Our Clubs

Meet the clubs that make up Basketball Grampian. Many of our clubs have male and female teams for many different ages. Whether you are an experienced player or just starting out, there is a Basketball Grampian club for you.

To learn more about joining, you can message our clubs directly with the contact information provided. GAME ON!

Panthers Basketball Club

Aberdeenshire

Panthers Basketball Club

Aberdeenshire

Panthers are a South Aberdeenshire basketball club with both male and female teams at under 8s, 10s, 12s, 14s, 16s, 18s and senior levels. Everyone is welcome no matter what your
experience, we have a team for you.

Aberdeenshire - Portlethen Academy/Stonehaven Leisure Centre/Lochside Academy

Aberdeen Masters

Aberdeen

Aberdeen Masters

Aberdeen

Aberdeen Masters was originally set up for over 40s men's basketball. However, we welcome younger players. We compete in the annual GB masters (over 40s) tournament in June. The current venue is Manchester. We also compete in the Grampian league division 2.

We train on a Thursday night at Dyce Academy 8-9.30pm.

Aberdeen University

Aberdeen

Aberdeen University

Aberdeen

Banchory

Aberdeenshire

Banchory

Aberdeenshire

Banchory, Aberdeenshire

Fraserburgh Storm

Aberdeenshire

Fraserburgh Storm

Aberdeenshire

Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire

RGU

Aberdeen

RGU

Aberdeen

LT V Team

Aberdeen

LT V Team

Aberdeen

Grampian Flyers

Aberdeen

Grampian Flyers

Aberdeen

Training Times

Under 10s-  Tuesday 18:30-20:00
Under 12s-  Tuesday 18:30-20:00
Under 14s-  Tuesday 18:30-20:00 / Thursday 18:30-20:00
Under 16s (B)-  Tuesday 18:30-20:00 / Thursday 18:30-20:00
Under 16s (A)-  Tuesday 20:00-21:30 / Thursday 20:00-21:30
Under 18s-  Tuesday 20:00-21:30 / Thursday 20:00-21:30

Contact

John Stratton (Club Chairman)

chair@flyersbasketball.co.uk

admin@flyersbasketball.co.uk

International School Aberdeen, North Deeside Rd, Aberdeen, AB15 9PN

BC Lituanica

Aberdeen

BC Lituanica

Aberdeen

BC Lituanica Senior Men’s basketball club established in 2013 by Lithuanian minority in Aberdeen. Lithuania is a basketball country and we call it our second religion. We are happy to represent our country through basketball. Our club is supported by the North East Lithuanian society.

15/16 Grampian Div 1 Champion
15/16 Grampian Cup Winner
16/17 Grampian Div 1 Champion
16/17 Grampian Cup Winner
16/17 Scottish Chairman cup Winner

East Warriors

Aberdeen

East Warriors

Aberdeen

The East Warriors Club was created in 2013 by a group of people from Poland, whose the basketball was always the part of the live. The team was announced for the Grampian League Division 2, after 2 seasons the team was promoted to Division 1 in which they play their matches successfully to this day.
The team at the beginning of the activity was supported by the company local company Hutcheon Services who bought the team's match jerseys.

07724608443
Aberdeen Beach Leisure Centre

Granite City Grizzlies

Aberdeen

Granite City Grizzlies

Aberdeen

The Granite City Grizzlies is an Aberdeen basketball club that is based at the Beach Leisure Centre. The club is one of the most competitive teams in the North East, competing in the Grampian League and Cup, and Chairmans Cup. The club was established in 2009 with a senior men's team, followed by a senior women’s team being introduced in 2011.
The senior women's team have gone on to win the Grampian league and cup for the past 6 years, and have also reached the final of the Chairman’s Cup 3 times.
New players are always welcome.

Aberdeen Beach Leisure Centre

Beacon Basketball Club

Bucksburn

Beacon Basketball Club

Bucksburn

Club formed 1970. Offers basketball to all from pre-school 3 years to masters (no upper age). Over the years the club has won every local competition both men and woman's league and cup as well as all age groups boys and girls. The club has also played national league at senior men and women, also junior and cadet boys and girls. The men have reached the final of national cup competition with the women reaching national finals 6 times. The under 15 girls won the Scottish junior schools cup some years ago. The junior branch of the club currently has 64 young athletes active.
Senior Men train at the Beacon Centre on Tuesday evenings from 19.00 - 21.00. There are two men's teams: The Jazz who play in Division 1 and the Tigerz who play in division 2.
There are currently 28 registered players between the two teams.

Senior Men Contact:
Leon Jaskolski- leonjaskolski@gmail.com
Allan Carmichael- stig20@hotmail.com

All Other Age Groups:
Graeme Lawrence- glawrence@aberdeencity.gov.uk

The Beacon Centre, Kepplehills Road, Aberdeen, AB21 9DG

Police Ladies

Bridge of Don

Police Ladies

Bridge of Don

First formed as Grampian Police Ladies Basketball club over 25 years ago. Open to all over 16 females.

Bridge of Don Academy, Braehead Way, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen

Granite City Flames

Aberdeen

Granite City Flames

Aberdeen

Granite City Flames Basketball Club was created with the intention to provide more opportunities and quality sporting events for the community, and to focus on getting more youth players involved with this exceptional sport.
We are committed to the development of future athletes by using basketball as a tool to improve health and fitness and develop life skills and values. The most important part we want to provide for our kids is fun!​

U8s/U10s MIXED
Mondays and Tuesdays 4pm - 5pm @ Jesmond Centre
competitions: Regional development league


U13 boys and Girls
Mondays and Tuesdays 5pm - 6pm @ Jesmond Centre
competitions: Regional development league


U14/u16 Boys
Wednesdays 7pm - 8.30pm @ Jesmond Sports Centre
Thursdays 8pm - 9.30pm @ Jesmond Sports Centre
competitions: Regional development league and North east of Scotland league


Senior Ladies
Wednesday 8.30pm - 10pm @Jesmond Sports Centre
competitions: Grampian basketball league

Aberdeen Titans

Aberdeen

Aberdeen Titans

Aberdeen

Inspired by the Greek Mythology, the Aberdeen Titans is a Men's team that has a Greek core but embraces diversity! Our team's aspiration is to become a point of reference for the Greek community in Aberdeen, while keeping its international character and playing good team basketball.

Currently the team competes at Grampian League Div 1.

Alford

Aberdeenshire

Alford

Aberdeenshire

Alford, Aberdeenshire