Practices are Mondays on Wednesdays - Drop-ins Welcome!

Indoor practice sessions are on  Mondays and Wednesdays (7:30pm - 9:30pm) at the Melnea Cass Recreation Center in Roxbury until further notice.

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Beach Handball - 7 weekends and counting...

Revere, MA - August 09, 2013 - by Boston Team Handball
Beach Handball - 7 weekends and counting...

Beach handball is in full swing in Boston. Thanks to the cooperative weather, players of the Boston Team Handball club will be playing beach handball for the 8th consecutive weekend at Revere Beach, this weekend.

Beach Handball is a variation of indoor team handball that is played on sand. Unlike the indoor version, defense in beach handball is with minimal contact. On the offensive end, it can be quite spectacular. Players often attempt to earn 2 points per attack, by scoring goals 'in style' - e.g. from an alliup, or after a 360 degree rotation in the air. Needless to say, it is also a phenomenal workout with plenty of sprinting on sand.

Everyone is welcome to drop by and join in on the fun. The beach sessions usually start around 10am and last until 2pm, and the Boston Team Handball crowd is one of the most diverse and welcoming group of athletes you'll find around.

For more information, feel free to contact us, and keep an eye on the events calendar for more upcoming weekend sessions and activities.

Northeast League Gears Up forSecond Meet of Men's Division 2

Cambridge, MA - February 20, 2013 - by Boston Team Handball

This Saturday, February 23, New York City Team Handball Club (NYC THC) will be hosting the second leg of the Men's Division 2 Northeast Team Handball League (NTHL). Six teams are competing in this Division: Boston Team Handball (BTH 2), DC Ambassadors (DCA), NYC THC 2, University of Conneticut, NYC THC 3, and Army Gold.

After the first meet, NYC THC2 and DCA led the standings with 4 points each, from two wins, while NYC THC 3 and Army Gold have 2 points each. BTH 2 and UConn are yet to earn their first points this season.

Boston sweeps three wins at the 2nd Northeast League meet

New York City, NY - January 21, 2013 - by Boston Team Handball
Boston sweeps three wins at the 2nd Northeast League meet

The second meet of the Women's Northeast Team Handball League brought us to Manhattan, this Saturday, where New York City Team Handball Club hosted Boston and Ocean NJ.

The competition kicked off with the host's second team (NYC2) taking on Boston. After a slow start, the ladies from Boston took the lead and did not look back for the rest of the game. The first half of the game ended with a 9-6 lead for Boston Team Handball (BTH) with Blaki, the team's goal keeper, saving two 7-meter shots during the half. Boston maintained their lead during the second half of the game rotating through their bench players and finishing the game with a 5-goal margin (17-12).

After a short break, Boston took on Ocean NJ (ONJ), the young team from the Garden State.

NTHL Weekend: Surprising D1, Close DW and Competitive D2

West Point, MA - December 03, 2012 - by Boston Team Handball

The first weekend of the US Northeast Team Handball League (NTHL) kicked off this past weekend and had all the elements of a good handball competition: close games, competitive attitudes and surprises in results. A total of 18 games were held over the course of two days in three divisions: Men's D1, Men's D2 and Women's DW. All the DW and D1 games were played on Saturday, with some of the D2 games spilling over to Sunday.

On the women's side, New York City Team Handball Club (NYC THC) grasped a valuable victory from Boston Team Handball (BTH) in the first match-up between the two rivals, this season. The game was close and Boston lead for most of it, but NYC came back to win the game at the end of the second half 14:13. Later Boston redeemed themselves in their match against West Point Black (WPB), one of the better teams in the league, in which they won also by 1 goal - another close game.

Division 2, on the men's side, was equally as competitive and some games were as close as the women's games. While the D2 teams tend to be a little lacking on experience, they certainly make up for that with their amazing enthusiasm, commitment and determination to win.