Netball World Cup: Ways to watch the tournament with Sky Sports this summer
Last Updated: 06/08/15 9:40pm
Sky Sports will be the only place to follow all the action from the 2015 Netball World Cup, with every England game live and at least three matches every day including the semi-finals and final. If you're not a regular Sky Sports viewer, here's how to get involved.
What is the Netball World Cup?
This summer, the world's top 16 netball nations will gather in Sydney, Australia for the 14th edition of the Netball World Cup.
Held every four years since 1963, the tournament is the pinnacle event for international netball.
For the first time, the competition will be held over 10 days, and will see top-ranked teams go head-to-head right from the outset.
When: 7-16 August 2015
Format: 16 teams, 10 days, 64 matches
Where: All matches will be held at Sydney Olympic Park. The majority of matches will be held at Allphones Arena (capacity 16,300), although there will be a limited number of day sessions held at Netball Central, the new home for netball in NSW (capacity 850).
Nations: Australia, New Zealand, England, Jamaica, Malawi, South Africa, Wales, Scotland, Fiji, Samoa, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Uganda and Zambia.
Where to watch the Netball World Cup
As well as at least three hours of live daily match coverage exclusively live on Sky Sports, viewers will be kept up to date with all the results, news and match reaction on Sky Sports News HQ, skysports.com and can join the conversation with @SkyNetball.
Defending champions Australia follow the home nations clash between England and Scotland on the opening day, as they face Trinidad & Tobago before New Zealand take on Barbados.
Australia and New Zealand will meet on day three of the World Cup.
There will be three more clashes on Sky Sports on day two as Tracey Neville's England take on Jamaica, Australia face Barbados and Malawi meet Sri Lanka.
Australia and New Zealand get day three underway on Sky Sports 3 HD before England face Samoa and Malawi clash with Singapore.
Wales are in action on day four against Uganda, while Scotland take on Jamaica.
The tournament then enters the qualification round and Sky Sports will be there all the way to the final on August 16 to show you the best of the action live.
How to watch the Netball World Cup with Sky Sports
Only Sky brings you the complete sports viewing experience for only £24.50 extra per month. Watch all seven channels whenever and wherever with Sky Go. This price includes the ultimate second screen experience with Sky Sports iPad app included in your contract.
Our sports package Includes Sky Sports News HQ, Sky Sports 5 and Sky Sports F1.
If you're a Sky Sports subscriber, you'll be able to watch the Netball World Cup live on mobile, laptop and selected tablets via Sky Go.
Watch live footage or catch-up, available at no extra cost to all Sky Sports 1 & 2 customers. Sports highlights are also available with On Demand.
Available on compatible laptop, tablet and mobile devices (requires 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi. UK & Ireland only)
No Sky Sports? No problem.
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