London GD Handball Club is always looking for new members with passion for our sport. If you would like to play handball in England at all levels, under the direction of qualified coaches, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Regarding monthly-annual fees, this is something our treasurers Nikola & Miguel will discuss with you in person only, because there are several options and students get a discounted rate.
We currently use the following two venues for our training sessions:
Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, E20 3HB
Leyton Score Centre, 100 Oliver Road, E10 5JY (only when Copper Box not available)
Please click on one of the teams to view the training times and venue.
Please refer to the Men Premier Handball League training.
Please contact Josh Warburton at [email protected] for more information
Saturdays, 11:00am - 12:00pm at Haverstock School (NW3 2BQ)
For more info contact: [email protected]
Mondays: 20:00 - 21:45, Rokeby School (E16 4DD).
The last summer session at Rokeby school will be on 9th July. We will resume sessions in September. We are looking for a venue to practice in August but nothing has been confirmed yet.
If the training times and venues are outdated or you are not sure when is your next training, send us a message on our Contact us page
The Copper Box is a multi-sport venue used for the 2012 Summer Olympics, located in the Olympic Park in Hackney, London, England. Previously known as the Handball Arena, it was renamed because, aside from handball, it hosted modern pentathlon (fencing) during the Olympics and was the goalball venue for the 2012 Summer Paralympics.
The venue has been adapted into a multi-sport arena for community use, athlete training and small-to-medium scale events. It is the only permanent indoor sports arena retained in the Olympic Park. London GD Handball Club, one of the oldest Handball clubs, in the country will use the venue for its home matches.