The 16 teams who will be playing in the 2023 Netball World Cup have been confirmed. This follows the conclusion of the final zonal qualifying event, the Americas, where Trinidad & Tobago and Barbados earned the right to be in Cape Town next year.

The 16 teams on their way to Cape Town: South Africa, Australia, Barbados, England, Fiji, Jamaica, Malawi, New Zealand, Scotland, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tonga, Trinidad & Tobago, Uganda, Wales, Zimbabwe

Of the top 16-ranked countries in the world, Northern Ireland (No12) and Cook Islands (No16), didn’t qualify, while Sri Lanka (No19) and Singapore (No34) did.

Current world rankings are:
(Q) = World Cup qualifying

1 Australia (Q) 
2 Jamaica (Q) 
3 New Zealand (Q) 
4 England (Q) 
5 South Africa (Q) 
6 Uganda (Q) 
7 Malawi (Q) 
8 Wales (Q) 
9 Tonga (Q) 
10 Scotland (Q) 
11 Trinidad & Tobago (Q) 

12 Northern Ireland
13 Zimbabwe (Q) 
14 Barbados (Q) 
15 Fiji (Q) 
16 Cook Islands
17 Zambia
18 Samoa
19 Sri Lanka (Q) 
20 Grenada 

34 Singapore (Q)