Age: 1998-09-13

Home Town: Coventry

Current Club: Amiab Albacete (Spain)

Classification: 1.0

Twitter: @charlie_moore98

Instagram: @charlie_moore98


In 2013 Charlotte made her major international debut for Great Britain at the 2013 European Championships.

Since then, the Coventry native has gone on to represent Great Britain at every major: earning three European Bronze medals (2013, 2015, 2017) and assisting the GB Women to their fifth place World Championships finish in 2014, historic silver medal finish at the 2018 World Championships and Rio Paralympics fourth place.

At a junior international level, in 2015 Charlotte played a crucial role in helping the GB Women’s U25 Team build upon their two silver U25 European medals (2013, 2014) to be crowned U24 European Champions in both 2016 and 2018. The team secured the 2015 U25 World Championships title in Beijing, China and in 2019 claimed the U25 World Championship bronze medal.

Outside of wheelchair basketball, the Olympic Torchbearer (Warwick, July 1st) is an Ambassador for Whizz-Kidz and also excels at wheelchair tennis and racing.

Charlotte made history at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, winning bronze with Team England in the first ever appearance of wheelchair basketball in a Commonwealth Games.

Joining Amiab Albacete in 2022, Charlotte enjoyed immense success with the team in her first season at the club as they won the 2022/23 season, EuroCup and Copa del Rey. Charlotte was named in the All-Star 5 awards following the EuroCup quarter finals.

At the 2022 IWBF World Championships (played in 2023), Charlotte was part of the GB Women’s team that finished in ninth place.

Major Results:

2022 IWBF World Championships (played in 2023) – 9th
2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games – Bronze
2021 European Championships, Madrid, Spain – Silver
2020 Paralympic Games, Tokyo, Japan – 7th
2019 European Championships, Rotterdam, Netherlands – Silver
2019 U25 World Championships, Thailand – Bronze
2018 World Championships, Hamburg, Germany – Silver
2017 European Championships, Tenerife, Spain – Bronze
2016 Paralympic Games, Rio, Brazil – 4th
2015 European Championships, Worcester, UK – Bronze
2014 World Championships, Toronto, Canada – 5th
2013 European Championships, Frankfurt, Germany – Bronze

GB Women's Team Player - Charlotte Moore