Worcester Skittles is one of the longest sporting traditions in Worcestershire. With over 36 active teams playing in three divisions for the Worcester & District Skittles League. The increasing interest with new teams joining each year proves that this sport still pulls active players across Worcestershire
Over 450 players compete every Tuesday night between September and April. With added competitions such as the Mick Potter Trophy & The E Carterer knockout.
Western Alley Skittles is the most popular and basic version of Alley Skittles wherein Nine Pins has long been played in public houses of England. In general, players take turns to throw wooden balls down a lane at the end of which are several wooden skittles in an attempt to knock them all over.
To find out more about the sport and the history of pub skittles visit the traditional games website. To create a team and join our league please contact our league secretary using our new team registration page.