District League


    

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rowing basketball in the city


 

50 new basketball clubs formed in Birmingham, 10 representative District Basketball club and 40 representative Ward basketball clubs

To encourage 3000 young people to actively play basketball on a regular basis



 

how it works                             


The Birmingham A's District Basketball League will be a Central venue basketball league. The league is intended to allow those that enjoy sport to show case what they can do at a competitive level, whilst giving the opportunity for a fun and informal introduction to basketball. The league will be made up from representative clubs that the A's are developing with local people and communitities, enabeling young people to access sport regardless of their background.

The district clubs will be responsible for developing basketball locally, although the league will be administrated centrally in order to maintain quality and control over all aspects of the basketball delivery. Each district team will host a central venue league tournament allowing the replication of a home and away format, bringing about greater opportunities for community cohesion and building social capital.
 

 

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  • @BirminghamA

    Callum and Sedale are at National Team training today; good luck boys! http://t.co/CM3UleN7wu

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    PLEASE SHARE To all true ballers! like the A's fan page..... http://t.co/IBVG0TSB6h

  • @BirminghamA

    @CoachVear oh cool that's what I thought. Expensive as hell over there. Keep representing the UK well my man! Lol http://t.co/WW1jsoEY0p

  • @BirminghamA

    @CoachVear are you not coaching in iceland or Finland? Or is that someone else? I'm confused? http://t.co/uff5ueihoh

  • @BirminghamA

    People need to understand what's going on. Unless we change the governance of EB we will never be funded again; EVER! http://t.co/RWjZZrBmEm