Why join Norwood League?

Basketball is a Olympic sport that is enjoying growth in participation levels due to it’s capacity to include people of different ages, skills, genders, cultures and backgrounds. People of all height and athletic ability can and are encouraged to play a fast, fun and dynamic sport.

Norwood League is the biggest basketball provider within the north eastern suburbs, and we have the experience and capability to provide development pathways for players, coaches and referees.

Is your child wanting to participate in basketball? Registrations are now open for players who wish to learn in targeted training sessions, join a team or both.

We also welcome already established social teams and schools to enter their teams in our competitions.

Please read below for the option that is right for you.

Training options

Norwood Hoops

Training program for boy and girl beginners to the sport aged between 5 and 9 years old delivered by a Norwood district coach. Sessions are run for an hour each Saturday morning 9am at the ARC, Campbelltown. Ideal for beginners who want to learn the skills of the sport or young players already in teams who wish to increase their skill level. Register at this link by selecting the Norwood Hoops option.

Pink Ball

A girls only training session, for girls aged 5 to 9 years old. Sessions are run for an hour each Saturday morning 9am at the ARC, Campbelltown. Ideal for beginners who want to learn the skills of the sport or young players already in teams who wish to increase their skill level. Register at this link by selecting the Pink Ball option.

Development Squad

Development Squad is a small group training session for multiple age groups and both genders designed to help you improve on your basics and gain a greater understanding for the game. Delivered by Norwood district coaches, it is a great way to learn new skills, improve your old ones and gain valuable information from our coaching staff. Sessions are run on both Friday evenings and Saturday mornings at The ARC, Campbelltown. Register at this link by selecting the Development Squad option that suits you.

Playing options – Children and Teenagers

Norwood League – Saturdays

Norwood’s first domestic program. Played across age groups from under 8 upwards at Golden Grove, Turramurra and Burragah Recreation Centres, Norwood League is a great way to be introduced to playing the great game of basketball while making new friends. Players are assigned to one of five clubs (Storm, Titans, Hornets, Bears and Wildcats) with games starting Saturday mornings in the younger age groups and extending into the afternoon. District coaches are available to help support coaches new to the sport. Team registration for the season costs $9, individual registration is $6.50 or $7.50 game fee is $50 per team per game and playing singlets are available for a once off cost of $40 each. Players can register to play here and teams can register at the following link.

After School Basketball

Catering to children in year 2 to year 7, our after school ball caters to school teams, with games played in the recently built ARC, Campbelltown facility. Team registration for the season is $80, game fee is $7.00 per player. Teams can be registered at the following link.

Playing options – Adults

Norwood League Social – Tuesday and Thursday

Norwood Basketball Club are proud to announce a partnership with Ball Above All to deliver senior social competitions on Tuesday and Thursday nights at the ARC.

Ball Above All has over ten years experience organizing basketball leagues and tournaments for players of all ages and backgrounds. It provides a friendly but competitive multicultural atmosphere to all participants and strives to be one of the best in its field.

This partnership will see Ball Above All run the senior male social competitions on Tuesday and Thursday nights at the ARC with the new season starting on Tuesday the 18th of April 2017.

Team registration for the season costs $50 and  the cost per game is $60 per team. Click here to register.

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View from the stands of the ARC's show court.View from the stands of the ARC's show court.
District coach Travis ChardDistrict coach Travis Chard
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