The UEL wheelchair basketball club was created in 2014 and has grown from strength to strength, winning the National Championship in 2017. The club is a diverse club who welcome all to join the club, regardless of gender, age and can support both disabled and non-disabled students.

    The wheelchair basketball club has a range of abilities and prides themselves on being open for all. Despite this they are a competitive club who compete yearly in the National Championships against other universities, all aiming to be the best in the country. Whether you want to make new friends, learn a new skill or compete at the highest level, the wheelchair basketball club has something for you.

    The club trains every Friday at SportsDock from 4.00-6.00pm.

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    Wheelchair basketball player about to pass the ball.

    UEL has supported me as a student and an athlete. The flexible elite athlete study policy allows me, as a sports scholar, to compete and train at the highest level whilst ensuring I have the flexibility to earn a degree.

    Adam Gemili,

    Elite scholar

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