The County Championship is an official first-class championship of cricket, played in England and Wales. It is one of the oldest tournaments played in England. Currently, it consists of 18 teams which represent the historic counties. 17 of them are from England and one from Wales. The team with the most number of titles is Yorkshire, with a total of 32 titles. In the year 1837, during a match between Kent and Nottingham club, the term “County” was first used. The first official cricket County Championship match was held on 12th May 1890 at Bristol between Yorkshire and Gloucestershire where the former team won by eight wickets. Since then, a new era of cricket started, and county became one of the prestigious tournaments in England.