We love netball.

A wonderful family club fielding over 25 netball teams

Our club

Brunswick Netball Club (BNC) has been providing opportunities for netballers of all abilities to join teams and participate in organised local netball competitions since it was incorporated in 2001.

Our training courts are based at Brunswick’s main community sporting precinct at Raeburn Reserve and we share the facilities of A.J.Gillon Oval with the Brunswick Cricket Club and Brunswick Football Clubs. 

BNC participate in the Parkville Netball Association playing at both the State Netball and Hockey Centre (SNHC) in Parkville and Riverside in Ascot Vale

Participating in two seasons a year: Autumn (Terms 1 and 2) and Spring (Terms 3 and 4), BNC fields approximately 25 teams ranging in ages from NetSetGo (ages 6 to 9) through to open. BNC always welcomes new players and/or teams looking to join a wonderful community club.  

In addition to playing, BNC offers coaching and umpiring pathways providing support through learning opportunities.

Please explore our website for further information on our club.

Register your interest to play with BNC

From NetSetGO (six to nine years), Juniors through to Open teams in the Parkville Netball Competition.

Handy sources of information

BNC and Parkville Netball Competition (Parkville) are your two main sources of information.

Brunswick Netball Club

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If you have an enquiry please email us.

 

 

 

Parkville Netball Competition

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Parkville provides information about the competition
and grade your team is playing in, such as:

  • Fixtures
  • Schedules
  • Competition ladders
  • Rain cancellation updates 

Gallery

Some great snaps of our club in action!

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Get in touch

Drop us a message if you have a question, query or feedback.

Brunswick Netball Club acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional custodians of the lands and waterways in the area we are based, and pays respect to their Elders past, present, and emerging. We also pay our respects to all First Nations’ people who contribute and participate as members of our club.