Teams and Leagues
If you run a team or league, email us with the details of where you play, and we will advertise these on find rounders in your area. It will publicise your hard work and is a useful resource for players, new or coming back to the game, who are looking to pick up a bat and start playing Rounders.
Rounders England always work on the guidance and recommendations provided by Sports Coach UK and their research around Long Term Participant Development. Their most recent advice recommends that juniors from the age of 13 years can play alongside adults.
Looking for a coach or umpire to support your forthcoming Rounders event?
Elite and Player Pathways
For those who play, coach, umpire or want to get to an elite level, you can find out a little more here.
Our plans for 2018 and 2019 are to design and pilot events which focus on players feeling stronger towards Rounders and playing more often.
Policies & Procedure
Safeguarding, equality, codes of conduct and many more policies to support a robust Rounders team.
Event Risk Assessment | FREE
This is a generic Event Risk Assessment which identifies the common hazards and control measures associated with this type of event.
Setting up a team from scratch | FREE
This is a checklist to give you step-by-step guidance on how to set up your own Rounders team from scratch.
Photography & Filming Consent Form | FREE
This Photography & Filming Consent Form can be used by Rounders teams to gain consent to take images that will be used to market and advertise their opportunities. Applicable for children, young p...
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