Boccia

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Boccia is an attack and defend game, with two sides competing over a set number of ends. The aim is to score as many points as possible by placing their set of coloured balls closest to the white jack ball.

All ages and impairments can take part. It is one of the few sports where men play against women at the top level, and also perfect for people with high support needs, who can play with a ramp, a ramp assistant and even a very nifty head pointer.

Boccia was originally designed for people with Cerebral Palsy but is now played by people with a wide range of disabilities.

What equipment will I need?

Most equipment will be provided by the club. Trainers and comfortable clothing are recommended. You will need access to a full set of Boccia balls and a ramp if needed.

Where can I take part

Boccia and CP Sport

CP Sport have included Boccia within Multi Sports events in the past and actively promote a range of opportunities for people with cerebral palsy to play Boccia.

Boy in swimming pool
Boy in swimming pool

Boccia and CP Sport

CP Sport have included Boccia within Multi Sports events in the past and actively promote a range of opportunities for people with cerebral palsy to play Boccia.

Further information

For event information

For performance pathway information

For information on classifications for Boccia

For information on Boccia UK

For information on International Developments of Boccia

For information on International Boccia

Partnership work with CP Sport

Boccia England became independent from CP Sport and was formed in 2011. CP Sport currently work in partnership with Boccia England on a range of projects and promote clubs.

Further information

For event information

For performance pathway information

For information on classifications for Boccia

For information on Boccia UK

For information on International Developments of Boccia

For information on International Boccia

Partnership work with CP Sport

Boccia England became independent from CP Sport and was formed in 2011. CP Sport currently work in partnership with Boccia England on a range of projects and promote clubs.

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