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Teams

The University offers competitive basketball for both men and women with two male teams and one female team competing in British Universities & Colleges competitions. In addition to this, we also have a male team competing in Basketball England’s National Basketball League (NBL) competitions.

Men

The Men’s Club has two teams. The First team compete in the BUCS Northern Division 1 and National Basketball League Division 2 club competition. The 2nd Team is also entered into BUCS competitions.

Women

The Women’s Club has one BUCS team competing in BUCS Division 3. It offers opportunities for students of all levels of skill and experience to play basketball.

Wheelchair

The Wheelchair Club is partnered with the Cheshire Phoenix Wheelchair Basketball Club providing regular sessions at Ellesmere Port Sports Village.

Join

Our clubs are always looking for new members to join our club and offer opportunities for current students and alumni of all experience levels, from beginners through to elite level performers, to play basketball on a competitive and/or recreational basis. Contact the relevant Club on social media to find out more information and how to join.

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