There are several good walking netball and football events in Telford. All of them welcoming to new members.
Walking sports are exactly what they sound like. The same sport but at a lower pace.
As a result they are perfect for people looking to get active again for the first time in a while.
Walking sports are an excellent way of staying fit and healthy. If you are looking to move more, lose weight or reduce your blood pressure.
Aside from the health benefits its also fun. Socialising and exercising with other people just makes you feel better and improves your mood. Lot’s of people make friends playing walking sports.
People who play walking netball and football in telford experience high levels of personal reward and satisfaction with reduced levels of stress and exertion while playing.
Walking Netball in Telford
Telford Netball Club
Telford Netball Club hold two weekly walking netball sessions in Telford.
Their sessions are perfect for those who for those slightly older, or injured players wishing to play a slower paced version of the game.
- Wednesday 8pm – 9pm @ Langley Academy, Dawley £4 per session
- Thursday 10am – 11am @ Oakengates Leisure Centre £3 per session with coffee / hot chocolate afterwards.
There are Back to Netball Sessions and Netball Now sessions for people looking for a faster pace game as well.
All sessions are all run by Telford Netball Club coaches. If you want to know more get in touch.
Walking Football in Telford
Telford Stags Walking Football Club
Every Monday the Telford Stags Walking Football Club meet at 9.45am – 11.00am at Telford United’s football ground.
The Telford Stags are looking for people over 50s to play but there are many people plaing in their 50s, 70s and 80s too.
The cost is £2 per person.
I If you want to know more get in touch.
Walking Rugby in Telford
Telford Hornets are looking to introduce walking Rugby to Telford.
Not on this list?
If you are running a walking netball or football session in Telford and Wrekin and would like to be included on this list then please contact us.
By Thomas Cox
Editor of Healthy Telford