Welcome to the Hardwood

Swindon Shock Basketball Club are the proud host of National, Mens Central Venue, Womens Division 1 WEBBA, Juniors, Under 19 and Wheelchair Basketball. Come be a part of the Shock Family!

Womens, Juniors & under 18 Coaches 2015-2016

Shock Ladies Head Coach: Stu Coffey Assistant Coach: Dave Smedley Shock Juniors Head Coach: Charlie North Assistant coach: Matt North Shock U18s Head Coach: Lee Hobbis

Sponsors & Supporters

With Basketball being a young and growing sport in the UK, we are happy to have your support for our 2014-2015 season. Swindon Shock thanks Moovahome, Dial My Dessert, Swindon Sports Forum, & Midcounties Co-operative for your support in furthering developing Basketball in Swindon.

National Central Venue & Wheelchair Coaches 2015-2016

Men NBDL South West Head Coach: David Colclough Assistant coaches: Lee Hobbis, Matt North Men CVL team Head Coach: Alex James Assistant Coach: Matt Broom Shock Wheelchair Coaches: Kevin Ogborne; Lewis Bird; Ben Fox; Ben Humphrey


Shock Wheelchair Season Review & Awards Night

Shock celebrated another season at their annual Awards night. The squad were in good form as we reminisced on finishing second on National League Div 2 and taking the Gold at National

Shock Wheelchair Win Gold at National Championship Finals

By finishing as runners up in National League Div 2 (South), Swindon Shock had the honour on playing at the National Championship Finals at Worcester Arena. It was a BIG day for

Summer training and Summer League

Swindon Shock is currently training Sundays from 10am to 12pm at Youth First Youth Center in Walcot for ages 14 and above (SN33JR) near Joly Rodgers and Swindon Rugby Club, and training

Clean sheet

Swindon Shock keeps home record clean for 2015.  Although the season has been up and down, Swindon Shock kept a clean sheet on Saturday defeating Birmingham City 60-59 remaining undefeated at home. 

Off and Running

Swindon Shock rebound   Its been an up and down start to the season for Swindon Shock with a few disappointment.  Swindon Shock opened up their season versus Bristol Flyers II, but