Whether you’re looking for local players, a chance to get competing, or training opportunities, we will keep you up to date with all things Roundnet in the UK.
Or want to make one?
We’re working with the Roundnet Community through roundnet in university and their club’s teams to help build their squads and support their plans to involve new players. We aim to help by advertising for teams, sharing events and supporting the work these guys are doing. Get in touch with us below or click here join the GBRN Uni page on facebook.
Starts April 3rd
- You can meet as a six, and you’re allowed back to study! So why not start some competition too!
- Play as individuals or represent your University through the GB members Leader board.
- You can log 3 games a week with Great Britain Roundnet (GBRN if you didn’t already know). Check out their website for more information.
- Meet as a group of 4, swap partners and log your 3 games. Check out Instagram for more on the format of play.
July 3rd in Regents Park, London
- The next stop in our line-up of events is for both Men & Women to compete.
- This event includes a King of the court and seperate queen of the court rumble, where players sign up as individuals to compete with multiple different partners.
- After we have crowned both a King and Queen, we will then embark on a coed tag-team championship for the afternoon.
Dates/Location – Head over to GBRN to find out more
- Great Britain roundnet will be hosting tournaments to help find the next GB team, ready to train and compete internationally!
- All players are of course welcome to come play, and you’ll get the added bonus of getting to see the top players battle it out.
- Women’s and men’s teams, as well as co-ed teams will be selected for the official GB squad!
Our aim is to help the Roundnet Community in the UK build a team from the ground up, by increasing participation, Hosting tournaments and helping players start their own Roundnet clubs.
This community is growing everyday, there are more tournaments every year and players are coming forward to represent their country.
- Building a team from the ground up
- Hosting tournaments
- Helping players start their own Roundnet clubs
- Advertising tournaments
- Building a Roundnet community