Welcome to the brand new sport Stingball®
Stingball® - The new fast and furious ball game for adrenalin-charged players that crave more from a sport.
A traditional dare-devil ball game played at a school in the seventies has been revamped, recharged, reinvented and recreated to deliver the UK’s quickest way to play ball. Take the sting, take the ball, take the game and win – you have the skills to be the Stingball® champion. From the age of six years old, we intend to support young people and adults to find their own way to an active lifestyle, whilst empowering them to make healthier, more positive lifestyle choices through Stingball®
We currently have two leagues you can join
CHOOSE A LEAGUE AND REGISTER YOUR TEAM BELOW
Not got a team? Why not come along to one of our Stingball® Social events?
Ready to find out more?
If you're just into fitness or want to try a new fun sport, try one of our Stingball® Socials, this is a great way to try out the sport and make new friends. Stingball® Socials are open to all adults any age any gender. Fun, fitness and making friends is what these socials are about.. so come along and join in.
The WSA® would like to thank our sponsors and media partners
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How to play Stingball®
Stingball® being played
Questions about getting started? Drop us a line to find out more!
Whether it's a question about the sport or you wish to get involved as a coach, we are happy to talk to you.
Team player kits
World Stingball® Association
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