UCLan's women's basketball club delivers professional and high-level basketball training. You'll be encourage to achieve your academic and athletic personal goals. You will also get the chance to gain experience at both amateur and professional basketball clubs.
Danny Byrne joins the team with a wealth of experience in basketball performance sport. Alongside his role at UCLan, he's the assistant coach to the Cheshire Phoenix. This is a professional basketball team based in Ellesmere Port, playing in the British Basketball League (BBL).
We offer a tailored training plan for each individual player. It focuses on technical skill development and player IQ (team and individual). Alongside this, you'll get group training sessions and regular video analysis (both individual and team). This is a complete package to help support and attract committed basketball players.
Since we started training, we’ve seen massive changes. It’s nice to see everyone coming together and becoming a team.
Where and when you'll train
All basketball training and matches take place at the Sir Tom Finney Sports Centre. Our multi-million pound, state-of-the-art, purpose built indoor facility is located at our Preston Campus. STFSC offers a range of activities from UCLan Students' Union sports clubs to instructor led classes and individual gym areas.
|8.00 - 10.00pm
|Team or individual training
|6.00 - 8.00pm
|Team training or BUCS fixtures
|S and C and individual training
|8.00 - 10.00pm
|12 noon - 2.00pm
Technical or team training
Dates and times may be subject to change,
Additional training support will be provided with dates and times identified by the coach.
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