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New Vitality Netball Superleague website launched

Activity during the Vitality Netball Superleague Super 10.

We are delighted to introduce the new Vitality Netball Superleague website.

Over the last few months, we have been working on a new website that will enhance your online experience of the league. Not only have we changed the overall design and feel of the website, but you will notice a number of key changes with more to come when the 2020 season arrives.

You can now access news relating to your favourite franchise with ease, simply visit your club’s page and click on view news. Players and staff are now also easy to find and fully integrated into each club’s page.

Our new media area allows you to access a variety of video content, including full game replays and highlights from throughout the season. So no need to search across multiple YouTube channels to find your VNSL highlights, you can just bookmark this area!

Relevant news is easier than ever to find and will be highlighted at key times. For instance, select Vitality Netball World Cup within the news section to find the most up to date and relevant news about your VNSL stars at the World Cup this summer.

Once you’re up to date with all the relevant news it’s now easier than ever to buy tickets to VNSL events. Head to tickets and select the event or franchise you wish to buy tickets for.

A new and improved match centre is ready and waiting to be used when the season begins, and we can’t wait to share it with you. With more developments on the horizon, we’ll keep you informed as we continue to improve your digital experience with the Vitality Netball Superleague.

To stay up to date with all things VNSL, including transfers, tickets, fixtures and future changes, make sure you sign up to the newsletter, you can do this by clicking here.

And make sure you are following us on twitter: @NetballSl

 

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