Jump to main content
Vitality Netball Super League

The Vitality Netball Superleague is back and it is guaranteed to be bigger and better than ever before!

Ten teams will compete for the 2017 title and once again the Genting Arena will host all sides in a feast of netball on Saturday 25 February as the new ‘Super Ten’ heads to the West Midlands.

Superleague fans will get their chance to run their eye over every single team as five matches are played out in one historic day for Round 2 of the new season.

The day gets underway at 12pm with a mouth-watering clash between Loughborough Lightning and the newly formed Severn Stars.

This is followed by a meeting of the non-English teams as Sirens face off against Celtic Dragons.

As we reach mid-afternoon, Team Northumbria will be hoping to halt the final new team in the league as they face the challenge of Wasps Netball.

At 6pm two of the biggest clubs in Superleague history go head-to-head as Surrey Storm and Manchester Thunder renew their rivalry.

We conclude the day with another battle of former champions as Hertfordshire Mavericks take on Team Bath.

Tickets for Super Ten will go on sale from midday on Friday 11 November.

The full fixture list for the 2017 Vitality Netball Superleague campaign can be found here.

Super 10 Schedule – Saturday 25 February, Genting Arena, Birmingham

Loughborough Lightning v Severn Stars – 12pm

Sirens v Celtic Dragons – 2pm

Team Northumbria v Wasps Netball – 4pm

Surrey Storm v Manchester Thunder – 6pm

Hertfordshire Mavericks v Team Bath – 8pm

Previous Story England U21 confirms Storm future
Next Story Shooter Harris returns to Storm

More News

Catherine Tuivaiti of Severn Stars.
8th Aug 2022

The five biggest transfers from the 2022 Signing Window

Reading: 5 mins
Super Ten heads to Birmingham
7th Aug 2022

Commonwealth Games: Legacy Netball

Reading: 4 mins
Eboni Usoro-Brown of Team Bath Netball.
7th Aug 2022

Eboni Usoro-Brown retires from netball

Reading: 3 mins
Super Ten heads to Birmingham
6th Aug 2022

Commonwealth Games: Final day set with England battling for bronze

Reading: 3 mins
Super Ten heads to Birmingham
5th Aug 2022

Commonwealth Games: Classification closes with some top performances

Reading: 4 mins

Google Ad – MPU – Right Column