2024 Australian Men’s & Mixed Netball Championships

Netball Events and Tournaments
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What is the Australian Netball Championships?

Established in 1985, the inception of the Australian Men’s & Mixed Netball Association (AMMNA) was marked by Victoria and South Australia taking the lead as founding members. This historic moment also witnessed the inaugural Men’s and Mixed Netball Championship, held in Melbourne during April 1985.

Throughout the span of more than 3 decades, the Australian Men’s & Mixed Netball Championships has undergone a remarkable evolution. With participation from teams representing all 7 states and territories, the event has transformed into a platform where competitors contend for a coveted national title and the opportunity to be selected for the Australian team.

The Australian Championships occur every year and showcase the finest Men’s and Mixed netball skills from different regions of Australia. Participants represent their respective states or territories.

Organised by the Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Association, this event offers an exceptional platform for top-tier athletes to proudly represent their state or territories while engaging in nationwide competition. It serves as a steppingstone towards being selected for the Australian teams and competing on the global stage.

Structured in a round-robin format, the tournament spans across seven days. The competition is divided into seven divisions, with teams adhering to INF regulations. Games are played across four quarters of 15 minutes each.

Where will the 2024 Australian Men’s & Mixed Netball Championships be held?

The 2024 Australian Men’s & Mixed Netball Championships have been officially designated to take place at Nissan Arena.

This establishment, under the management of Netball Queensland, serves as the primary venue for the Queensland Firebirds, Brisbane Bullets, and the Queensland Suns.

Nissan Arena stands as a contemporary, cutting-edge facility, boasting a sunken show court with a seating capacity of 4,000. This court is thoughtfully designed for broadcasting purposes and is accompanied by an array of 7 indoor community courts and spacious concourses.

Located in the Brisbane suburb of Nathan, Nissan Arena enjoys convenient accessibility, situated between the arterial roads of Kessels and Mains. Positioned 12.5km from the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, it offers a strategic and easily reachable location.