We believe playing boccia improves lives!

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.


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Our Impact

The impact we have is immense. View our impact and achievements here, plus view participant case studies and annual reports.





  • Team and Pairs 2023

    Saturday 2nd December 2023 - Stoke Mandeville will host the annual Boccia England Teams and Pairs competition. Read more

  • Super League Fixture Day 1

    Sunday 3rd December - Berkhamsted Leisure Centre - The top 8 league teams battle it out on the second Super League fixture day of the season! Read more

  • 2023 Boccia England Awards

    Friday 8th December - The Boccia England Awards are a celebration of sporting achievements. The awards provide a way of recognising and, above all, celebrating the successes of our outstanding athletes, inspirational volunteers, great coaches and officials. This also includes our high-quality clubs across England. Read more

  • 2023 Annual General Meeting

    Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is an annual gathering of our stakeholders and Board of Directors where the stakeholders are presented with Boccia England's annual report and update. Read more