Flyball is fun and allows the dogs (and handlers) to exercise both their brain and body. We want all dogs to get as much enjoyment out of flyball as they can whether in training or in competition.
We aim to provide a friendly atmosphere in which both dogs and handlers can reach their full potential. The social aspect of our club is as important to the dogs as the owners.
Flyball is a team sport, essentially a relay race for dogs. We enter tournaments which allow us to see how our dogs are progressing against other teams – but like the Olympics it’s not the winning it’s the taking part that counts!  Dogs of all shapes and sizes can join in training and racing.
If you want to have fun with your dog and others, and your dog enjoys playing fetch or is ball mad, then we could be the team for you.
We train most Saturday mornings at the Richardson Evans Memorial Playing Fields that are located on the A3 opposite Richmond Park at the Robin Hood roundabout with the A308. Further details are provided on the Find Us page.
The club started on Wimbledon Common but now has members from across South West London and Surrey. Our training ground is conveniently located for those with easy access to the A3 (e.g. Kingston, Richmond, Merton, Wimbledon, Putney, Barnes, Clapham and Twickenham).
We are British Flyball Association and Kennel Club registered.