#MakeYourMark Collection now available to buy

With a landmark summer of sport ahead, netball fans can now enjoy our new range of exclusive supporters’ wear.

A clothing collection for supporters has today been unveiled ahead of a huge summer for netball in this country. The brand-new leisurewear range, the first of its kind for England Netball, is designed to encompass the passion of the national fans and is the style statement supporters will love to wear as they unite behind the team.

The hero items within the collection include hoodies and full print leggings, along with loose fit sweatshirts, soft touch cotton t-shirts with rolled sleeves and new accessories such as washbags, water bottles and a hijab. With sizes available in 8-22, the range is crafted with all netball fans in mind, and also offers junior t-shirts and male t-shirts.

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The unique designs express the whole nation’s support for the England team, for which inspiration comes from our desire to push the boundaries and stand out. The graffiti design is at the heart of our recently launched ‘Mark You Mark’ campaign which encourages our netballers to be creative and find inspiration within the sport.

This original fan wear collection will help to celebrate a summer like no other where England will play on home soil in our very own City of Culture. The collection draws inspiration from the heart of Birmingham’s creative quarter, Digbeth, where well-known street artists take to the streets and express their love for culture and art.

Now, as our athletes prepare to make their mark on court, we want to be ready to support them off it.

To view the full collection, please visit: store.englandnetball.co.uk/makeyourmark

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