Stoolball is a team sport originating in Sussex from the 15th Century. Two teams compete to score the most runs around two wickets about 14 metres apart.
Stoolball England is the national governing body for stoolball. Its vision is for stoolball to be played to a high standard with a consistent interpretation of the rules and expanding its reach to other areas of the country www.stoolball.org.uk
Local Sport Contact:
Primary School Sport Offers:
Stoolball England offer CPD sessions for primary school staff, either inset day training or twilight sessions after school. They also have lesson plans and offer coaching, scoring & umpiring courses. They can source equipment for interested schools to use including primary school appropriate bats; they’re smaller, lighter and cheaper than league bats.
In addition there are portable wickets available for indoor and outdoor use. If bought through Stoolball England or Bishops Sports & Leisure they will have a no-ball line on the post and will be height adjustable for different age groups. https://www.stoolball.org.uk/play/equipment/buy/