Get your netball tickets as England face New Zealand and Jamaica in Tri-Series
Last Updated: 20/01/14 2:41pm
Watch England's netball team in action
England play host to New Zealand and Jamaica later this month for a ZEO International Netball Tri-Series - and we are giving you the chance to watch the action first hand.
The series will take place at two venues - Wembley Arena and The Copper Box Arena in London's Olympic Park - and we have tickets available for these crucial clashes.
The series opens at Wembley on January 17 with New Zealand v Jamaica preceded by a warm up clash for England who take on England 'A'.
The following evening, England make their tournament bow against Jamaica before the action moves to the Copper Box Arena on January 20 when the hosts face New Zealand.
GET YOUR TICKETS
Tickets for all four great nights of netball are priced at £22 for adults and £15 for children and are available here.
To wrap up a netball feast there's a bonus game the following night when England play Jamaica once again, the action preceded by England 'A' v New Zealand.
Tickets for all four nights are priced at £22 for adults and £15 for children and are available here. There are no hidden fees or booking costs.
To add a little spice to proceedings, Sky 1's A League Of Their Own will be filming at Wembley when host James Cordon, Jack Whitehall and Andrew Flintoff take part in an exhibition match against an all-star team made up of Superleague players.
Wembley has been kind to England this year with victory over South Africa preceded by a memorable series-clinching win over Australia back in January.
This will be the first time in three years that New Zealand will have travelled to our shores in the traditional form of the game, with the reigning Commonwealth champions showing their class in a 3-0 series win last time round.
A more familiar opponent in recent times, Jamaica represent no easier a challenge. A fine trio of performances in Kingston saw England overcome the Sunshine Girls when they last met in the Caribbean in April. However, when they visited in September 2012 it was much closer as Jamaica secured a win in Liverpool and forced England into a decider at Sheffield in order to complete a 2-1 series victory.