1910 was the 21st season of County Championship cricket in England. Kent won a second successive title. Norfolk won the Minor Counties Championship, defeating Berkshire in the final challenge match. There were no overseas tours to England during the season, the English team having toured South Africa over the 1909–10 winter. A tour to the West Indies also took place over the 1910–11 winter.
Main article: 1910 County Championship
The County Championship was won by Kent, recording their second successive victory following their Championship win in 1909. Surrey finished in second place. Somerset finished last without winning a first-class match all season.
Johnny Tyldesley topped the batting averages with 2265 runs scored at an average of 46.22. J T Hearne topped the bowling averages with 119 wickets at an average of 12.79.