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West Brom Basketball caters for the needs of all, regardless of age, gender or ability.
Founded in 2014, West Brom Basketball Club was set up with the aim of developing youth basketball in West Bromwich.
Since it’s start up, West Brom Basketball Club has worked with various groups from youngsters and beginners to elite junior and senior players and teams.
First and foremost, Basketball should be fun for all!
All we ask, work hard, train hard and play hard basketball! Effort is key!
We want to develop players across the Midlands!
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West Brom Basketball Club got their season off with the best possible start, winning both of their opening premier division clashes against Churchbridge and Birmingham Blazers.The Black Country side travelled to Chasetown to take on a physical Churchbridge side in their opening game of the season, and had new signing Fredo Richardson to thank as Read more about Unbeaten Start to the Season for Seniors[…]
With the support of Sandwell Council and the Department for Education this summer we will be providing FREE summer activities through the Holiday Activities and Food Program (HAF). The program is open to children and young people living in Sandwell aged 5-16 years old. The program will consist of basketball activities and a hot meal Read more about Holiday Activities and Food[…]
West Brom Basketball Club are proud to announce we have started a new partnership with Sandwell College. This partnership will provide young people aged 16-19 with the opportunity to combine studying alongside basketball in our academy style program. The program will offer a wider range of post-16 courses which can be studied alongside daily basketball Read more about Partnership with Sandwell College[…]
West Brom Basketball Club director Liam Sheridan says that the players are ‘excited’ to return to competitive action in the coming months – as restrictions on grassroots sport begin to lift. There has only been very limited basketball been played in the UK over the course of the past 12 months due to the coronavirus Read more about Return to Play Getting Closer[…]
WEST BROM BASKETBALL CLUB IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE IT’S NEW SPONSORSHIP WITH UTILITA ENERGY. Utilita are the largest energy supplier outside the big six. They are the innovators of their field installing the UK’s very first ‘smart meter’ in 2008. Unlike nearly all the major energy suppliers Utilta have scrapped the ‘standing charge’, meaning if you Read more about New Club Sponsor: Utilita[…]
Gemma Salmon is the head coach of our under 11s. In this article Coach Gem will discuss the importance of working on your core and share with you some of her workouts to help develop her core and ease lower back pain. Picture this…. Walking into a gym full of young basketball players, age 15 and Read more about Coach Gem: How Often Do You Work On Your Core?[…]
Next up we hear from Roshawn and his family about their thoughts on being a part of West Brom Basketball Club under 11s. “I had decided to let my son join a basketball club because I thought he needed something to keep him fit. I also started getting into basketball near my late teens and Read more about Roshawn and Family on West Brom Basketball Club[…]
During this time I’m sure we are all missing basketball. Travis who plays in our under 13s and under 15s teams along with his family have shared their thought on what West Brom Basketball Club means to them. We first came across Travis at one of our primary school programs. Since then Travis has committed Read more about Travis and Family on West Brom Basketball Club[…]
The term Man to Man defence has an immediate recognition for all our coaches. We know what MTM means and we know what we expect from our players. The fact that we are constantly frustrated by many players not executing the MTM defence correctly is usually because the players were not taught the basics when they Read more about Coach Rudge: Man to Man Defence early introduction[…]
Very recently I was asked by a young inexperienced coach to write a short explanation to help him understand the offensive strategy called ‘Positionless Basketball’. He asked that it be no longer than 800 words and to try and give him some ‘key’ practice points when introducing it in training. After I had written the Read more about Coach Rudge on Positionless Basketball[…]