Fast5 All-Stars To Have Global TV Reach

Saturday’s British Fast5 Netball All-Stars Championship will put Superleague teams on a global stage with a host of international TV networks set to broadcast the event live.

The Fast5 All-Stars will be shown live throughout from 1pm on Sky Sports Mix, which is available to all Sky TV customers on channel 121.

Each team had the opportunity to include two global All-Star players in their squads, and fans in the home nations of every All-Star selected will also be able to enjoy the event live.

Australian’s Sharni Layton (Surrey Storm), Ashleigh Brazill (Severn Stars), Gia Abernethy (Strathclyde Sirens) and Beryl Friday (Team Bath) will all be in action with Fox Sports broadcasting the event live.

Sky will show the Fast5 All-Stars in New Zealand, with Cat Tuivaiti in action for Sirens and Jo Trip lining up for benecosMavericks.

Kwese Sports will broadcast the tournament live across Sub-Saharan Africa, meaning those following South Africa’s Renske Stoltz and Uganda’s Peace Proscovia (both representing Loughborough Lightning) will also be able to see the action.

British Fast5 All-Stars Championship – International TV broadcasters
Sky Sports (UK & Ireland)
KWESE (Sub-Sahara & South Africa)
VIASAT (Scandinavia and Baltic States)
DAZN Germany
DAZN Canada
DAZN Italy
DAZN Japan
Fox Australia
SKY (New Zealand)

Featuring 12-minute matches, an all-star 5-point line and a Golden Buzzer Power Play, the British Fast5 Netball All-Stars Championship is an all-action afternoon of non-stop, pulsating netball as the top eight teams from the 2018 Netball Superleague battle it out to be crowned 2018 All-Star Champions.

Tickets for the 2018 British Fast5 Netball All-Stars Championship will be available via with tickets priced at £20, £30 and £40 with courtside hospitality tickets available at £99. Under 18s receive 50% off tickets, excluding courtside hospitality. Family and group discounts will be available.

The 2018 British Fast5 Netball All-Stars Championship will take place 1-6pm on Saturday, October 13 at Copper Box Arena, London.