Posted 1st Oct 2018

Never a better time to show your Blue & Gold as 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague tickets go on sale

Team Bath Netball’s top coaching duo – Jess Thirlby and Anna Stembridge – say there is “never a better time” for fans to show their Blue and Gold as tickets go on sale today for the 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague season.

With the return of world star and England Commonwealth Games gold medallist Serena Guthrie to her home side, fans will have a new-look line-up to get behind.

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“Netball as a sport is more exciting than ever,” said coach Thirlby. “England took Commonwealth Gold earlier this year and next year we will host the World Cup. Bath is set to play our part in that excitement with a squad that mixes top names with exciting newcomers.”

“The atmosphere will be electric, I’m sure,” added Stembridge. “We have players like Eboni Beckford Chambers, also a Commonwealth Champion, Imogen Allison, Rachel Shaw and Mia Ritchie re-committing to the Blue and Gold alongside exciting new talents like Summer Artman and Leila Thomas.”

Whilst Team Bath Netball has named some of its roster both coaches are hinting at more names to come.

Team Bath’s matches are played in the 2,000-seater Team Bath Arena and the first home fixture – against Surrey Storm – will be televised by Sky Sports. Before that the Blue and Gold will travel to the curtain-raising Super Ten at the Birmingham Arena to face Celtic Dragons (January 5) followed by a trip to Scotland to play Strathclyde Sirens (January 11).

This year will see the advent of “gold” and “value” seats, offering a range of opportunity for all fans to watch the team in action for its eight home fixtures. The 2019 Superleague season also features a new mid-season showcase weekend jointly hosted at the Ricoh and Emirates Arena on April 20 and 21.

Team Bath’s final home fixture of the league season will be against new franchise London Pulse on Saturday May 4 (subject to allocation of TV fixtures) with the potential for a home semi-final (depending on results) on Saturday May 11.

The full 2019 Vitality Superleague fixture list for Team Bath Netball is as follows:

DateOppositionVenueCentre-passResult (click for report)Matchday programme
Sat Dec 15Tri-tournament (h) - v benecosMavericks and Surrey StormTeam Bath Arena14.00Team Bath win overall
Sat Jan 5Celtic Dragons (a) - Super 10Arena Birmingham11.00W 41-58
Fri Jan 11Strathclyde Sirens (a)Emirates Arena, Glasgow19.30W 45-55
Mon Jan 28Surrey Storm (h)Team Bath Arena19.00L 50-56Click here to read
Sat Feb 9Loughborough Lightning (a)Sir David Wallace Sports Hall18.00W 50-75
Sat Feb 16Saracens Mavericks (a)University of Essex, Colchester18.00L 68-45
Fri Feb 22Wasps Netball (h)Team Bath Arena19.30L 46-57Click here to read
Fri Mar 1Manchester Thunder (h)Team Bath Arena19.30W 60-56Click here to read
Mon Mar 11London Pulse (a)Copper Box Arena19.30W 60-64
Sat Mar 16Celtic Dragons (h)Team Bath Arena17.00W 56-50Click here to read
Fri Mar 22Strathclyde Sirens (h)Team Bath Arena19.30W 51-47Click here to read
Mon Mar 25Severn Stars (h)Team Bath Arena19.00W 53-43Click here to read
Mon Apr 1Surrey Storm (a)Surrey Sports Village19.30W 48-57
Sat Apr 6Wasps Netball (a)Ricoh Arena18.00L 61-46
Fri Apr 12Loughborough Lightning (h)Team Bath Arena19.30W 57-55Click here to read
Sat Apr 20Severn Stars (a)University of Gloucester18.00W 43-52
Sun Apr 21Saracens Mavericks (h)Ricoh Arena18.00L 45-51
Sat Apr 27Manchester ThunderWright Robinson College17.00W 53-56
Sat May 4London Pulse (h)Team Bath Arena18.00W 72-50Click here to read
Sat May 11Manchester Thunder (Superleague semi-finals)Wright Robinson College19.00L 57-54
Sat May 18Loughborough Lightning (Superleague Third-Place Play-Off)Copper Box Arena15.00W 62-56

Team Bath Netball are sponsored by Sitec and supported by partners Mogers DrewettSoldi and Netball South WestCenturion Chartered Financial Planners are supporting the team’s performance analysis and people development capabilities, Viper 10 are their Sportswear Supplier and Skins provide the team with compression wear.

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