Rockets Host 20 Schools From Across Birmingham To Round Off The Canon Respect Project

During the past 5 weeks we have delivered the Canon Respect Schools Project which culminated in us hosting Primary and Secondary Tournaments at Nechells Wellbeing Centre over the past two days. This rounded off the Canon Respect Project, which was run in conjunction with B. Braun Sheffield Sharks and Canon Medical Systems Europe. The project…

Easter Camp Gallery 2022

Take a look at some of the best pictures from our Easter Skills Camp 2022! Our Rockets camps offer the best possible experience for players aged 5-18 and take place at regular intervals throughout the year. Our Hakeem Olajuwon International Summer Camp is coming up for players aged 11-18 this August, make sure you’re there!

Hometown Hero Ricardo D’Alva Meets Prince Edward Ahead Of 2022 Commonwealth Games

City of Birmingham Rockets’ Ricardo D’Alva and his fellow Hometown Heroes from across the city met with Prince Edward, the CEO of the 2022 Commonwealth Games and the Mayor of Birmingham at Birmingham Library yesterday. Ricardo has been recognised as one of Birmingham’s key players in encouraging participation and promoting mental and physical wellbeing within…

Rockets To Welcome Local Schools To Home Fixtures This Season!

The work we carry out in the local community is the foundation of our club, and as such we are delighted to be able to welcome schoolchildren from across the city to selected fixtures throughout our 2021/22 season. Students from Clifton Primary School were the first to benefit from these complimentary tickets on Saturday and…