Tickets for the Netball World Cup 2019 will go on sale exclusively to England Netball members from 10am on Tuesday 3 July until 11:50pm on Thursday 12 July 2018.
If you are a member, England Netball will send you an email on Monday 2 July, which will contain a special link to the official Netball World Cup tickets page where you will have the opportunity to buy your tickets once the pre-sale is open at 10am on 3 July.
Please note that receiving emails from Netball World Cup 2019 does not mean you will receive your email from England Netball as these are two separate organisations. If you do not normally receive emails from England Netball but you are an England Netball member please contact the England Netball customer services team for assistance on 01509 277 850.
To purchase your tickets, you’ll need your England Netball affiliation number, which will be valid for one transaction. If you are unsure where to find your affiliation number or need help updating your details or email preferences, please call the England Netball customer services team on 01509 277850.
You’ll be able to buy a maximum of 10 tickets per session when purchasing online and you will be able buy tickets for multiple sessions in one transaction.
If you are planning to come with your club and want to buy more than 10 tickets per session you can call Ticket Quarter’s groups department on 0344 561 7672. You’ll be asked to provide details of your club/ organisation and to provide one England Netball affiliation number for every 10 tickets you purchase. So if you are buying 11 tickets for any one session, for instance, you’ll need to supply two affiliation numbers.
To book accessible tickets, or for more information about the ACC Personal Assistance scheme, please call the Customer Care team on 0344 335 0437.
If you are not already a member of England Netball, further information about joining is available here.
The current competition schedule showing the England games can be found here.
The competition schedule will be updated on 2 July when the latest INF world rankings are announced and the automatic qualifiers for the tournament are confirmed, alongside England who have already qualified as host nation. After this update, the Preliminaries Stage One matches featuring these six teams will be confirmed.
The full competition schedule for Preliminaries Stage One will be announced in September 2018, once the final list of qualified teams has been confirmed through the regional qualifying events. Preliminaries Stage Two matches will be dependent on Preliminaries Stage One results.