Headingley Tchoukball Club

Type of club:
NGB Club
Peter King
Anna Sutcliffe
Alistair MacDonald
Club Reps:
Pete King, Anna Sutcliffe
Head Coach:
Pete King, Lisa McCormick
Safeguarding Officer:
Elliot Holder

The 'Outlaws' Name

From Viking times, Headingley was the centre of the wapentake of Skyrake. The name Skyrake, may refer to an oak tree that was used as a meeting place for settling legal disputes, raising armies and disciplining those who didn’t abide by the law (Outlaws). Sadly, after centuries, the famous oak tree collapsed in 1941. In 2013 due to the ongoing demand and rise of Tchoukball within the Leeds area, Headingley ‘Outlaws’ Tchoukball club was born, deriving their name from this historical meeting point in their local village. This historical meeting point in Headingley also fittingly encapsulates the words 'together and inclusiveness' as it often bought civilians from neighbouring villages together, which perfectly fits the club’s ethos and the Tchoukball charter.

Club Constitution

Headingley Outlaws are known as a community interest club (CIC) which operates on a non for profit basis. The aims and objectives of the club will be: - To offer coaching and competitive opportunities in Tchoukball locally - To promote the sport of Tchoukball and encourage youth and adult development in the Headingley and Leeds area - To ensure a duty of care to all members of the club through safeguarding - To ensure that all present and future members receive fair and equal treatment Should you wish to try Tchoukball, all abilities and experience is welcome! Please contact us on the links below!

Contact details


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Training details



Forum Leisure Centre
Quarry House
Quarry Hill Road

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