Muswell Hill Supermoons

Marek about to score Volfsball for Supermoons

Marek about to score a Volfsball for Supermoons


Muswell Hill Supermoons, are the inaugural Volfsball team formed in August 2014 by league commissioner Marek Larwood. Their colours are dark blue and white. They strive to bring a new wave of mediocrity to the world of sport. They played the Camden Kongs in the first ever game of Volfsball on 6th June 2015.

In 2015, they won the first ever All Comer’s League, and retained their title in 2016.

They were runners up in the first Volfsball Cup to the Harringay Choppers in 2015, and lost the 2016 final on penalties in the dark to the Camden Kongs on a legendary day of Volfsball.

2017 saw them overcome old rivals the Camden Kongs to win lift the Champions shield. In July the unfancied combo of Larwood, Bannard and Somerville, shocked favourites (Stonehewers) in their first group game, won the round robin of five teams and went on to beat Balham Choke Hazard in the final to become the World Champions.

In 2018 they retained the World Championship and won back the All Comers League for the third time.

Muswell Hill Supermoons Team - Bannard, Larwood, McNeill, Steer and Sanders


World Championships –  Winners  – 2017, 2018

All Comers League – Champions – 2015, 2016, 2018

Runners Up – 2017

Champions Shield – Winners – 2017

Larwood Invitational Cup – Winners – 2017

Runners Up – 2015, 2016, 2018

Pitshanger Party in the Park Trophy – Winners 2018

Moons celebrate 2017 Champions Shield victory

The Supermoons name was chosen as all the players like cheese and watching people when it gets dark.

Here is their logo.

Muswell Hill Supermoons


Supermoons different uniforms

News Stories

Tim Peake Moonwalk to celebrate Supermoons title

Supermoons claim All Comers League Title

Supermoons Unveil New Uniforms

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The Supermoons have made it their goal to only recruit players who are past their physical prime. All their players are in their late 30’s or early 40’s. For all the players in the team this is the last chance in their lives to achieve any sporting success.

0Marek Larwood5'103918
5David McNeill6'33512
1 Simon Feilder5'9'?10
4Matt Steer5'10'344
1Josh Howie5'11394
6Lou Sanders5'8'?4
7Matt Somerville5'10"?4
7Dan Louw5'10?4
7 Lee Bannard5'10382
6Jamie Glassman5'10"?2
1Chris Sussman5'9"?2
6Andy Wooding5'11"?2
?Matt Stronge6'5"?1
?Richard Morris6'4"?1