The Netball Map


The one and only list of netball clubs and leagues in the UK.

TRIALS 2017

Want to join a club for the 2017/18 season? Trial dates are currently being announced and added to the map! Blue bibs indicate where a club has announced their 2017 trial dates.

Green bibs are leagues and pink ones are clubs. Read below to find out which one is right for you.

The best way to use the map is to view it in Google (click the expander symbol on the top right).

What level should I be playing?

1. Back To Netball

Back to Netball is a fantastic initiative by England Netball designed to help people get back into the sport. Sessions are led by a qualified coach, with drills and match play to improve your technique. They’re also a great way to meet people and find out about social teams in the local area.

Good for: if you’re a complete newbie or an experienced player getting back in to the game
Commitment level: low – you just pay around £3 per session
Find out more: read our article to find out why you should get involved.

2. Social Leagues

There are loads of different kinds of social leagues, including those for men, women, beginners, experienced players, workplace teams or people looking for different variations of netball. You can join as a team or an individual, and there are loads of different levels so you can play as competitively as you like. You’ll get to know lots of people once you sign up, and can get more games by filling in for other teams.

Good for: if you want to play netball regularly, but don’t want to be part of a club
Commitment level: 
low to medium, depending on if you pay to play or commit to a regular fixture time
Find out more: look at the map to find out league locations

3. Clubs

If you’re looking to really progress, it’s time to join a club. Clubs usually hold trials through the summer. Trial dates have started to be announced – have a look at the blue bibs on the map for trial dates.

Good for: competent players who are looking to play with a regular team
Commitment level: 
medium – most clubs train once a week and play matches on Saturdays
Find out more: look at the map to find a club near you (and check out our 10 great reasons to join)