11 Teams In Singapore To Compete In The Asian Netball Competition 2022



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The Asian Netball Championships 2022 is returning to the OCBC Arena from 3-11 September.

Venue: Singapore Sports Hub, OCBC Arena
Date: 3 - 11 Sep 2022
Admission: from $6

Netball fans can look forward to catching top notch sporting action with the Asian Netball Championships 2022 (ANC) returning to the OCBC Arena from 3 - 11 September. Tickets to the ANC 2022, the first international netball competition since the 2019 SEA Games, are now on sale with prices starting from just $6.

11 Teams Competing

Singapore netball co-captain Toh Kai Wei (in blue) setting up for a shot. Photo credit to Netball Australia.

The 11 teams competing at the biennial event are defending champions Sri Lanka, 2018 runner-up Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei, Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, Japan, India, the Philippines and Maldives. The top 2 finishers will attain automatic qualification to the 2023 Netball World Cup. The 2020 ANC was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ticketing

Tickets can be purchased online via ticketmaster.sg. Concession prices are available for students in Ministry of Education schools, as well as children aged between 5 to 12. 

  • Season Pass
    • Adult: $68
    • Concession: $40
    • Child (5 and above): $20
  • 1st Preliminary Rounds (3 - 5 Sep)
    • Adult: $6
    • Concession: $4
    • Child (5 and above): $2
  • 2nd Preliminary Rounds (6 - 8 Sep)
    • Adult: $14
    • Concession: $8
    • Child (5 and above): $4
  • Semi Finals (10 Sep)
    • Adult: $14
    • Concession: $8
    • Child (5 and above): $6
  • Finals (11 Sep)
    • Adult: $20
    • Concession: $12
    • Child (5 and above): $6

Note that a booking fee will be added.



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Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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