Nottingham Wildcats History

Established in 1976, Nottingham Wildcats is Britains leading Woman’s basketball club providing basketball for all levels. The club runs several sides starting with Mini-Ballers, Juniors and senior woman’s basketball.

Mini-Ballers introduces boys and girls to basketball from 6 years old through to 14 years old, training session’s are held Saturday mornings with mini games throughout the year.

Under 16’s compete in the national league offering the chance for young woman and girls to play at national level.

The senior woman’s side run an elite side along with a second team and are the clubs flagship side; they compete in Women’s Basketball League (WBBL) and are Betty Codon Classic champions, back to back league champions whilst competing in the WBBL playoff finals two years running.

The Wildcats started life at Dayncourt School in Radcliffe-in-Trent and then finding a home at Portland Leisure Centre. In October 2001, a new home was found when the Wildcats Arena was opened.

This development allowed the club to provide much needed court time to all levels of basketball and develop talent leading it in becoming an elite women’s basketball club.

The club welcomes players of all ages and abilities, whether you are looking to improve as a player or looking for a fun activity.