We aim to provide a place for both beginners and more experienced players to enjoy playing and training. Our "beginners" sessions for adults focusses more on technique and skills, whereas our "team sessions" are aimed at preparing our men and women's teams for league competition. Our youth sessions are suitable for all players, but our Jnuior Academy sessions are aimed more at developing 1-1 skills and techniques
Adults "Beginners" sessions (men and women).
Wednesdays, 7:30-9.00pm. Christ Church Academy.
These sessions are aimed more at helping beginners understand some of the basic skills and techniques for playing handball and are designed to be fun and welcoming. However, they also provide an opportunity for more experienced players to develop their skills at the same time.
Adults Team Training (men and women).
Saturdays. 9:30-11:am. Christ Church Academy
These sessions are for those players wanting to play in the men's and women's league teams and focus more on team play and tactics. For more experienced players.
Girls Youth Training.
Thursdays, 6:00-7:30pm. Kings Heath Boys School.
Training for all girl players wanting to play for Birmingham Handball Club, and/or who want to develop their handball skills. For girls who are at secondary school, Years 7-13.
Boys Youth Training.
Thursdays, 7:30-9.00pm. Kings Heath Boys School.
Training for all boys of secondary school age (Years 7-13) who want to play for Birmingham Handball Club, and/or who want to develop their handball skills.
Junior Academy (Primary).
TRAINING DATES TBC
Training for those children in Years 5/6, who want to learn more about handball and who want to develop their handball skills and technique. Fun sessions aimed at improving basic passing, catching, and shooting skills.
Secondary Introduction to Handball and Trials
Kings Heath Boys School. 1:00-2:30pm
Training for those children at secondary school, both boys and girls, in Years 7-10, who want to learn more about handball and develop their handball skills and techniques. Suitable for beginners and those who have played before, with the aim of identifying talented players to join the Bisons youth teams.