Netball Court Size and Dimensions
Netball is played on a hard court (like basketball). The court has scoring rings at both ends, and is divided into three parts by lines that indicate the boundaries of the areas in which members of each time are allowed to move. There are two hemispherical areas at each end called “shooting circles.” All scoring shots can only be taken within this designated area.
A netball court size is 30.5 metres (100 feet) long and 15.25 metres (50 feet) wide, which is divided into thirds. There is a centre circle with a diameter of 0.9 metres (3 feet) and two goal circles which are semi-circles measuring 4.9 metres (16 feet) in radius. All lines are part of the court and measure 50mm (2 inches) in width.
The netball goal posts are placed mid point of each goal line and measure 3.05 metres (10 feet) in height. The goal rings have an internal diameter of 380mm (15 inches). The goal ring projects horizontally from the post on a single attachment measuring 150mm (6 inches) in length.
In recent times the safe run off areas have been redefined resulting in some venues being below competition size. 3.05m is required to obstacles and 3.65m between courts. Please see our useful links for more information.
Please see netball dimensions and specifications in the PDF below.
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Full size Netball courts
- Line Markings 30.5m x 15.25m
- Court size 34.5m x 19.25m
Ideally completion netball is played on a concrete or asphalt hard court.
However synthetic grass offers a great many advantages for junior leaguer players.
We offer the Dulux tru-Flex system for all hard courts.Tru-Flex is 100% Australian made for Australian conditions and comes with a 7 year warranty (the Industry’s longest).