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England Netball introduces the ParaNetball Championships

On 14-15 June 2019, England Netball is hosting the inaugural ParaNetball Championships in Nottingham for deaf players, players with a learning disability and children with special educational needs. 

Girls playing netball

The three events will take place at the Lee Westwood Sports Centre at Nottingham Trent University and are free to enter. The Championships will provide a great opportunity for deaf and disabled people to engage in this fun, competitive, running team sport. 

Officials will be on hand to educate and guide people through the game and the rules, and to inspire them to continue to engage with this wonderful sport.

The winning teams in each three divisions will be presented with a prestigious trophy! 

ParaNetball School Championship - Friday 14 June from 10.30am-2.30pm 

This event is tailored to young disabled people with special educational needs and learning disabilities. All schools must enter a minimum of seven players to make up a team.   

ParaNetball Deaf Championship - Saturday 15 June from 10am-4pm 

If you have a hearing impairment, wear a hearing aid or implant you are eligible to enter this event. You can enter as an individual, group of people or full team. 

ParaNetball Club Championship - Saturday 15 June from 10am-4pm

Clubs can take part in this new event which has been created for people with intellectual impairments. 

How to enter

All standards are welcome, spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis, so please complete the entry form and return it to to avoid missing out on this fantastic opportunity!

Find out more about netball on England Netball's website.