In support of our BRITBALL WEEK podcasts, we have gotten in touch with a few people from different teams in order for us to know a bit more about the Britball community. We will have a series of written interviews over the coming week or so to ease up on the podcast overload! First up […]
Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th June – by Thomas Rowberry Week 10 of the BAFA National Leagues saw some of the more surprising results of the season, as well as eight shutouts. Saturday’s action saw the Manchester Titans go into Tamworth and walk away with a shock 21-0 against the Phoenix. You can check out […]
Ben Nuttall (@bnuttall11) joins us to talk about what it’s like being a player for a Britball team.
Everything from Flag to coaching, Ben tells us all about the main differences in this country between Flag football and full contact.
In the news, Jalen Ramsey had some kind words to say about the QBs in the league and we let you know about what’s coming up on the Full10Yards over the next couple of weeks.
Tomorrow sees our final stops on the Britball tour of the UK, hope you can join us!
The next stop on our tour of Britball sees Coach Davies of the U19 East Kilbride Pirates Team joining us to talk about Britball north of the border.
Very passionate about the youth game and about increasing participation at a youth level, Coach Davies discusses what’s like being in the middle of the chain.
How does the U19 team integrate with the adult setup and how do they get people involved? He also talks us through the weekly preparations ahead of their huge game a few days ago vs Manchester Titans U19s in the playoffs.
Next stop, we go behind the scenes with Roger Goodgroves!
Manchester Titans QB Sam Bloomfield (@bloomers21) joins us to talk about his journey in American Football. How he went from defence to the centre of attention. Why the East Kilbride Pirates will be a force to be reckoned with in years to come and how the grassroots level has changed over the past decade or […]
Thought I would write this as it’s still fresh in the memory. Travelled down the m8 for 45 minutes, went past Hampden Park, the home of Scottish Football (busy for the Ed Sheeran Concert which is on apparently tonight, ironic) and just south of Glasgow to a place called Merrylee, the home of the East […]