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Supporting Scotland at Vitality Netball World Cup

Everything you need to know to cheer on the Scottish Thistles at the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019

We’re looking forward to welcoming the Scotland team and Scottish Thistles fans to the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 next July!

Here’s all the information you need for securing your seat to support your team in Liverpool.

Tickets for Scotland matches

Tickets for the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 are now on sale! You can buy tickets through our two official agents, Ticket Quarter and See Tickets.

TICKET QUARTER

SEE TICKETS

Tickets for some sessions are limited and in extremely high demand. Follow us on Twitter for the latest availability updates.

Please see our ticketing FAQs for more information including accessible tickets and group bookings.

READ TICKETING FAQS

Accessible tickets and group bookings will also be available, please see our ticketing FAQs page for further information.

When will Scotland be playing?

Preliminaries Stage One (12-14 July)

Scotland have been drawn in Group D for Preliminaries Stage One and will face England, Uganda and Samoa in their opening World Cup matches:

Friday 12 July, session two, court two: Scotland v Samoa Buy tickets

Saturday 13 July, session four, court one: Scotland v England Sold out

Sunday 14 July, session five, court two: Scotland v Uganda Sold out

Preliminaries Stage Two (15-18 July)

Fixtures for Preliminaries Stage Two will be confirmed following the conclusion of Preliminaries Stage One on 14 July.

Due to the nature of the competition format, we cannot guarantee which sessions Scotland will play in during this phase of the tournament and can only offer the below information as a guide to fans wishing to purchase tickets to support the Thistles during this part of the tournament.

If Scotland finish in positions 1-3 in Group D

If Scotland finish first, second or third in Preliminaries Stage One Group D, they will play in Group G in Preliminaries Stage Two and will play in the following sessions:

Monday 15 July, session eight: court allocation to be confirmed

Wednesday 17 July, session 12

Thursday 18 July, session 14

If Scotland finish in position four in Group D

If Scotland finish fourth in Preliminaries Stage One Group D, they will play in Group E in Preliminaries Stage Two and will play in the following sessions:

Monday 15 July, session eight: court allocation to be confirmed

Tuesday 16 July, session nine

Wednesday 17 July, session 11

Friday 19 July, session 15

More information about how the competition works can be found here.

Fan packages

Fan package tickets are no longer available to purchase. If you bought a fan package ticket and would like further information or assistance, please click here.