Carpet bowls was devised as a variation to indoor bowls but on a much smaller scale.

Whilst the principal aim remains the same, carpet bowls is played on a temporary surface approximately 30 feet long and six feet wide which makes it easy to play anywhere, such as village halls and social clubs. The woods are also smaller, but still biased to allow players to avoid the 18 inch circular block in the middle of the mat. Its governing body is the ECBA (English Carpet Bowls Association) who organise the national championships.

For those that have just taken up the sport, our dedicated Carpet Bowls Breaks are perfect for both clubs and individuals to enjoy.