Richmond Green is a square near the centre of Richmond, a town in south west London, England. Owned by the Crown Estate, it is leased to the London Borough of Richmond. The Green, which has been described as "one of the most beautiful urban greens surviving anywhere in England", is square in shape and is open grassland, framed with broadleaf trees and extends to about twelve acres. It is overlooked by a mixture of period townhouses, historic buildings including the Richmond Theatre and Library and the Cricketers public house.
For over 400 years, Richmond Green has been edged by houses and premises built to provide accommodation for people serving or visiting nearby Richmond Palace. In 1625 Charles I brought his court here to escape the plague in London and by the early 18th century these had become the homes of "minor nobility, diplomats, and court hangers-on".
The Green was and is a popular venue for cricket matches and the earliest reference to cricket on Richmond Green is in 1666. The Green is presently home to two village cricket teams each affiliated to two of Richmond's public houses, The Princes Head and The Cricketers.