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About Stoolball England

Stoolball England is the Sport England-recognised governing body of stoolball in England.

Contact us

Contact Stoolball England by email or social media.

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Who are Stoolball England?

Meet the team. Most of us are volunteers, and all of us are sports professionals, stoolball players or umpires.

Our strategy for stoolball in England 2017-2019

We want to see stoolball played to a high standard with a consistent interpretation of the rules, increasing in strength in south-east England and expanding its reach to other regions of the country.

Volunteer in stoolball

Stoolball is a sport run by volunteers, and whether it's making the tea once a year at your local tournament, or working as a trained stoolball coach in local schools, there's an opportunity for you to get involved.

The Stoolball England brand

Download our logo and find out how to use it correctly, along with our standards for colours, typography and house style.

Use our data

We're happy for you to use data we publish on this website to promote and develop stoolball. That's why we make it available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Who we work with

We work with a wide range of organisations to develop the sport of stoolball. If you'd like to help us support and develop stoolball, please contact us.

Policies and procedures

Read our policies on subjects such as safeguarding, recruitment and discipline.

Constitution of Stoolball England

Stoolball England is the not-for-profit governing body of stoolball in England. The current version of the Stoolball England constitution was adopted on 30 November 2018.

History of Stoolball England

Stoolball England was formed as the National Stoolball Association on 3 October 1979. 23 people, representing 9 different leagues and associations, attended the inaugural meeting at Clair Hall, Haywards Heath, West Sussex.