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  1. First Hometown Hero unveiled as basketball coach Ricardo D’Alva, who dedicates his life working with young people from inner city Birmingham
  2. Birmingham school first in the UK to become specialist basketball academy
  3. Nechells HS2 Community and Environment Project
  4. Covid-19: Basketball England statement on Government update
  5. ABL 2020/21 structure confirmed

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October 24, 2020
First Hometown Hero unveiled as basketball coach Ricardo D’Alva, who dedicates his life working with young people from inner city Birmingham

Media Release                                  Birmingham 2022 begins search for Hometown Heroes – stars of West Midlands community sport – to be the faces of its next campaign Games organisers are looking for local heroes of grassroots sport to star in a…

October 17, 2020
Birmingham school first in the UK to become specialist basketball academy

This academic year will see City Academy in Birmingham City Centre become the first specialist basketball academy in the UK thanks to the launch of an exclusive partnership with the Birmingham Rockets.  The Birmingham secondary school will offer its students the chance to train with elite basketball players, enter national and international tournaments and ultimately…

October 9, 2020
Nechells HS2 Community and Environment Project

Our community project supported by the HS2 Community and Environment Fund takes place in the Nechells ward of the Ladywood district in Birmingham. Since October 2018 we have been delivering free coaching at numerous schools in the ward alongside weekly community sessions. The project has enabled hundreds of young people in the area to access Rockets basketball…

October 24, 2020
First Hometown Hero unveiled as basketball coach Ricardo D’Alva, who dedicates his life working with young people from inner city Birmingham

Media Release                                  Birmingham 2022 begins search for Hometown Heroes – stars of West Midlands community sport – to be the faces of its next campaign Games organisers are looking for local heroes of grassroots sport to star in a…

October 17, 2020
Birmingham school first in the UK to become specialist basketball academy

This academic year will see City Academy in Birmingham City Centre become the first specialist basketball academy in the UK thanks to the launch of an exclusive partnership with the Birmingham Rockets.  The Birmingham secondary school will offer its students the chance to train with elite basketball players, enter national and international tournaments and ultimately…

October 9, 2020
Nechells HS2 Community and Environment Project

Our community project supported by the HS2 Community and Environment Fund takes place in the Nechells ward of the Ladywood district in Birmingham. Since October 2018 we have been delivering free coaching at numerous schools in the ward alongside weekly community sessions. The project has enabled hundreds of young people in the area to access Rockets basketball…

October 24, 2020
First Hometown Hero unveiled as basketball coach Ricardo D’Alva, who dedicates his life working with young people from inner city Birmingham

Media Release                                  Birmingham 2022 begins search for Hometown Heroes – stars of West Midlands community sport – to be the faces of its next campaign Games organisers are looking for local heroes of grassroots sport to star in a…

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