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March 26, 2018
Surrey Sports Park’s very own Vitality Netball Superleague side Surrey Storm will return to the Copper Box Arena on Saturday 23rd June to host 2017 table toppers Loughborough Lightning at Netball London Live 2018.
As the event enters its 5th anniversary, Storm will welcome their new rivals to the fixture as they look to put on the biggest and most exciting event to date for the more than 6000 fans in attendance!
Previously hosting Hertfordshire (now Benecos) Mavericks since 2014, the switch will provide a fresh challenge for Head Coach Tania Hoffman’s side as they look to close out their season with a final round win at the Copper Box Arena and secure a spot in the post-season play-offs.
Having taken 3 wins from 4 previous London Live appearances, including a comfortable triumph in 2017, Storm will be confident of taking victory when the two sides meet in June.
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will play host to the annual event in the same Arena which saw handball, modern pentathlon and goalball during London 2012 nearly 6 years ago.
Having since become London’s home of netball, hosting regular England internationals and the Superleague Grand Final 3 seasons in a row, the Copper Box Arena regularly hosts a number of international sporting events including basketball, badminton, boxing and table tennis.
Tickets on sale now!
Want to be part of the big game? Tickets are on sale now from £20 for adults and £15 for children, with discounts available for families and groups (perfect for clubs wanting to host socials and post-season celebrations).
We also have a great offer for schools wanting to organise trips, with 1 free bronze adult ticket available for every 10 bronze junior tickets purchased, meaning teachers can come for free! For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at the highlights from the 2017 event for a taste of what to expect!
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