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London is home to many excellent sports facilities. Basketball is becoming increasingly popular due to its aerobic benefits and competitive nature. It can also be played casually if you just enjoy shooting hoops with friends. Here at MyLocalPitch we are highlighting the best basketball courts across the capital!
One of the most popular venues to play basketball in London is Finsbury Leisure Centre. Being based in Central London this facility boasts excellent transport links therefore making it easily accessible for all players to reach the venue.
Based in South London, just walking distance from Brixton Station, Marcus Lipton is a basketball court with exceptional quality. The indoor facility allows for Basketball to be played throughout the year. It offers players the opportunity to book the basketball court on not only a one-off, but also block booking basis.
This is a great venue for all those looking to play basketball in North London. The sports hall has the unique ability to be divided into several smaller courts, so different formats of basketball can be played. Haverstock School is situated near Chalk Farm station, therefore the short walk offers the opportunity for a gentle warm down after your booking.
The basketball courts at Chelsea Academy are of extremely high quality and they can also be booked at a very excellent price throughout the year. The west London-based facility offers a perfect basketball court to those who looking to play casually, or alternatively if you’re part of a club or team, a great space to host competitive matches.
The All-Star sports hall at Bridge Academy can facilitate a casual basketball game with friends, a training session and even a competitive match. In addition, the venue has changing facilities to use when you book. These are well maintained and suitable for teams or individuals.
Like the look of any of these basketball courts? Fancy a slam dunk? Then we certainly have the venue for you! Be sure to book your court through MyLocalPitch!
BY - Ben Menham
16 March 2018