Netball is a thrilling team game originating from England and is now played around the world. It has a long and illustrious history of bringing people together in a fast and exciting competition. The game requires quick thinking, speed and excellent teamwork. Played by two teams with seven players, the goal of the game is to throw the ball into the opponent’s net. The team with the most points at the end of the match is the winner. Netball is now an Olympic sport and is enjoyed by men and women of all ages. Test your knowledge with this fun netball trivia and challenge yourself and your friends to see who is the true netball champion.
1) How many players are in a netball team?
2) What is the size of the netball court?
3) What is the highest international netball level?
4) What is the most important position on the netball court?
5) What is the netball hoop made of?
6) How many steps can a player take with the ball?
7) What is the maximum height that a player can raise their arms while defending?
8) What are the colours of the two teams in a netball match?
9) How many players make up a netball team on the court at one time?
10) How many umpires are typically on the court during a netball match?
11) How many positions are there in netball?
12) How long is a netball match?
13) How often is the match ball replaced during a netball match?
14) What is the name of the defensive move where a player puts one foot in front of the other?
15) What is the name of the defensive move where a player sticks out an arm to try and block the ball?
16) What is the official ball size used in netball?
17) How many quarters does a netball match typically have?
18) How many points are awarded for a goal shot?
19) What is the name of the official governing body of netball?
20) How long does a player have to pass the ball after receiving it?
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