England v Scotland on 7 August will kick off Sky Sports’ exclusively live coverage of this summer’s Netball World Cup in Australia.

Sky Sports will be the only place to follow all the action from the tournament with every England game live and at least three matches every day including the semi-finals and Final.

From 7 – 16 August, England, Wales and Scotland will compete with the best teams in the world on the biggest stage in netball. As well as at least three hours of live match coverage every day, viewers will be kept up to date with all the results, news and match reaction on Sky Sports News HQ, and join the conversation with @SkyNetball.

Day one’s coverage on Sky Sports 3 features three matches back-to-back starting with England v Scotland, followed by world number two side New Zealand against Barbados, before defending champions and highest ranked team in the world Australia take on Trinidad & Tobago.

Helen Falkus, Sky Sports director for netball, said:
“The World Cup will showcase the best that netball has to offer and it's very exciting that the biggest stars of the game will be live on Sky Sports this summer. The tournament is a chance for the Home Nations to pit themselves against the world’s best, and England will be hoping to finally beat Australia and New Zealand on the biggest stage.”

The Netball World Cup is part of Sky Sports’ unrivalled coverage of women’s sport this summer which includes the Ladies European Masters, U.S. Women’s Open Golf, the Women’s Ashes, U.S. Open Tennis and the Solheim Cup.

Netball World Cup matches confirmed on Sky Sports so far are as follows:


England v Scotland 5.50am
New Zealand v Barbados 7.50am
Australia v Trinidad & Tobago 12:05pm

8 August

Barbados v Australia 6.20am
England v Jamaica 8.20am
Sri Lanka v Malawi 10.20am

9 August

Australia v New Zealand 5.20am
England v Samoa 7.20am
Sri Lanka v Malawi 9.20am

10 August

Zambia v Fiji 6.20am
Uganda v Wales 8.20am
Scotland v Jamaica 9.20am

11, 12, 13 & 14 August

Qualification matches T.B.C. Follow @SkyNetball for details.

15 August

Semi-finals LIVE

16 August

Bronze medal match & Final LIVE

Fans will be able to watch the action live on mobile, laptop and selected tablets via Sky Go wherever they are. Non-subscribers can also see matches without a contract through online streaming service NOW TV. By purchasing a Sky Sports Day Pass for £6.99 or Sky Sports Week Pass for £10.99, they can enjoy access to all seven Sky Sports channels and watch on a TV with a NOW TV Box or on a range of devices.