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If you’re an avid netball player or looking to get into the sport for the first time since your school days, Manchester has got a whole range of courts for you to choose from, whatever your ability. Equipped with floodlights, changing rooms, and excellent nearby transport links, you’ll have no trouble finding a great netball court near you. Here are some of the best you can find in Manchester.
The outdoor netball court at The Albion Academy is one of the best you’ll find in Salford and would make the perfect venue for weekly netball matches. If you prefer to play indoors, there is also a sports hall available to hire. Parking spaces are provided and there is also a well serviced bus stop nearby.
If you’re looking for netball facilities in South Manchester, Chorlton High School has all bases covered with indoor and outdoor courts available to book for evenings and weekends. The venue is a 5 minute walk from St Werburgh’s Road Metrolink tram stop, but also has parking facilities, so you’ll have no trouble travelling to and from your match.
The three outdoor netball courts at Abraham Moss Community School in North Manchester are clearly marked, and well maintained, to make your playing experience as high quality and enjoyable as possible. If you’re travelling via public transport, the Abraham Moss Metrolink tram stop is right outside the venue, but there are also two free parking facilities.
Wright Robinson College in East Manchester has multiple indoor and outdoor netball courts available for hire, complete with floodlights so you can play into the evening if you’re hitting the court after work. Fairfield train station is a 10 minute walk from the venue but parking facilities are also available.
Belle Vue Leisure Centre
Belle Vue Leisure Centre in South East Manchester is home to a sports hall with facilities for a variety of sports, including netball. The indoor court means you can play all year round and well into the evening, with no worry of your game being rained off. There is a bus stop outside the venue as well as Belle Vue train station only a 10 minute walk away, but there are also parking spaces available if you’d rather drive to the facility.
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