Bristol Storm founder Steve Brocklehurst has been nominated into the Bristol City Hall of Fame for Exceptional Contribution. It has been fifteen years since the club started on the Netham field with a portable basket, the growth and achievements have been extraordinary for the Storm club, regular reaching much further than you would expect but the desire and drive of everyone involved in the ...
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The MET Basketball Program is a school wide initiative launched by Bristol Metropolitan Academy that aims to build upon the academic and sporting success of our young athletes. MET has the strongest basketball programme in Bristol and the South West, and they have become one of the best in England by winning different titles along the years and sending players to top clubs, academies and overseas.
Men’s basketball at UWE Bristol operates at an elite level and the programme has established itself as a premier destination for basketball excellence in South West England. As a student-athlete you'll experience a superb basketball experience coupled with your academic study.
We work in association with the Bristol Flyers Basketball Club. The club’s junior age group teams feed into our Academy programme, which in turn feeds into the Flyers senior teams, which compete in the professional British Basketball League (BBL) and the Basketball England National League (NBL).
What are the benefits of basketball. Basketball is one of the most popular team sports in the world. Here are some of the benefits: Fun activity - basketball is a fast game, keeping your child on their toes and constantly moving. New friends - your child will meet other children, make friends and build up camaraderie within her team.
Bristol Flyers' basketball holiday camps are the answer! Our basketball holiday camps are designed to provide an affordable, extended opportunity for children to play basketball, receive specialist coaching during the school holidays and apply their skills in a gameplay setting.