Our Eagles Community Foundation clubs are back and players can book in for training sessions now ready for when lockdown restrictions will be relaxed to allow indoor basketball from Monday 12 April.


Ready for the return to play for all our young players, in partnership with a new Tyneside-based kit supplier Core 37, we are pleased to launch an exciting league-wide range of new kits with ground-breaking lightweight reversible jerseys paired with matching shorts, shooting shirts and off-court teamwear all available to purchase from the club shop from Monday.

For both Central Venue League games and team training, the reversible jerseys will remove the need for ‘bibs’ in games making match-ups easier to manage, stay COVID-secure and make sure all our teams can proudly wear their club colours no-matter the opposition.

Sessions for the rest of April for all our clubs can now be booked on the Nest, although there is a capacity limit on some court time slots under COVID-19 rules so please book early to avoid disappointment.


Members who had paid for bookings in November that did not take place and were cancelled due to Government restrictions are eligible for refunds to Nest credit or can make a donation of the amount to the foundation.

When users login they can select either a refund for account credit to spend on future memberships and session bookings or donate the amount which, as a registered charity, the Eagles Community Foundation can then claim an additional 25% of the total donation with Gift Aid.

We can’t wait for all our young players to get back on court over the coming weeks and see the new kits and apparel we will be putting on sale and sharing more details about on Monday.