The Vitality Netball World Cup 2023 (VNWC2023) Local Organising Committee (LOC) has today announced the opening of the second phase of ticket sales for the VNWC2023.
The netball family who missed out on the first phase of ticket sales can now take advantage of this opportunity and secure their tickets for all 60 matches, including the all-important Semi-Finals, bronze medal match and Final, by visiting https://nwc2023.org.za/tickets/
You can view the full schedule for the event, here.
The hosts Netball South Africa (NSA) welcomed three of the world’s top netball teams, Australia, New Zealand and England to Cape Town in January, for the recent Quad Series which was held in the VNWC2023 venue, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CITCC).
VNWC2023 Tournament Director, Ms. Priscilla Masisi, feels the country is now ready to welcome the netball family from 28 July to 6 August.
Masisi, said: “The Quad series has indeed given the LOC an opportunity to have a dry run and identify opportunities to ensure our athletes and fans have a memorable world class experience, and we are not indeed far off in terms of our state of readiness in hosting this upcoming international spectacle with effect from July – August this year.
“Together with our title sponsor Vitality, our premium sponsors Telkom and Spar, and our partners including the South African government, we take this opportunity to call upon the global netball family and all South Africans, irrespective of whether they are netball fans, to go out there and buy their tickets whilst time permits because we are ready!”
There will be a range of tickets available across the tournament, with ticket prices starting from 500 ZA, and classified in various categories inclusive of gold, silver and bronze levels, as well as adult and junior prices, making it accessible for everyone to be part of the action!
With 16 qualifying countries the VNWC2023 will be the largest women’s World sporting event ever to be held on African soil.
Four African countries have qualified namely, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi and Uganda.