Former Surrey and England shooter Pamela Cookey will make a welcome return to Surrey Sports Park on Saturday 18th February with her Severn Stars side to kick off Storm’s title defence in the 2017 Vitality Netball Superleague season.
Stars are one of three new teams to feature in the Superleague from next season, with Coventry-based Wasps and Glasgow’s Scottish Sirens also joining the line-up with an eye preventing Storm from taking another back-to-back title win.
Following the success of the 2016 event in Birmingham Storm head back to the Genting Arena for this season’s edition of the ‘Super 10’ event in round 2, this time facing arch rivals Manchester Thunder in a 6pm centre-pass.
Round 4 sees the return of the twice sold-out Netball London Live extravaganza, with Storm and Hertfordshire Mavericks once again going head-to-head at the Copper Box Arena on Saturday 11th March.
One of the season’s most anticipated fixtures comes on Saturday 1st April, when Tamsin Greenway brings her Wasps outfit to the Sports Park for a showdown with a plethora of former Storm stars in their squad.
Storm head north for the reverse fixture against Thunder on Saturday 15th April, before round 12 sees a return to the capital to face Hertfordshire Mavericks on Saturday 29th April.
The final round of the regular season will see Storm travel to Loughborough Lightning on Saturday 3rd June, with the top four teams progressing to the centrally-hosted finals weekend on June 10th and 11th.
Starting a month later to allow for various international fixtures early in the New Year, the expanded Superleague line-up means that there will be even more matches for fans to watch this season!
To assist with the huge demand for tickets seen in previous seasons, we are asking fans to submit a season ticket application form rather than purchasing online or by phone directly. This will allow us to honour current holders with guaranteed seats while ensuring that all fans get a chance to watch their favourite players in action this season.
Season tickets are available for application now, with new buyers being placed in a ballot for remaining seats that have not been renewed.
For the first time ever we are also adding additional benefits for season ticket holders, including merchandise discounts, priority bookings for other events and Netball London Live 2017 tickets at a special price!
For more information and to apply now, click here. Please note that matches played at the Genting and Copper Box Arenas are not included in season tickets. News of how to purchase tickets for these events will be available shortly.
Individual match tickets for all games played at Surrey Sports Park (7 in total) will go on sale at 7pm on Monday 21st November via surreystormnetball.co.uk.
Netball London Live 2017 tickets are due to go on sale in late November/early December via netballlondonlive.com.
Be sure to get your hands on tickets for all matches first by signing up for our official e-newsletter – click here.
2017 VNSL Fixture List
We will shortly put together a downloadable file which will put all of these fixtures straight into your favourite desktop or mobile calendar! Keep an eye out for news of this on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
R1: Surrey Storm vs Severn Stars – Sat 18 Feb, 7pm, Surrey Sports Park
R2: Surrey Storm vs Manchester Thunder – Sat 25 Feb, 6pm, Genting Arena
R3: Team Northumbria vs Surrey Storm – Sat 4 March, 6pm, Sport Central
R4: Surrey Storm vs Hertfordshire Mavericks – Sat 11 March, 6pm, Copper Box Arena (Netball London Live 2017)
R5: Team Bath vs Surrey Storm, Mon 20 March, 7.45pm, Sports Training Village
R6: Surrey Storm vs Celtic Dragons, Sat 25 March, 7pm, Surrey Sports Park
R7: Surrey Storm vs Wasps, Sat 1 April, 7pm, Surrey Sports Park
R8: Scottish Sirens vs Surrey Storm, Sat 8 April, 2pm, Emirates Arena
R9: Manchester Thunder vs Surrey Storm, Sat 15 April, 7pm, Wright Robinson College
R10: Surrey Storm vs Team Northumbria, Mon 17 April, 3pm, Surrey Sports Park
R11: Severn Stars vs Surrey Storm, Mon 24 April, 7.30pm, University of Worcester Arena
R12: Hertfordshire Mavericks vs Surrey Storm, Sat 29 April, 6pm, Copper Box Arena
R13: Surrey Storm vs Team Bath, Mon 1 May, 3pm. Surrey Sports Park
R14: Surrey Storm vs Loughborough Lightning, Sat 6 May, 7pm, Surrey Sports Park
R15: Celtic Dragons vs Surrey Storm, Mon 15 May, 7pm, Sport Wales National Centre
R16: Wasps vs Surrey Storm, Mon 22 May, 8pm, Ricoh Arena
R17: Surrey Storm vs Scottish Sirens, Sat 27 May, 7pm, Surrey Sports Park
R18: Loughborough Lightning vs Surrey Storm, Sat 3 June, 6pm, Sir David Wallace Sports Hall