Aces Wheelchair Basketball Club

Sports category:

Wheelchair Basketball

Overview

Here at Aces Wheelchair Basketball Club we offer fun and fully inclusive training sessions. The club train on a Friday night at the world famous Stoke Mandeville Stadium, birthplace of the Paralympic movement. Our junior training sessions (11-18 year olds) run from 6pm until 8pm. This includes a mini's group who train from 6pm until 7pm (for those aged 5 to 10/11). The senior training sessions (16+ depending on skill level) run from 8pm until 10pm.

The club also offer competitive opportunities with a team entered in Junior League and National League (Divisions 1 and 4)

All our coaches are qualified with the National Governing Body and are all DBS checked.

Club features

Impairment types:
Physical impairment
Physical impairment
Amputee
Cerebral Palsy
Spinal Cord Injury
Staff experience:
We have a lot of experience working with people with impairments
Activity format:
Team based
Availiable sessions:
Children & youth sessions
Adult
Aces WBC's Club Logo.

Location:

Stoke Mandeville Stadium
Guttmann Road
Alyesbury
HP21 9PP
United Kingdom

Telephone number:

07921 457978

Email address:

Attending the club:

Aces Wheelchair Basketball Club will always welcome new members. If you are planning on attending a session, it would be of great help if you were to notify us of this. This will not only allow us to welcome you properly on the night but will also assist the coaching team with their planning and also make us aware of any requirement surrounding the use of a sports wheelchairs.

We as a club do ask that members pay a monthly subscription fees which stand at £10 a month for Juniors and £20 a month for Seniors. *If the subscription fees may act as a barrier to joining the club, members of the club board are happy to discuss alternative options on a one to one basis.

When we meet:

We meet on Friday evenings. 6pm-8pm Junior Training Sessions. 8pm-10pm Senior Training Sessions.

Equipment:

Participant will require the use of a sports wheelchair. The club have a collection of sports wheelchairs available for the use of its members, so owning your own chair is not a must.

Accessibility Information:

Aces Wheelchair Basketball Club, train and play out of Stoke Mandeville Stadium, birthplace of the Paralympic Games. There is plenty of disabled parking spaces upon arrival. The facility also offers level access into their sports hall.

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