Team and League Sports in the Isle of ManThe Island’s extensive array of team and league sports spans all genres and are available for both children and adults.
The fun and exciting sport of basketball offers fun and fitness for all ages and abilities. With Junior and Senior Leagues, the IOMBBA offers something for everyone.
The FA run 3 Leagues, 3 Representative teams and 11 Cup competitions. Their goal is to grow participation, promote diversity and regulate the game for everyone to enjoy. Over 4,000 players of all ages and their many volunteers help the Isle of Man FA keep the grassroots game going.
Established in Onchan in 1977, new players are always welcome regardless of experience and ability. The informal nature of their meetings makes it ideal for the novice bowler to learn the ropes.
Manx Flyball Teams are a group of people who get together to play sport with their dogs. Flyball really is a sport for all shapes and sizes of dogs.
The Manx Hockey Association currently consists of 7 clubs. Training is available to all ages.
The Association, founded in 1984 aims to provide the opportunity to play netball in a safe and friendly environment. There are many clubs within the association to enjoy a game against.
Looking for a fun and energetic sport for you and your dog? Western Flyball might be the team for you. They currently have a range of dogs on team, inclusive of all breeds and are located in St. John’s.