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Vitality Netball Superleague Finals Weekend tickets to go on sale next week

The Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) can announce the details for the 2021 semi-finals and Grand Final including venue, times and ticket sales.

The Grand Final will be staged at the Copper Box Arena on Sunday 27 June, starting at 17.00. This will be preceded by the third-place play-off at 15:00 on the same day and two semi-final clashes taking place on Saturday 26 June at 14:00 and 16:00 respectively.

As well as being live on Sky Sports YouTube, the four games will be shown across Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Mix, with the Grand Final also being broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event.

Tickets for the VNSL’s showpiece event will go on sale next week. Total capacity of the Copper Box Arena is subject to Government regulations and England Netball is awaiting government updates on potential venue capacity and COVID-19 restrictions before confirming final ticketing plans.

Fans safely made their return to VNSL fixtures for the first time in more than 14 months a fortnight ago. Though seats for Sunday 13 June and Sunday 20 June are sold out, fans can still buy tickets for the two remaining Monday night matchdays.

Teams who finish in the top four come the end of the VNSL’s regular season on 21 June will qualify for the semi-finals. Team Bath Netball, Loughborough Lightning and Manchester Thunder have already secured their places while the elusive final spot is still up for grabs.

One of the most exciting races for qualification in recent memory has ensured Wasps, Leeds Rhinos Netball, Strathclyde Sirens and Saracens Mavericks can all mathematically qualify for the semi-finals with just two rounds to go.

This will be the first Grand Final since 2019 when Manchester Thunder lifted the trophy at the Copper Box Arena after a hotly-contested encounter with Wasps which was decided by four goals.

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