Whatever your ability, we are all about maximising your opportunities in basketball, supporting you to achieve your goals and developing teamwork and leadership skills.

Royal Navy Basketball

We support basketball across the entire RN, from grassroots level up to the to elite standard, and also form a key part of the United Kingdom Armed Forces Basketball Association (UKAFBA).

At Service level, the squad is divided into three teams: Senior Men's, Senior Ladies and U23 Junior Men.

The season typically runs from October until April, and is broken down into several tournaments and fixture weekends.

Play and develop with us and you can represent your unit, regional command and eventually the Royal Navy itself at the Inter-Services Championship which take place in April each year.

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Basketball is an exciting, fast paced team sport which tests you both physically and mentally, making it a great sport for anyone.

We welcome players of all levels and backgrounds, from those who have never played to those who have already played internationally.

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