The Royal London One-Day Cup 2022 tournament will be a limited-overs cricket competition that forms part of the 2022 domestic cricket season in England and Wales. Matches will be contested over 50 overs per side, having List A cricket status, with all eighteen first-class counties competing in the tournament.
The tournament is contested amongst all eighteen first-class counties. The counties are divided into two groups- Group A and Group B. The group stage of the tournament is followed by knockouts. The current defending Champions of the Royal London One day Cup is Glamorgan.
The tournament is scheduled to start on 2 August 2022, with the final taking place on 17 September 2022 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. Glamorgan is the defending champions winning the 2021 tournament.
|Group A||Group B|
|Notts Outlaws||Kent Spitfires|
|Somerset CCC||Lancashire Lightning|
|Sussex Sharks||Worcestershire Rapids|
Based on a rough North-South geographical division, the 18 counties are divided into the two groups - Group A and Group B. Each team plays every other team in the group once during the group stage, thus playing a total of eight matches. Four of the right matches of each team are home games, while the other four are away. The group stage winners progress straight to the semi-finals and the second and third-placed teams in each group will play a play-off against a team from the other group in the quarterfinals, and the winner progresses to one of the semi-final matches.