Asia Region

Scope of the Region

The Asian Region covers a total of 49 countries. For a full list of countries click here.

Current Regional & INF Members

Any country within the Region is encouraged to play and develop netball but those who join both the Regional Federation and the INF, either as Associate or Full Members, gain access to a wider range of support services.

The Asian Region currently has 10 Associate Members and 10 Full Regional & INF Members.

If you would like more information on joining your Regional Federation and the INF please contact the INF via inf@netball.org

Full Members

australia
AUSTRALIA
republic-of-china
CHINESE TAIPEI
hong-kong
HONG KONG
india
INDIA
malaysia
MALAYSIA
pakistan
PAKISTAN
singapore
SINGAPORE
sri-lanka
SRI LANKA
thailand
THAILAND
maldives
THE MALDIVES

Associate Members

abu-dhabi
ABU DHABI
afghanistan
AFGHANISTAN
bahrain
BAHRAIN
brunei
BRUNEI
philippines
PHILIPPINES
japan
JAPAN
south-korea
KOREA
nepal
NEPAL
timor-leste
TIMOR LESTE

Other Netball Nations

iran-flag
IRAN
indonesia
INDONESIA
mongolia
MONGOLIA
myanmar
MYANMAR
saudia-arabia
SAUDI ARABIA
vietnam
VIETNAM

Lead Agency

Netball Asia (NA) is the lead INF agency for the Asian region.

Netball Asia has developed a Regional Strategic Plan setting out how they will support the development of Netball over the next four years.

The plan links closely with the INF Strategic Plan – ‘Game Plan’, a copy of which can be obtained through the Secretariat by emailing inf@netball.org

Regional Federation Officials

The current Executive Committee includes:

  • President
  • Vice Presidents
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • INF Regional Director

Regional Meetings

The Netball Asia AGM is held in June of each year.

Competition

There are a range of competitive opportunities available throughout the Region.

Further Information

Further information can be accessed by contacting the ANF Honorary Secretary, Cyrus Medora at cyrus.medora@netball.org.sg.

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