Commonwealth Games

gold-coast-cg2018Netball was introduced into the Commonwealth Games in 1998 and has been an integral part of the programme since.  It is currently considered a ‘core sport’ and it’s position in the games has been assured for the foreseeable future with the ratification of ‘Transformation 2022 – the Strategic Plan of the Commonwealth Games Federation 2015-2022’.

The top netballing nations are all Commonwealth countries and there is a close alignment between the values of the CGF and the INF.

The next edition of the Commonwealth Games will be held in the Gold Coast, Australia from 4th – 15th April 2018.

Click here for the website for the Gold Coast CG2018

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JULY 24: Natalie Medhurst of Australia shoots during the Preliminary Round Group B match between Australia and Wales at SECC Precinct during day one of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on July 24, 2014 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. (Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images)Qualification is determined on July 1 2017

Twelve (12) Teams will be selected by INF to compete in the Netball Competition.
The Competing CGA’s will be:
1. The Host Nation is entitled to enter one (1) Team; and
2. The top eleven (11) CGA’s in the INF world-rankings, having consideration for Regional Representation. Where at least four (4) of the six CGF regions are not represented, the highest ranked CGF from a non-represented continent will be selected within these eleven (11) Teams.

Click here for the Athlete Allocation System including athlete eligibility and timelines for the netball competition of the CG2018.

Previous Editions of the Commonwealth Games

YearLocationWinnerRunner UpThird PlaceNo. of Teams
2014Glasgow, ScotlandAustraliaNew ZealandJamaica12
2010Delhi, IndiaNew ZealandAustraliaEngland12
2006Melbourne, AustraliaNew ZealandAustraliaEngland12
2002Manchester, EnglandAustraliaNew ZealandJamaica12
1998Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaAustraliaNew ZealandEngland12

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