Netball NSW Membership

The Netball NSW community has over 115,000 members who play, coach, umpire, officiate, administer and just generally love this fantastic sport.

There are 113 Associations and over 800 Clubs across the State offering many opportunities to participate including Come and Try days, clinics, Suncorp NetSetGO introductory opportunities, social and competitive women’s and mixed competitions to name a few.  To find your nearest Association or Club click here.

In order to participate in a Netball NSW affiliated Association/Competition and/or higher level courses, you must be a registered Member of Netball NSW.

2022 Netball NSW Membership Fees

The Netball NSW Membership is an annual membership fee paid by participants which allows you to be involved in Netball NSW affiliated competitions.

 

Senior

Senior Summer

Junior

Junior Summer

NetSetGo

Non-Player

All Abilities

2022 Netball NSW Fee

$89.81

$63.35

$69.23

$47.67

$69.23

$47.05

$31.00

2022 Transaction Fee

$1.82

$1.29

$1.41

$0.97

$1.41

$0.96

$0.63

2022 Total Netball NSW Fee in PlayHQ

$91.63

$64.64

$70.64

$48.64

$70.64

$48.00

$31.63

2022 Netball Australia Fee

$3.37

$3.37

$3.37

$3.37

$3.37*

$0.00

$3.37

2022 Combined Netball NSW and Netball Aus

$95.00

$68.00

$74.00

$52.00

$74.00

$48.00

$35.00

* $3.37 paid directly to Netball Australia for NetSetGo. Netball Australia will then invoice Netball NSW $29.18 per NetSetGo participant.

Definitions / Notes

  • Senior: have reached or will reach the age of 18 by 31 December in the year of play.
  • Junior: have reached or will reach the age of between 10 and 17 years by 31 December in the year of play.
  • NetSetGo: have reached or will reach the age of 9 years by 31 December in the year of play.
  • Non-Players will not be charged a Netball Australia fee.

Summer Registration Members

  • This membership fee sits alongside the normal membership categories of Senior and Junior Individual Members.
  • This membership option is targeted at Associations that hold a social/twilight competition under traditional rules allowing for both mixed, male only and female only competitions.
  • This fee option is available to all Affiliated Associations.
  • This fee is applicable for individual registrations for members who have not registered for the full season in the year of play.

Please note:

  • Availability of Summer Registration Membership

In 2022 the Summer Registration type will be available in the first half of the year as well as the latter half of the year. This will allow Associations to conduct short twilight competitions prior to the standard winter season if they choose. If players register with a Summer Registration fee early in the year, and then choose to play in the winter season or an end-of-year Summer season they will be required to purchase another individual membership. If a player is planning to play in more than one competition for the year, they should purchase a full year membership, not the Summer Registration.

  • Played Winter Season at a different Association/Club

Players who HAVE been previously registered in the year of play in the Winter Season and are playing in Summer netball competitions at a different Club are not liable to pay another Netball NSW Registration Fee. In this case, players will need to renew their individual membership with the new Association/Club.

  • Played Winter Season at the same Association/Club

Players already correctly registered for the year of play in the Winter Season with their Association/Club are not required to re-register or pay additional individual member fees in relation to their participation in Summer netball competitions to Netball NSW.

  • No discount applies to the Individual Membership fees that are payable for participation in the NetSetGo, All Abilities and Non-Player Individual Membership Categories during the Summer season.

Prices are inclusive of GST.

For further information on Netball NSW Membership can be found in the Netball NSW Membership and Affiliation Policy.

How your membership fee benefits you and the NSW netball community:

Creates a world class workforce

Your fees help provide modern and accessible training for hundreds of coaches, officials, umpires and volunteers every year to develop their skills & knowledge and make playing netball possible for thousands of people around New South Wales

Supports our Associations and Clubs

Your membership fees enable us to develop programs, products and resources for the network of Association and Clubs throughout New South Wales.  We work closely with our communities to deliver the resources needed which enables the success and growth of competitions around the state.

Netball NSW develops governance practices which ensure the best leadership for the affiliates. Policies, guidelines, standards and codes of conduct are reviewed and updated regularly to ensure players, coaches and umpires are protected, and the standard of netball delivered in NSW provides a first class experience for you, the player.

Netball NSW has invested in a dedicated team of Managers and Coordinators across the state who are on the ground and available to assist our affiliates deliver first class netball competitions.

Membership also supports us in developing the capacity and capability of our people to help meet the ever-increasing needs of our community including:

  • Through programs including Beyond the Court which aims to help Associations deliver a better experience for their members.

  • Supporting clubs and Associations to use Netball Australia’s MyNetball platform. This provides the convenience of registering online and allows you to easily check your fixtures, results and ladders on your phone.

  • Face-to-face and live webinar training on a wide range of topics like MyNetball and Complaints Management

Play your way!

Memberships help us to promote netball and raise awareness to the many ways people in our communities can be involved, your membership enables Netball NSW to develop and support programs such as:

  • NetSetGo that encourages school children ages 5-10 to become involved and learn the netball basics

  • Fast 5 – the fun, social and flexible way to play netball.

  • Walking Netball - is a modified version of netball designed for senior women and men - netball, but at a walking pace.

  • Inclusive Netball  – catering for people of all ages, genders, abilities and backgrounds
  • Pathway Competitions

Netball NSW’s pathway competitions provides the ability for us to invest in the talent of the future and nurture the likes of players, umpires and coaches through the pathway.  Competitions such as Senior and Junior State Titles provides our associations the opportunity to compete in a crucial part of the Netball NSW Pathway with talent ID staff working to identify the athletes, umpires and coaches of our future.

Facilities Development

Netball NSW is proud to provide our netball Associations and Clubs, schools, facility investors and all levels of government a suite of resources to help inform and to better plan for the growth and development of our sport. Your support means we can look forward to continuing our partnerships with all these stakeholders, so that together we can continue to deliver high quality netball venues and facilities for our valued (and ever growing) netball community.

Netball has been working with all levels of government and community stakeholders to ensure new netball developments meet current compliance and standards. We advocate for safe and compliant venues for our members and the local communities in which they serve.

Insurance for your peace of mind

Your membership fees pay for your $30 million public liability insurance and personal accident insurance. These insurance options have been exclusively designed to provide protection for you when you are involved in activities that are sanctioned by Netball Australia and all the state/territory associations (such as organised competitions, coaching clinics, official events, playing and training).

It also pays for insurance to cover your club, competitions, leagues, associations and their officials and volunteers.