Get involved with England Netball
Posted: Thu, 19 Apr 2018 11:42
Netball has well and truly gripped the nation with increased interest in how to get involved in the sport following the England Roses historic gold medal at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Produced by England Netball, here's your quick guide to some of the different ways you could get involved in netball…
Approximately 1.4 million women and girls play netball at some point during a typical season.
There are plenty of ways to get involved with netball across the country with Back to Netball, Walking Netball, traditional leagues and much more.
The England Roses are in regular international competition across the year and host Vitality International Netball Series at least twice a year.
The 2018 Vitality Netball Superleague season runs from February to July.
There's also the small matter of a home Netball World Cup in 2019 to look forward to…
Imagine the people you could inspire…
Bring your passion and start coaching with England Netball. We are looking for inspirational individuals to coach at all levels of the game.
New coaches learn by getting out there and having a go. You can learn so much from others and we can put you in touch with great local coaches to go and see them in action.
Netball is changing. Participation is growing, more clubs are developing and players are getting faster and stronger. High quality officiating at all levels is essential in helping us to be the number one sport for women and girls in England.
Our Officiating Pathway allows officials to plot their own learner journey through a range of qualifications, helping them to fulfil their officiating potential.
Netball simply wouldn't happen without the time, talent and expertise of over 16,000 incredible volunteers at every level of the game.
Volunteering is a rewarding experience, not only benefiting the club or organisation, but also the individual – developing skills for use at college, university or in the workplace.
It's a fantastic way to make new friends, and nothing beats the "feel-good factor" of helping out and giving something to your sport.