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Where to Watch: Fast5 2021.

The latest edition of the British Fast5 Netball All Stars Championship takes place at the Copper Box Arena on Saturday 30 October with eight top teams taking part.

Leeds Rhinos, London Pulse, Loughborough Lightning, Manchester Thunder, Saracens Mavericks, Strathclyde Sirens, Team Bath Netball and Wasps will all compete for the title.

With golden buzzers, five-pointers and more on show, you won’t want to miss a second. Here’s how you can watch Fast5 in 2021:

Buy Tickets

Have you been to see live netball since the sport re-opened its doors to fans? If not, the British Fast5 Netball All Stars Championship is to scratch that itch for live netball.

The most unique domestic netball event in the UK features some of the best players in the world, insane long bombs, and a special golden buzzer.

Fans will also be able to see some key transfers from the 2022 Signing Window represent their new teams for the first time. The likes of Fran Williams of Lightning, Jameela McCarthy of Saracens Mavericks, and Sigi Burger of Leeds Rhinos could all make their debuts this weekend.

Make sure you don’t miss out of the first Fast5 for two years and book your tickets for as little as £10 for children and £20 for adults here.

Watch on TV

This year’s Fast5 will be made available to fans around the world to watch on television or streamed online.

Sky Sports’ coverage of the highly-anticipated event will begin at 13:00 BST on Sky Sports Arena, Mix and the official Sky Sports YouTube channel, which will also be streaming the tournament in full. You can watch on YouTube here.

Those not in the UK and Ireland will also be able to watch. The Netball Family in New Zealand will also be able to watch via Sky while fans in Australia can tune in via Fox Sports.

The competition will also be shown on television in at least 12 other countries while the rest of the world can stream on Matchroom.Live. You can see the full list here.

Follow on Socials

Out and about? You can also follow Fast5 on social media via @NetballSL or @Fast5allstars on Twitter and Instagram throughout the day.

If you’re interested in seeing a specific club’s results, you can follow any of the eight teams involved in the competition. Find all the VNSL side’s Twitter handles here or Instagram handles here.

Follow @NetballSL on Twitter and Instagram for the latest Vitality Netball Superleague news. You can also sign up to our newsletter here.

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