Netball Nations Cup


Vitality Netball Nations Cup

🏐 The best netballers in the world are at the Copper Box Arena for the 2020 Vitality Netball Nations Cup finale.  Taking place 25-26 January tickets are sold out.

The sport of netball in the UK has never been so buoyant after an exhilarating World Cup hosted in Liverpool last summer which saw New Zealand crowned champions against Australia.Β  England Roses took bronze against South Africa while Scotland and Northern Ireland put in some memorable performances.

This weekend battle is rejoined as England, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa go head-to-head (following matches earlier in the week in Nottingham and Birmingham) across two days of action, battling to be crowned Vitality Netball Nations Cup champions.

Netball Nations Cup
Photo: @mossfoto

The Roses (full squad here) will play each team in a round robin format (Saturday being the last round of matches with Jamaica the opposition for England while New Zealand take on South Africa), culminating in a thrilling play-off finale on Sunday at the Copper Box Arena.  All four teams are in action on each day of the tournament.

🏐 First match at 2.30pm on Saturday and Sunday.


🎟️ Tickets in advance for the Netball Nations Cup in London are no longer available.

πŸšŠπŸš— Travel tips: Public transport is recommended.  Hackney Wick overground and Stratford tube are approximately a 10-minute walk from the Copper Box Arena.  Stratford International station (accessible from London St Pancras) is about a 15-minute walk.  Very limited parking is available on site although parking is available at nearby Westfield Shopping Centre.

πŸ‘€πŸ More netball alert!!  Stand by for the new Vitality Superleague in 2020 taking place from 22 Februay to 4 July.  In the London area there are 3 teams to watch; London Pulse (2020 is their second season in the VNSL) playing out of the Copper Box Arena, Surrey Storm (2-time winners) based in Guildford and Saracens Mavericks (2 times winners, runners up 5 times) from Hertfordshire.  Meanwhile Scotland is represented by Strathclyde Sirens who are based at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow.  See our ‘What’s On’ page for home match updates throughout the season.

What’s more for the A to Z of spectator sport taking place in London check out the latest on our β€˜What’s Onβ€˜ page.  And for regular reminders to ensure you don’t miss a moment of the action subscribe now to our free newsletter!