World Bowls is the World Governing Body for the sport of flat green outdoor bowls. It currently has 53 Member National Authorities (including Bowls England).
World Bowls is responsible for the development of the sport of flat green outdoor bowls across the globe, and produces the Laws of the Sport of Bowls on behalf of its Member National Authorities.
It is also responsible for organising the World Championships, which are held every four years, and other international events.
22 Feb 2017
Quest for 'Olympic Dream' draws closer
It was acknowledged that the future development of lawn bowls at all levels is inextricably linked to IOC Recognition.Read more
16 Feb 2017Petition: Government to prevent local councils to maintain bowling facilities Read more
15 Feb 2017Men's International Selection Appointment - South Region Read more
14 Feb 2017Bowls England encourages members to support Coach Bowls Read more