We want your views on competition. We know that competition is important to our members and players: findings from our members survey show players are motivated by winning, being with friends, and feeling like they are improving.

The survey results will be used as part of our review to consider areas for improvement, making sure competitions we provide are the best they can be. We want to hear from you if you are involved in boccia; whether competing regularly or yet to take part in your first competition, if you are a coach, official, parent, carer, or another key stakeholder.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

As a thank you for completing the survey, and if you enter the prize draw, you will have the chance to win one of three Handilife ball sets!

Please be assured that your data will only be used for the purposes of this survey and will not be shared with a third party.

If you require any support or have any questions please email competition@bocciaengland.org.uk 

Thank you or taking the time to complete our survey and helping us to improve the competitions we offer.

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* 1. How long have you been involved in boccia?

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* 2. On average throughout the year, how often do you attend boccia competitions? This includes Boccia England competitions as well as club-based competitions.

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* 3. What does competition mean to you? (Even if you do not attend any competitions please provide your thoughts)

  Extremely important Very important Moderately important Slightly important Not important
Personal progression
A social occasion
Excitement
Enjoyment
Being part of a team

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* 4. What county do you currently live in? (Please select)

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* 5. As a player or a non-player you'll be asked some different questions from this point onwards. However, we recognise people have multiple roles so please don't let this stop you from sharing all the views you have. 


Are you completing this survey as a: (select one only, based on your current primary role)

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