Find your play
One of the most popular and thrilling games played in London is netball. Netball clubs in London are equipped with high quality facilities which gives you an experience totally worth the effort you put in. With floodlights, changing rooms, parking areas, pay as you play and more, you have all the facilities you can ask for in these clubs. We take a look at some of the best courts you could play netball in London.
Chobham Academy, based near the Olympic Park in Stratford, is a newly built school that is part of the Olympic legacy project. The netball courts at this venue include four floodlit MUGAs marked with reduced sized netball courts. In addition to this, the venue boasts two unlit full size netball courts and indoor courts within the sports hall.
Kensington Aldridge Academy, has an excellent indoor netball court in addition to its other high quality sports facilities. The West London venue is in a great location, just up the road from Latimer Road underground station. The indoor court means you can play all year round without battling varying weather conditions and the onsite changing rooms are ideal if you're coming straight from work.
Rocks Lane is floodlit and has an artificial 3G surface for its netball courts, allowing the sport to be played all year round. This facility offers a free forty minute taster session. The nearest rail station is Barnes in West London, across the Thames from Fulham's Craven Cottage football ground, but there is also free parking at the facility if travelling by car is more convenient for you.
Based in East London, Third Space boasts world class facilities for 5 different sports. The venue is in the heart of Canary Wharf, a 5 minute walk from the underground station of the same name and has a state of the art sports hall, perfect for a game of netball. The indoor court comes with changing rooms and pay and display parking. Whatever the weather, your game is on.
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