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Depending on where you are in the country there might be a Vitality Netball Superleague side just around the corner. It will certainly make watching home games easier! The sides are spread throughout the UK with sides in London to Glasgow and everywhere between.


If you are in the South East, then Surrey Storm. The South West is covered by Team Bath. For those of you in Wales, then Celtic Dragons will be your side as the only Welsh franchise. You have a choice of sides in the Midlands including Loughborough Lightning, Wasps Netball and Severn Stars. Based out of the Olympic Park, London Pulse are your side if you are in England’s capital city. The north can look to Manchester Thunder and the Scottish fans can get behind Glasgow-based Strathclyde Sirens.

Who has been the most successful?

Team Bath are the most successful side in VNSL history with an impressive five titles. Manchester are reigning champions and hot on Bath’s heels with three titles. Wasps, Surrey Storm and Saracens Mavericks all have two each.


Team Bath 5 2013 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2013
Manchester Thunder* 3 2019 2008, 2014 and 2019
Wasps 2 2018 2017 and 2018


Surrey Storm 2 2016 2015 and 2016


Saracens Mavericks** 2 2011

2008 and 2011

*One title win as Northern Thunder

**Both title wins as Hertfordshire Mavericks

Who does my favourite player play for?

The Vitality Netball Superleague attracts players from around the globe and it is one of the most competitive and high-quality leagues in the world. Over the course of the Vitality Netball World Cup, all 10 VNSL sides were represented by ten different nations.

You can check out the 2019 squads and see if your favourite player was part of last season’s VNSL by visiting the team pages on our website.

Keep it in the family!

If you or one of your friends or family support a rugby club, then there are opportunities to transfer the support to netball. Wasps Netball is part of the Wasps Rugby family and even play their home games at the same venue as their rugby counterparts. Saracens Mavericks are part of the wider Saracens operation and their links continue to grow stronger. In 2021, Leeds Rhinos will be entering the league and as the name suggests they are closely aligned to the Rugby League side.


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