Why we Invest in Netball
We've invested more than £55 million in netball over the last decade.
The Netball World Cup starts in Liverpool today and will see the best 16 teams on the planet go head to head over 20 thrilling sessions.
England head into the tournament as one of the favourites and it is hoped that the performances of Tracy Neville’s side over the next few weeks will inspire a new generation to take up the sport.
We know Netball is a fantastic and enjoyable way for people to get physically active and have invested more than £55 million of National Lottery money in netball specific projects over the last decade.
This has included contributing to the elite Vitality Roses as well as supporting the Back to Netball campaign which has seen more than 110,000 people get back into the sport.
Latest News from
New Planning For Sport Guidance16/07/2019 15:05:00
A guide on how the planning system can help provide opportunities for everyone to be physically active.
New Plan to Help Children Get Active15/07/2019 13:05:00
More satellite clubs and greater opportunities for children to get active through their school.
New 10 Minute Shake Ups to Make Activity Fun04/07/2019 15:05:00
The National Lottery-funded partnership between Change4Life and Disney has already reached millions of schoolchildren.
This Girl Can Partner British Cycling25/06/2019 11:15:00
New wave of campaign aims to get more women on two wheels via the HSBC UK Breeze programme.
Funding For Research Into How Carers Can be Helped to Get Active21/06/2019 15:48:00
Sports England are investing £100,000 in Carers UK to conduct research into why unpaid carers are more likely to be lonely.
Travel to Tokyo Aims to Help Children And Their Families Get Active19/06/2019 12:37:00
Investment in the project comes from our Families Fund.
Busy Mums Encouraged to Prioritise Their Own Activity Levels18/06/2019 08:15:00
This Girl Can has released a series of new tips, advice and home workout ideas on social media.
Major New Fundraising Campaign Targets Community Sport12/06/2019 13:43:00
Made By Sport gets the royal seal of approval as it sets out £40 million funding target.