Iroquois Basketball Club

Iroquois Basketball Club

To play the game is great, to win the game is greater, to love the game is greatest of all.

Iroquois Basketball Club

Founded in 1952 by Basketball England Life Vice President Harry Keats, Iroquois Basketball Club is one of the oldest basket ball clubs in the Country. 

Iroquois is a community orientated club, based at the Sanderson Centre at Gravesend Grammar School.  It runs a junior development programme for players of all abilities, aged 10 and upwards, as well as a Senior Men's team. 

The Club takes an holistic approach to player development, also supporting players to become coaches, referees and table officials so that they can support younger members of the club, whilst developing self-confidence and leadership skills. 

The Club has attained Sport England Clubmark accreditation, a national standard for sports clubs with junior sections to demonstrate they meet required standards in child protection, risk management and health & safety. 

Iroquois has won trophies within Kent at all age groups and members of the club have represented their county, South East England and their country at junior level, as well as going on to play in basketball’s National League, officiate nationally and internationally, and even officiate at the London Olympics/Paralympics. 

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