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London Pulse v Cardiff Dragons

🏐 London Pulse welcome Cardiff Dragons to the Copper Box Arena for their final home game of the Netball Super League regular season.

🎟️ Tickets are on sale here.

London Pulse enjoyed their best ever season in the Netball Super League (NSL) in 2023.  Finishing top of the league at the end of the regular season the Londoners progressed through the play-offs before losing 57-48 to Loughborough Lightning in the Grand Final.  The Londoners are on a mission to go one step further in 2024 and London Pulse tickets are on sale now!

With a young, exciting squad London Pulse are attracting record crowds to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this season.  They play a total of eight home matches throughout March and May (see below for the fixture list).


The opening game against Loughborough Lightning saw Pulse gain sweet revenge for their 2023 Grand Final defeat with a thrilling 53-52 win in front of more than 3,500 fans at the Copper Box.  Goal shooter Liv Tchine was the Player of the Match for the Londoners with a 93% shooting accuracy.  Severn Stars caused an upset returning to their University of Worcester home with a 54-47 road win, but Pulse bounced back with a comprehensive 66-45 win against Strathclyde Sirens.  Berri Neil took the Player of the Match plaudits. 

Things got even better when the Londoners followed up a tense 45-43 victory over Saracens Mavericks with a commanding victory over Team Bath in April.  Pulse made it five wins in a row courtesy of a 76-50 scoreline, with Alicia Scholes being named Player of the Match.  The rollercoaster ride continued for Pulse fans into early May when the Londoners beat Leeds Rhinos 49-48 and then Surrey Storm 58-53 in two gripping matches.  Zara Everitt (v Rhinos) and Darcie Everitt (v Storm) were named Player of the Match.

London Pulse are currently third (on 33 points) in the Netball Super League table, level on points with second-placed Loughborough Lightning and leaders Manchester Thunder who have a game in hand.  And with a final home game to come, against Cardiff Dragons, the Londoners have a great opportunity to climb closer to the league summit ahead of the end-of-season play-offs.

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London Pulse Squad

The strength in depth of the 2024 London Pulse squad is demonstrated by the amount of England Roses and Futures players.  The likes of Olivia Tchine, Zara Everitt, Funmi Fadoju and Alicia Scholes were all standout players last season and are continuing to thrive in the Pulse set-up.  Berri Neil, Halimat Adio, Darcie Everitt, Isabella Phillips, Jade Clarke, Brie Grierson and Nichole Taljaard complete a stellar presence of international players.  Check out the full London Pulse roster here.

Next home match

Stand by for London Pulse to showcase their 2024 squad against Cardiff Dragons on Saturday 25 May.  The hosts will start as favourites against the Surrey side who are eighth in the table on 14 points.  Can London Lions take the ‘W’ as they continue their bid for the regular season title?  Or will the Dragons spoil the Pulse party at the Copper Box?  All will be revealed at one of the UK’s finest netball venues.  

London Pulse tickets

London Pulse Tickets & Travel

🎟️ London Pulse tickets are available via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.

🏐 Date of next game: London Pulse v Surrey Storm is on Friday 10 May

 🔑  Doors open at 6.30pm.

⏱️ Centre pass is at 7.30pm. 


Crystal Palace National Sports Centre – for London Pulse v Leeds Rhinos on Saturday 4 May

🚊 🚗 Travel tips: The closest railway station is Crystal Palace while Penge West is also within walking distance (both on the overground).  The average journey time from London Victoria to Crystal Palace by train is 30 minutes.  A number of buses – 122, 176, 227, 249, 432 – stop in Crystal Palace Park Road nearby to the venue.  Plan your journey at the Transport for London website.  Free car parking is available at the venue with a total of 250 spaces.

Copper Box Arena – for London Pulse v Surrey Storm on Friday 10 May

🚊🚗 Travel tips: Public transport is recommended.  The nearest railway station is Hackney Wick overground approximately a 10-minute walk.  Stratford International station, accessible from London St Pancras, is approximately a 15-minute walk.  Stratford (with links to the underground and DLR) station is about a 15-minute walk.  Plan your journey at the Transport for London website.  Limited parking is available at the Copper Box Arena, however parking is available at the nearby Westfield Shopping Centre.

🏐 About the Netball Super League

Netball Super League (NSL) is a club competition featuring 10 elite teams from across England, Scotland and Wales.  Taking place weekly from February the teams play each other twice in a home and away robin-format comprising Rounds 1-20.  The top four teams then progress to the semi-final play-offs.  The winners progress to the Grand Final at the Copper Box Arena.  The current league champions are Loughborough Lightning who defeated London Pulse in last year’s Grand Final.

The NSL teams for season 2024 are Cardiff Dragons, Leeds Rhinos, London Pulse, Loughborough Lightning, Manchester Thunder, Saracens Mavericks, Severn Stars, Strathclyde Sirens, Surrey Storm and Team Bath.

The top eight teams at the end of the NSL season also qualify to play in the British Fast5 All-Stars.  An alternative format of 12 minute fast-paced games this usually takes place in October.

In and around the London area there are 3 teams to watch in the NSL.  London Pulse who play at the Copper Box Arena.  Surrey Storm (2-time winners) based in Guildford and Saracens Mavericks (2 times winners, runners up 5 times) from Hertfordshire.

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