Vikings WBC Contact Details
"Wheelchair basketball is an exciting sport played by physically disabled and non-disabled athletes. It is the best Paralympic team sport and our club has created Paralympians and hopes to continue doing so. We also focus on all players achieving their individual or team goals no matter how big or small. Our club changes lives in the sports hall as well as outside"
We are based at Lansbury Bridge School, St Helens, WA9 1TB. We have club members from all over the Northwest and beyond including St Helens, Wigan, Widnes, Warrington, Liverpool,
Bury, Oldham, Knutsford, Northwich, Southport, Chester and Manchester!
We work with other satellite clubs and clubs within the North West region which helps us
with our development and junior progression.
For more information please contact us or check out our Facebook Page !
Sue Peel's Mobile:- 07811 694234
Lee Horsley's Mobile :- 07889791514
Simon Tate's Mobile :- 07714801316
Facebook Page:- http://www.facebook.com/page
Follow us on Twitter:- @VikingsWBC
VIKINGS WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL CLUB RELY ON PUBLIC GENEROSITY FOR MUCH OF THEIR FUNDING TO RUN THEIR CLUB. YOU CAN HELP THEM BY DOING SOME GUILT FREE SHOPPING!!
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Vikings Team Training @ Lansbury Bridge School
If you would like to attend training and
may need to borrow a sports chair please
contact us to make sure we have a chair
Sometimes training has to be cancelled with short notice so please check Facebook
or text before attending if you are not a regular member and we don't have your details.
Thursday :- 7pm - 9.30pm (Look below for other training details)
Thursday :- 6pm - 7.10pm Junior plus some development
Thursday :- 7.10pm - 7.40pm Older juniors, development and teams
7.40pm - 8.45pm Teams training, 1st team 2nd team & selected players.
Vikings Wheelchair Basketball
Vikings have a lot of junior players and compete in the national junior league. Players from clubs within the North West have gathered together to give as many youngsters as possible the opportunity to play. The teams are called the Spinners and Whirlers.
All this gives children from the age of 10 the chance to play competitively and also experience a fantastic social environment with people from all over the North of England and further.