Woking Blackhawks Basketball Youth Teams
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Come Play Ball with Us!

The YOUTH section is part of the larger Woking Blackhawks Basketball Club which boasts more than 200 registered players in total, male and female, from U10s all the way up to seniors as well as a Wheelchair section, and 40 volunteers who provide solid coaching and managerial excellence.

In the YOUTH programme (established in 1999), we’re all about enjoying learning and playing competitive basketball in a safe, happy and challenging environment. Our qualified and experienced coaches train our teams and young players to reach their highest potential, and to always have a great time whenever we play. We have Boys' and Girls' teams in all age groups competing in various local and national leagues.

Boys and Girls age groups: U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18

The Youth section runs regular camps (which offer condensed coaching over two or three days), Youth Wednesday (for boys and girls regardless of membership), Fun Friday (an opportunity for families to play basketball together) and also offers private lessons to accelerate player development - and accelerate they do!

See how you can become part of our family and join us at exciting and rewarding events throughout the season.

Ask us now at: info@blackhawks-basketball.co.uk

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Youth Programme

The Woking Blackhawks Youth section includes the following squads (age groups):

Boys: U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18

Girls: U11, U13, U15 and U17

For the 2019-20 season the Youth section is fielding the following teams in local and national leagues:

Boys: U10, U12, U14(CVL), U14(NL), U16(CVL) U16(NL), U18(NL)

Girls: U11, U13

Many players are given the opportunity to play up with an older age team.