Boccia (pronounced “Botcha”) is an action packed, inclusive and sociable game. It can be played by people of all ages and abilities, either competitively or just for fun.
Boccia is hugely enjoyable and easy to learn. The idea of the game is to throw balls closest to the ‘jack’, the white ball, to win. Boccia is a game of both skill and strategy.
Boccia can be played by people with any disability. It is ideal for people in wheelchairs or with limited balance and coordination, as the main rule of the game is that players must remain seated throughout. Players with learning disabilities are able to enjoy the sport due to its easy to follow rules.
For more information about Boccia please visit www.Bocciaengland.org.uk
To find your local Boccia club try our Club Finder here.
Boccia England are the National Governing Body for Boccia. They work to support Boccia development across England. Boccia England are able to support clubs, players, coaches and volunteers in all aspects of the sport including training courses, equipment advice and safeguarding support.
Contact Boccia England on 0115 967 8455 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For support to set up a Boccia club please contact: –
Tel: 0115 967 8455