That means NBL, WNBL, Jnr. NBL, BUCS and local league participants can now head online and sort their membership and licences for the new campaign, including players, coaches, officials.
Individuals requiring multiple licences for combined roles will still only pay for the most expensive. As with the previous season, this will be calculated at the point of purchase by the portal.
New Basketball England Terms and Conditions have now come into force, with anyone signing up for the upcoming season needing to agree to them before completing the licencing process.
The Basketball England Data Protection Policy and Privacy Notice have also been amended, and all three documents can be viewed by clicking the buttons below.
To provide support to members during the coming weeks, there are a number of services available
Tomorrow night, Tuesday 2 August 2022, we’ll be running a webinar, 6-7pm, for club admins to refresh their knowledge of the portal and upskill new admins so they’re aware of what is required for the new season.
Throughout the month of August, members will also be able to sign up to 10-minute time-slots for one-to-one assistance, with flexibility on dates, time windows and methods of meeting (Phone call, Teams call or Zoom call) to suit each member.
One of our team can then offer bespoke help and advice for players, coaches, officials and more to sign up and get ready for the season ahead. To book your slot or access the webinar, please use the buttons below.