To support our members and to reflect the ongoing restriction of activity and impact of Covid-19, a discount has been applied to the price of the 2021-2022 membership. Read more
SUPERHEROES & SIDEKICKS WANTED! Enter the Winter Wonderwheels event at Dorney Lake, Windsor, on 5th December 2021. Anyone can join the fun as long as at least one person per team considers themselves to have a disability (of any kind). Read more
The Big Boccia Survey is back! Our annual survey helps us to better understand who plays boccia and how we can improve the experience all people have in our sport, and it is now live. Read more
The document below sets out Boccia England’s proposed return to play steps as we look forward to getting back on court and restarting all boccia activity in time. Read more
We are a registered charity and the National Governing Body (NGB) for boccia in England. We are responsible for all aspects of the sport in England from beginner to expert, providing for all levels of participation and are dedicated to improving the physical and emotional well-being of children and adults with disabilities through boccia.
Boccia England is uniquely placed to make a massive difference to the lives of so many people who otherwise would not have access to the benefits sport can bring. Boccia is a totally inclusive sport and can be played by anyone regardless of age, gender, ability or disability. Boccia is the only sporting option for many severely disabled and older people with limited motor skills.
Our mission statement ‘Playing boccia – changing lives’ is driven by our belief that through the power and inspiration of boccia, real change can be achieved to people’s lives.
We are proud to have widened the reach of boccia in England, from just those with severe physical disabilities, including Cerebral Palsy, to any individual with a disability including learning and visual impairments.
‘Boccia Was Back’ over the weekend with our first competition in 18 months. Read more
British Blind Sport has worked with Boccia England to develop an inclusive resource that will help to support more blind and partially sighted players to participate in boccia. The new resource teaches coaches how to include blind and partially sighted people in boccia and provides them with the knowledge and skills they need to confidently deliver visually impaired (VI) boccia in club, school, and community settings. Read more
Monday 27th September is National Boccia Day! Here you will find all the information about the day and how you can get involved. Read more
The Back to Boccia Cup is our first competition post-pandemic that will see some of the top BC1-4 players competing across 2 days in Sheffield. Read more
The Big Bocciathon took place on 23rd April 2021. 24 hours of live-streamed boccia-related fun and activities to raise much-needed funds to change the lives of disabled athletes. Read more
National Boccia Day 2020 took place on Sunday 27th September 2020. All the information and downloadable resources can be found here. Read more