Holyrood Netball Club, established in August 1999 is one of the largest netball clubs in Edinburgh. This year, we have entered six teams into the City of Edinburgh Netball Association (CENA) League.
Holyrood’s growth is due to it’s warm and friendly atmosphere, where anyone with a keen interest in netball, regardless of experience or skill level, are welcomed. We pride ourselves on being a friendly club with regular social events and great team dynamics.
Each team has their own dedicated coach so they can work throughout the season on team and player development. This formula sees Holyrood continuing to improve and produce results to be proud of.
If you are interested in joining our club, please contact email@example.com as we will soon be starting to plan for the season, starting in August.
Holyrood Junior Netball Club
Holyrood’s junior club was established in August 2000, with young girls from various schools around Edinburgh. We like to see our junior club members advance into our Adult club through our developed player pathways.
We currently have six junior teams. Training is on Thursday evenings at George Watson’s College and matches are on Sunday. We hold trials in late August/early September but you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining the club.
Our Juniors page has more information about teams, training, trials and how to contact us.
Other Netball Alternatives
All Nations run four nine-week leagues throughout the year, ladies on a Monday night and mixed on a Tuesday night.
Go Mammoth run beginners and intermediate leagues at George Watson’s College in Colinton or Heriots Sports Centre in the Grassmarket.
Bounce Back to Netball (BBN) is run by Netball Scotland throughout the city.
If you register for trials, we will hold onto your contact information for the season but will only contact you if places become available.
If you take up a place on one of our adult teams, we share your information with Netball Scotland as each player has to be affiliated and insured through them.