Netball Manchester Live


New time for Thunder v Wasps at Netball Manchester Live

The eagerly anticipated Superleague match at Manchester Arena between Manchester Thunder and Wasps Netball on Saturday, 2 June is moving to a new start time so it can be shown live on Sky Sports. The fixture, between two of the competition’s form teams of the season, will be part of this year’s exciting Netball Manchester Live. We wanted to have the best event for both our thousands of supporters in the Arena and those watching at home. That’s why we’ve been working with Sky to ensure the game is available to as many people as possible. The Superleague match will now begin at 2.15pm and will be followed by a chance to meet the players and exciting games you won’t want to miss. More details on those very soon. Doors at the Arena will open at 12.30pm – please arrive in plenty of time due to the security measures in place. More details on these are here - https://www.manchester-arena.com/your-visit/ If you have already bought tickets and can’t make the ... More

Love Netball. Love Manchester. Love Netball Manchester Live.

It's back! Netball Manchester Live returns to Manchester Arena in 2018, for the third time. Manchester Thunder will take on defending Superleague champions Wasps on Saturday, June 2, which promises to be a pulsating match on the city's biggest stage. Organisers will be hoping for record crowds for the game, with Thunder planning to have 22 bees (the symbol of Manchester) printed on specially-designed dresses, to remember those who lost their lives in the Arena attack in May. Executive Member for Schools, Culture and Leisure, Councillor Luthfur Rahman, said: "We're really excited to be working with the Manchester Thunder again and wish them all the best for what will be a really competitive Netball Super League season. Hosting top-quality netball is a great addition to Manchester's world-class sporting offer and I hope that as many people as possible will support the team and be inspired to try the sport for themselves." The Black and Yellows have previously faced ... More