Over the weekend of 17-18th February, The Brentwood Centre hosted the penultimate Heathcoat Cup qualification round as well as the second fixture day of the Super League. Read more
1st ever Joint Camp with Handball, Goalball and GB Archery lead by the True Athlete Project Read more
A basic guide on how to play boccia when visually impaired using VI grids Read more
You can play boccia recreationally at home. You don’t need much space or specialised equipment to have fun and start developing some of your boccia skills! On this page you’ll find some ideas and links to help you get started. 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 ‘Improving lives through boccia’ is driven by our belief that through the power and inspiration of boccia, real change can be achieved to people’s lives.
The impact we have is immense. View our impact and achievements here, plus view participant case studies and annual reports.
Over the weekend of 20th and 21st January, Perdiswell Leisure Centre in Worcester played host to the BE Cup and Heathcoat Cup West competitions, where it was great to see so many new and returning players competing. Read more
Saturday 16th March 2024 - K2 Crawley - The Boccia England (BE) Cup is a thrilling competition for the top-level BC1-4 athletes from across the country. Read more
Sunday 17th March - K2 Crawley - Heathcoat Cup is an entry level individuals competition open to all disability groups (BC1 - BC8). Read more
Saturday 20th April 2024 - Warwick Sports and Wellness Hub - Athletes who qualified in BC1-BC8 classifications will battle it out in Warwick to be crowned Heathcoat Cup Champions. Read more
Sunday 21st April 2024 - The Alan Higgs Centre - The top 8 league teams battle it out on the second Super League fixture day of the season! Read more