England Netball have informed all clubs that the 2020 Vitality Superleague is suspended until April 30th at which point a review will take place.
This means that our Team Bath Netball home matches against Manchester Thunder (March 30th), Severn Stars (April 11th), Surrey Storm (April 24th) and Celtic Dragons (April 30th) are postponed. A further meeting will take place between the clubs and England Netball in mid-April to review the situation.
This also means that we don’t yet know what the future of the 2020 season holds which makes it difficult to give any concrete advice to ticket buyers at this stage. We know that this will be frustrating and disappointing for many of you but we’re sure you will understand the unprecedented circumstances that we are all in.
What we do know is that if these newly-postponed matches, along with the match we had been due to play against London Pulse on March 16th, are eventually rescheduled then already-purchased tickets will be valid. If the newly-chosen dates are inconvenient, then customers will be able to transfer to another match but all of this is hypothetical right now.
In the midst of a global pandemic these may seem trivial details to many but we value our Blue & Gold fans and are committed to communicating as openly as we can with you!
Many of you will be working from home or self-isolating so where possible, at this difficult time, we will keep in touch via social media with some netball content to either make you smile, provoke a bit of nostalgia or with which you can interact. Watch out for this content via our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts and via our websites, netball.teambath.com and teambath.com.
Once we have any more news, we will post it on this website. We once again wish you and your families and friends all the best.