After a turbulent year for all of us we have now come to the end of the handball season. I am so happy that throughout COVID we have managed to run some indoor and outdoor handball sessions for our players, as well as ZOOM sessions while in lockdown. I know
JUNIORS: Indoor handball training resumes from Monday 19th April at Farringdonand Wednesday 21st April at Benfield for our minis and junior players. SENIORS: Outdoor handball training from 6.30-7.30PM resumes from Monday 19thApril at City Stadium in Newcastle for our senior players. You can find our Welcome Packs and Rules and
Newcastle Vikings Handball Club is delighted to announce it has bagged £1,000 from Tesco’s Bags of Help community grant scheme. Bags of Help is run in partnership with community focused environmental charity Groundwork, who have awarded grants to thousands of local community projects every year. Since launching in 2015, Bags of Help has
Due to the governments announcements on December 30th about the North East moving into Tier 4, all indoor handball activities have to be cancelled for the foreseeable future. As you all know this is out of our hands and we all have to do our best to help save lives.
Unfortunately, as Newcastle and the North East have been placed in a Tier 2 High risk Covid-19 area, Sport England and the England Handball Association have advised that senior handball is now NOT ALLOWED in indoor facilities. This means we now have to cancel all of our indoor senior training
Indoor handball training resumes for the 2020-21 season next week, with our junior session at Temple Park on Monday 7 September and then our junior and mini-Vikings and seniors sessions at Benfield on Wednesday 9 September. You can find our new season Welcome Packs and Rules and Regulations on our