-size grass football pitch.
The first pavilion, a small one-storey building, was built at the Wilton Road ground in 1955 at a cost of £1,000 to accommodate South Wilts Cricket Club and Bemerton Athletic Football Club. This pavilion was closed in 2012, after a long-running fundraising effort for a new clubhouse was completed. The new clubhouse was built with costs rising to £1.2 million. The current clubhouse is a two-storey building that caters for hockey and football in the winter and cricket in the summer. The clubhouse also caters for all Sports Club events, which range from music events to quiz nights.