Where to watch your Vitality and Future Roses: Netball Super League and Suncorp Super Netball

While the Netball Super League (NSL) is fast approaching the halfway mark, it’s time for the overseas Vitality Roses to start their domestic campaigns as the Suncorp Super Netball (SSN) season begins on Saturday 13 April.

After a stellar 2023 domestic and international season, including helping the Vitality Roses secure a historic silver medal in the Netball World Cup, Fran Williams signed for West Coast Fever on a two-season contract. There she’ll work with former England international Sara Francis-Bayman who is the team’s Assistant Coach.

Williams’ current and former Vitality Roses teammates will become her rivals over in Australia, with Helen Housby chasing a third title with the NSW Swifts.

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The defender will also go head-to-head with Eleanor Cardwell, who having won the 2023 Premiership with Adelaide Thunderbirds (and former England Assistant Coach Tania Obst) in her inaugural SSN season, has joined the league’s newest franchise, Melbourne Mavericks.

Also at the Mavericks, and working on her return to court after a pre-season injury, is Sasha Glasgow. The team is under the leadership of England’s Commonwealth Games gold medal-winning Head Coach Tracey Neville who handed Williams her England senior debut back in November 2018.

Former Vitality Roses Jo Harten and Chelsea Pitman are both representing GIANTS Netball.

Click into the dropdown below for a list of all the 2023-24 Vitality Roses who will feature overseas for the 2024 season:

Eleanor Cardwell Melbourne Mavericks
Sasha Glasgow Melbourne Mavericks
Helen Housby NSW Swifts
Francesca Williams West Coast Fever

For fans in the UK wanting to watch the action, you can buy a full season pass on NetballPass.

Meanwhile over in the NSL, there have been record-breaking crowds, edge-of-your-seat games and Player of the Match accolades galore for our England internationals.

Manchester Thunder (1st, 21 points) and defending champions Loughborough Lightning (2nd, 21) are tied for points at the top of the NSL table after eight rounds with one goal separating the sides on goal difference.

Severn Stars (3rd, 18) and 2023 finalists London Pulse (4th, 18) make up the top four with Saracens Mavericks (5th, 10) and Cardiff Dragons (6th, 10) the closest challengers.

Click into the dropdowns below for a reminder of all the 2023-24 Vitality Roses and Future Roses who are playing in the NSL for the 2024 season: 

Halimat Adio London Pulse
Imogen Allison Manchester Thunder
Amy Carter Manchester Thunder
Sophie Drakeford-Lewis Surrey Storm
Funmi Fadoju London Pulse
Alice Harvey Loughborough Lightning
Hannah Joseph Loughborough Lightning
Elle McDonald Cardiff Dragons
Natalie Metcalf Manchester Thunder
Berri Neil London Pulse
Vicki Oyesola Saracens Mavericks
Jayda Pechova Team Bath
Razia Quashie Saracens Mavericks
Ellie Rattu Saracens Mavericks
Alicia Scholes London Pulse
Olivia Tchine London Pulse
Emma Thacker Saracens Mavericks
Bella Baylis Loughborough Lightning
Ella Bowen Manchester Thunder
Ashleigh Dekker Severn Stars
Darcie Everitt London Pulse
Freya Henshall Loughborough Lightning
Harriet Jones Leeds Rhinos
Phoebe Maslen Team Bath
Taylor McKevitt Manchester Thunder
Natasha Pavelin Team Bath
Lois Pearson Manchester Thunder
Jade Popoola Loughborough Lightning
Emma Rayner Manchester Thunder
Paige Reed Manchester Thunder
Millie Sanders Strathclyde Sirens
Aliyah Zaranyika Saracens Mavericks

Sky Sports and BBC are each broadcasting one game from every round of the regular home and away season, with Sky Sports also showing all games from the Season Opener, Semi Final Play-Offs and the Grand Final.

Fans around the world are able to watch all broadcast matches on NetballPass with a season pass, covering over 40 games, costing £39.95 or a round pass available for £2.95*.

See which games are being shown and where on the NSL fixtures page. Support your favourite club by purchasing tickets to see all the action courtside here and secure your seats to see the best of the best go head-to-head in the NSL Grand Final on 29 June 2024 at Resorts World Arena, Birmingham here.

*Excludes access in UK and Northern Ireland

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