Sunday 14th July 2019

10am - 3pm

The Hallen Centre 

Moorhouse Lane - Hallen - BS10 7RU



B2A would like to welcome you to the opening of their new hub in Hallen, Bristol on Sunday 14th July 2019.


B2A's new hub boosts a state of the art human performance gym, therapy and treatment rooms, and fantastic outdoor facilities.


Rayan Wilson, the CEO of B2A, wanted to bring elite human performance and rehabilitation to all of Bristol and use the expertise he has gained over the years of working with elite athletes.


On the day we will be hosting a range of events for all - including kids football competition, fitness challenges and star appearances.


There will be prizes and goodies for all. You can also speak to B2A experts to explore new ways to reach your peak whether physically. mentally or through recovery strategies.





The club is delighted to welcome Rayan Wilson and his team from Back2Action to the Hallen Centre. They will be using the previous function room to provide their expertise for the benefit of sporting athletes from around the globe.


For a number of years the Hallen Centre has been a venue for Back2Action Summer Camps which has attracted International footballers and upcoming future stars.


Yannick Bolasie and Nacer Chadli have both presented the annual awards to our junior section, whilst at these summer camps.




Back2Action Sponsored kit


Elite Football Camp



Bethany England

Chelsea & England Ladies


Beth says: "The organisation has helped me not only as a player but as a person, and the guidance and support given to me in my eyes is the best you can get


Fran Kirby

Chelsea & England Ladies


Back2Action, has "always provided me with support and confidence and was one of the key reasons why I had the year I did last year."


She describes Wilson and his team as, "so well respected and have worked with so many athletes that have achieved success in their field


Glenn Murray



Brighton striker Glenn Murray, has been supported by Back2Action since he sustained a ACL injury threatened his career. 


"The help I received has made me stronger and a more complete athlete which in turn has helped me maintain standards as I've got older. Whenever I visited the gym it was always a welcoming atmosphere that seemed to breath life into its surroundings."


Yannick Bolasie

at Hallen Juniors presentation evening


Yannick who has been involved with Back2Action since its early days, is now a Premier League player at Everton, but currently on loan at Anderlecht.


He cites Back2Action as being "a key part" to his sporting success, and said: "I credit them for assisting in building me physically, mentally and as an athlete and person on and off the pitch

Bobby Decordova Reid

Cardiff City


Cardiff City's Bobby Reid, who left Bristol City this season after being with the club from the age of nine, said: "The organisation has been responsible for turning my game from academy style to men’s football, mentally and physically. It's a unique place that has so much to offer for young and older people from athletes to the general public."


Rolando Aarons

Back2Action At The Hallen Centre



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