The Local Organizing Committee sends everyone a thank you message.
Teams from the following countries will be competing: USA, Australia, Jamaica, South Africa, Uganda, Trinidad & Tobago, England and Namibia. Our global media partner Eurosport will be leading the media coverage from St. Thomas University, Miami Gardens, Florida July 13th to 17th, 2016. The event will be streamed free globally. To learn more about Netball, visit www.NetballAmerica.com, the title sponsor for this global university female sporting event. Contact us if you want exposure during the live global broadcast.
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MESSAGES FROM AROUND THE GLOBE!
“The United States International University Sports Federation (USIUSF) is proud to host the 2016 FISU World University Netball Championships Netball is a fast-paced exciting sport that is played in more than 70 countries around the world and is rapidly growing in popularity in the United States. The FISU World University Championships are prestigious single sport events held in many countries around the world and we are thrilled to host this championship and to welcome the world university sports community to St. Thomas University in sunny Miami.”
—Delise S. OMeally MBA, JD, The United States International University Sports Federation.
Karen Stocks, Managing Director, Twitter Australia –
“One of my biggest passions is netball and I started playing when I was just seven. It’s exciting to see the USA not only playing netball but hosting an elite netball event – the FISU 2016 World University Netball Championship. Having the Americans on board is a key part for the global growth of the game, and it’s great that well-developed netball nations can help make this happen. So I congratulate all the nations and sponsors who are supporting this event and also encourage American corporations to get behind this event as part of their social responsibility programs, and to connect with the international netball community of over 20 million participants. Show your support in enhancing lives of girls and women around the world.”