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The Juniors International Team Games is an annual event for the Juniors age group and is open to sections throughout the world.

Teams of 6 Juniors compete in 6 team games which require minimal equipment and preparation, all on a date and at a location convenient to you.

Take part in the Juniors International Team Games

The Juniors International Team Games is currently closed for entries. Details of the next competition will be made available on this page in due course.

If you have any questions please email programme@boys-brigade.org.uk

Rules

  1. Each game must be witnessed by a judge who is NOT a member of your Company. The activity should be supervised by a registered leader.
  2. Games may be practiced beforehand.
  3. Results can only be accepted from one attempt of each game. The judge must be told beforehand which attempt will be the ‘entry’ one. After this the game should not be re-attempted.
  4. A team is made up of six Junior / No. 1 members. The six may be changed for different games.
  5. During the games all 6 team members must take part in the activity, having a similar amount of participation during each activity. No one player(s) can be allowed to dominate a game to try and increase the scores of the team.
  6. Multiple entries from Companies are permitted. Where multiple entries are submitted, teams should be marked A, B or C etc. (e.g. 1st Anytown B).

Results

176 teams from across the BB world took part in the 2021-2022 Juniors International Team Games, representing Australia, England, Ghana, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Thailand and Wales.

Congratulations to 32nd Nottingham A, this session’s winners, and well done to everyone who took part!

Check out the full results for 2021-2022.

Previous results can also be viewed online: