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The Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) 2022 season is fast-approaching and is set to be a thrilling spectacle of netball with 11 clubs battling it out to be crowned champions – and fans making their return to their favourite team arenas.  

The season – which runs from February 5 to June 5 – sees home and away fixtures returning to the league, following on from the 2021 season which saw the league delivered from two central venues. 

This means clubs can welcome back fans to watch games back at their home venues, with tickets currently on sale to every single regular round fixture here.

First up – all 10 games from the Season Opener and Easter Weekend double-headers weekend will be live on Sky Sports and YouTube giving fans a chance to see every team and their favourite players on a bumper start to the season.

And during the regular weekly round fixtures Sky Sports will showcase three live games a week, triple the number from the last home and away season in 2020.

A dedicated Monday Night Netball slot between 5pm and 7pm will showcase a marquee match-up across the Main Event*, Mix, Action and Arena channels throughout the regular season – centre pass at 5.30pm every week.

Two further games per round will be streamed live on Sky Sports YouTube channel over the weekend, while the best action from every match of the season will be made available in three-minute highlights on the VNSL YouTube and club channels after each game. Fans will also be able to follow all the news and features on the VNSL social channels across Instagram and Twitter.

“Three out of five regular round games will be broadcast live to fans, which is more games than ever before in a traditional home and away season.” – Steve Elworthy.

Steve Elworthy, Chair of the Vitality Netball Superleague Board, said: “We are pleased to see our clubs return to their home venues to grow local fan bases and generate important commercial revenue, and are excited to see fans return to arenas to show their support and get behind their teams for the season ahead.

“We have worked in partnership with Sky Sports and all Vitality Netball Superleague clubs to offer multiple ways to watch and follow the 2022 season, be that by going to games or watching matches across Sky Sports TV and YouTube channels as we look to continue to grow our sport and take our league to new audiences.

“Three out of five regular round games will be broadcast live to fans, which is more games than ever before in a traditional home and away season. And where we do operate central venue rounds, for ‘Season Opener’ and ‘Easter Weekend’ double headers, we are delighted to once again be able to bring fans all games live across Sky Sports TV and YouTube channels.

“Last season was a unique and challenging one and our thanks must go to the 11 clubs, Sky and our partners for their efforts in completing a fantastic season. Now though the clubs and players are focused on final preparations for the season ahead and we cannot wait to see them back on court and in action in front of fans in Birmingham on February 5 and 6 when the 2022 season gets underway.”

Here’s how you can watch every game this season:

Central Events:

Three events will be centralised throughout the 2022 season starting with the Season Opener double-header weekend on 5 and 6 February 2022 at Birmingham’s Resorts World Arena, which will see all 11 clubs feature in a jam-packed weekend of 10 games of netball.

Easter Weekend this season will see the 11 clubs reunite at Birmingham’s Resorts World Arena once again for another 10 games of world class court action, taking place on April 16 and 17.

The season draws to a close with the ‘Grand Final’ on Sunday 5 June 2022, with venue, tickets and broadcast details to be announced in due course.

In-venue: You can watch in person with tickets available to Season Opener available to buy here. Tickets for Easter Weekend and Grand Final will be made available in due course.

Sky Sports: All games at centralised venues will be broadcast live on Sky Sports channels (across Mix, Action or Arena) and YouTube.

Rounds 3-12 and 15-20:

With home and away fixtures returning to the league for 2022 clubs are set to welcome fans back to venues across the UK during the regular rounds of the season.

In-venue: Fans can purchase tickets to games to support their favourite clubs and players here.

Sky Sports TV: Every Monday night on Sky Sports between 5pm and 7pm will be dedicated to netball, which will see the marquee game per round feature across Main Event, Mix, Action and Arena channels.

The first centre pass for these fixtures every Monday is 5.30pm. Two further games per round will be streamed live on Sky Sports YouTube channel over the weekend.

Get your tickets

Support your favourite club by purchasing a season ticket to see all the action court side here. Vitality Netball Superleague 2022 fixtures can be viewed here.

Dates, times and venues subject to change due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and challenges operating elite sport during these times.

*Sky Sports’ Main Event schedule is subject to change but all Monday night TV games on Main Event will be simulcast on either Mix, Action or Arena.

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