For the first time in U.S. history, Netball, is heading to Las Vegas! The CallidusCloud U.S. Open Netball Championships will take place at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, beginning Friday, Nov. 9 through Sunday, Nov. 11
The tournament will see ladies and mixed teams compete for the CallidusCloud U.S. Open Championship
Netball is a recognized Olympic sport currently played in over 70 countries and enjoyed by more than 20 million people. Netball is a fast, non-contact game based on the principles of basketball except there is no backboard, no dribbling and players have just three seconds in which to pass the ball.
Las Vegas will bring together over 250 athletes, representing 23 international and U.S. Netball teams – including a record number of 13 states.
Special guest World Series Champion / Major League baseball player Brian Anderson will be in attendance.
Friday night will see highlight showcase games commencing at 6:30 p.m. with USA regional representative teams followed by Team Alberta, Canada vs. Team USA.
We encourage teachers, students and other spectators to come along and learn about Netball.