Visit the new Zurich Netball League page on our website to view information about Switzerland’s first netball league; including match schedules, team lists (to come before Christmas), results of each match and other general information about the league. You will be able to leave comments about the matches once the league gets going, and we’ll try to get a few action shots too! Watch this space!
Click here to go directly to the Zurich Netball League page.
We are excited to announce that Zurich Netball is launching from January Switzerland’s first ever netball league! We’ll be running league matches twice a month, with normal training sessions in the weeks inbetween. Contact us today if you would like to be a part of this exciting development to netball in Switzerland. The league is open to men and women, and will be mixed ability teams. If you’re interested in joining us, improving your fitness, honing your match skills and having a bit of fun competition, then please get in touch! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information! Watch this space for updates too!
Zurich Netball club travelled again recently to Lausanne for another great day of netball at the annual Netball Festival, this year international, with a team from Paris and from Stockholm making the journey to enjoy the netball in the sunshine.
Check your inboxes very soon to find out details of the agenda for the AGM on Wednesday 26th Jan. It’ll take place at the school, but it’s your chance to get more involved in Zurich Netball, whether you have an hour a day or an hour a year to help out! We’ll go straight into a game after the AGM, so come ready to play some netball!
If you would like to let us know you’re interested in a more active role in the club, then drop us an email at email@example.com
From now on, please go via the website to let us know whether you can attend training or not. Please click on the Doodle link for September and enter when you can and also importantly when you cannot attend training. Note that those who have signed up for tournaments and fixtures should make an extra effort to make it to training.