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London Titans

Wheelchair Basketball Club in London

  • Parking
    • Parking
  • Mainstream/Special
    • Special
  • Type of Activity
    • Sport
Aspire Leisure Centre
Wood Lane
Greater London
    • Age
      • Primary School
      • Secondary School
      • 16+
    • Accessibility
      • Changing Places Toilets
      • Wheelchair Access
    • Disability
      • ADHD
      • Autism
      • Down Syndrome
      • Learning Difficulties
      • Mobility Impairments
    • Free Entry for Carer
      • Not Applicable
    • Sports
      • Basketball

    London Titans Wheelchair Basketball Club is 30 years old, we are the largest and most successful Southern England club. Running 6 teams across 3 London venues, in the boroughs of Waltham Forest, Ealing and our home venue Harrow. Our members are 7 - 50 years old and we currently field teams in every division of the National League from Premier to Third, Women’s and Junior League. London Titans provides 10 hours of coached training sessions per week from our Grade 2 coaches within the club including Paralympian's who are able to provide the highest standard of coaching to people of all abilities. We have produced over 50 GB players and over 250 players to date. Current GB stars such as Helen Freeman, Gaz Choudary and Simon Brown all began their careers with us, working their way up through the divisions from the development teams. We currently have some promising junior players who have just started their first season in the National League at the age of 14.  

    Sport or at least access to sport is something most of us take for granted, for disabled people it is not nearly so accessible, but at London Titans, we believe in the power of sport and its ability to transform life’s, we call this #TitanPride. Providing an environment where people socialise, gain confidence and all the health benefits you would expect from this fast-paced and physically demanding sport. Our pride impacts every aspect of our team’s lives, their family and friends. London Titans also features a number of wheelchair’s leading names such as Paralympian Jude Hamer, Matt Sealy and Ade Adepitan MBE, who has inspired thousands of disabled and non-disabled young people through his achievements on and off court as a successful TV personality, author and charity ambassador.