The Vitality Netball World Cup 2023 (VNWC2023) has today opened the application process for media.
The VNWC2023 will be held in Cape Town, South Africa from the 28th July to the 6th August 2023 at the International Convention Centre, and media must apply and be accepted by the Local Organising Committee to be able to attend.
This round of media applications does not include broadcast media, which will go live on the 3rd April 2023.
You will receive an automated email upon registration, and then a second email when your application has been approved.
To apply, please use the following link: https://bit.ly/3Th2TMZ
The deadline for all media applications is 31st May 2023.
If you have any further questions regarding accreditation, please contact: [email protected].
World Netball is the sole, internationally recognized governing body for netball affiliated to the Association of Recognised International Sports Federations (ARISF), receiving funding from the International Olympic Committee.
World Netball creates a better world through netball, inspiring netballers to embrace opportunities and achieve their potential. Netball is played in more than 100 countries around the world with 79 National Netball Associations affiliated to World Netball. The associations are grouped into five Regions – Africa Netball, Americas Netball, Asia Netball, Europe Netball and Oceania Netball – each with a respective Regional Federation. Regional Federations are an integral part of the global governance structure and assist in the development and implementation of World Netball’s Strategy To Grow, To Play, To Inspire, policies and the development of the sport in their respective regions.
The Netball World Cup (NWC), previously known as the World Netball Championships is netball’s flagship event owned by World Netball, and it brings together the top 16 teams in the world every four years. The hosts of the NWC automatically qualify for the competition, as well as the top five
teams in the World Netball World Rankings on the date of qualification. The remaining 10 teams are decided through qualifiers in World Netball’s 5 regions, as the top two teams from each qualifier will be invited by World Netball to compete at the NWC. The NWC, which first started in 1963, showcases netball around the world through a range of broadcast partners introducing Netball to a whole new audience.
World Netball Congress is also held alongside the event providing a global forum for Netball nations to come together, innovate, share ideas and celebrate women in sport. The Vitality Netball World Cup 2023 will be held in Cape Town, South Africa from the 28th July to the 6th August 2023 at the International Convention Centre.
For more information visit www.worldnetball.sport
For more information, members of the media should contact the following:
Netball World Cup: Mickey Modisane (CD) Stakeholders Relations and Special Projects
082 992 0101
World Netball: Emily Whiteside [email protected]
Sophie Reynolds [email protected]