University of St Andrews Netball Club

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Over the last 600 years, the University of St Andrews has established a reputation as one of the World’s leading research and teaching centres.  Today, the university offers a flexible degree structure based on your choice of subject specialism or research, creating an environment which nurtures inquisitive minds and a culture of shared learning.  Should you choose to study at St Andrews, either as an undergraduate or a post graduate and you wish to play netball during your time here then you will not be disappointed.


Starting University in a new town and away from home can be daunting.  Sharing your time with likeminded girls whilst playing a sport you love helps you to make friends, settle in and get the most out of your time as a student in this beautiful and historic town.


Joining Saints Netball


We are always looking for new players with the right attitude to join Saints Netball. If you are coming to St Andrews, or you are thinking about joining us, then please get in touch. If you are coming to an Open Day at the University then let the Director of Netball know and she’ll happily show you around and talk you through the netball Programme on offer here at the University of St Andrews.  


When you start life as a student in St Andrews there is always a lot going on. Make sure you find the netball gals at the sports fayre in freshers week and sign yourself up for our trials. The trials, as daunting as they sound, are not something to be intimidated by. Most people enjoy them. You do some skills and then play as much netball as possible! There is a pathway for everyone, whether its joining a squad who play competitively each week in BUCS, or social netball and the opportunity to play for the Development team. Whatever your aspiration or motivation, we’ve got it covered.  


If you’re still unsure about how to get involved with Saints Netball then our details are on the Contact Us page and we’d love to hear from you.

"I've been part of Saints netball for three years now and it is such an integral part of my university life. I've played the sport I love, made friends across all year groups and I honestly cannot imagine not being part of the club”