Netball World Cup 2023 – Travel Packages & Tours
The Netball World Cup 2023 is set to take Cape Town, South Africa by storm!
2023 will be the first time the Netball World Cup touches down in the world’s second-largest continent after South Africa successfully out-bid New Zealand to secure the 2023 hosting rights.
Hosting the 2023 Netball World Cup ensures South Africa will be the first-ever nation to host the Rugby World Cup™ (1995), ICC Cricket World Cup (2003), FIFA World Cup (2010) and the Netball World Cup respectively.
The 2023 Netball World Cup action will be held over 10 days – showcasing a total of 60 matches, consisting of 16 competing nations!
Want to witness the Netball World Cup live in 2023?!
If you want to join us in Cape Town, South Africa to experience incredible skill, speed and action of the World’s best netballers you can either:
- Place a fully refundable $50 deposit and have first access to pre-sale Netball World Cup travel packages.
- Register your details to join the waiting-list by completing the enquiry form and you’ll be notified when packages are available to the general public.
Register today as 2023 will be South Africa’s first ever Netball World Cup and travel packages will be in high demand, so be first!
2023 Netball World Cup – Event Details
|Official event name:||Netball World Cup 2023|
|Event start sate:||28 July, 2023|
|Event end date:||06 August, 2023|
|Performers:||To be announced|
|Event location:||International Convention Centre|
|Event address:||Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa|
With the growth of Netball rising rapidly on an international scale – less traditional netball nations continue to go from strength-to-strength on the world stage.
The Netball World Cup 2023 will consist of 16 nations vying for the ultimate glory!
Australia are expected to once again enter the 2023 Netball World Cup as firm favourites based on consistently dominant Netball World Cup and international fixture performances, but nothing is a certainty on the international stage and the competition is stiff.
Australia’s trans-Tasman rivals, New Zealand are always a quality outfit and will be desperate to bask in World Cup glory – even more so given 2023 being Netball’s centenary year in New Zealand.
Tournament hosts, the ever-improving South Africa will undoubtably look to impress in front of a strong and loud home crowd.
And don’t discount England – as one of the strongest Netball nations, gold is well within their grasp as they proved at the 2018 Commonwealth Games by defeating Australia in the final.
Lastly, the likes of Jamaica, Malawi and Uganda are dark horses that can really take it to the bigger teams on their day.
The 2023 Netball World Cup is set to be an enthralling and intriguing showcase of the highest quality Netball action!