All You Need To Know – London Pulse v Severn Stars

Netball Super League Round 3

Copper Box Arena Monday 20 February 2023, 7:00pm GMT

After a huge win against Team Bath on Friday night and with Pulse recording their highest goal total in the club’s history, all eyes are on the 2nd match of the double header weekend versus Severn Stars.

Last season, Pulse won both the home and away fixture against Severn Stars and will be looking to continue their 2023 unbeaten run on Monday.

Here’s everything you need to know about the clash with Severn Stars


Tickets are still available for this fixture


How to follow…

The only way to watch Monday’s match is to be IN the Copper Box Arena

Quarter score updates will be available across social media


Merchandise including replica kit and many other items will be available on the mezzanine level of the Copper Box Arena

Team News…

Chelsea Pitman is unwell today and will be replaced by training partner and NSL debutant Freya Henshall.  Freya is also part of the London Pulse U21 squad.

“It was a fantastic result on Friday.  It’s always good to get the entire squad on court and try out lots of combinations.  I’m delighted we were able to put a club record breaking score on the board.  It’s a quick turn around to Round 3 but the team are ready and excited to be in front of a home crowd again so soon. ”


Rd Two Team Stats:

Team Shooting Stats: 96% (Liv 96% Berri & Sacha – 100%)

Defensive Stats: Interceptions 13 (Funmi 4 Zara 4) ; Tips 15  (Funmi 6)

Successful Feeds: 96 (91%)


The Opposition…

Severn Stars finished in last place in 2022 but have a number of new players in the squad for the 2023 season.

With 3 rounds under their belt in 2023, they have taken a win against Saracens Mavericks and losses to Surrey Storm and Sirens.  They are definitely not a team to be underestimated and will be looking to create and upset on Monday.


The London Pulse Family 

At London Pulse, we are proud to be based in one of the most multicultural areas of the country where equality, diversity and inclusion are at the heart of everything we do. Regardless of ethnicity, disability, gender, age, sexual orientation or beliefs, everyone is welcome at our Club.

Please visit our website for opportunities to get involved with the club be it as a volunteer, participating in camps or joining us as a partner/sponsor


London Pulse Shoe Exchange

Don’t forget to bring your trainers (new and used but in good condition) to the Copper Box for donation.  These will be redistributed to the local school community in East London via this programme led by our NSL athlete Ellie Rattu.


Fans attending Monday’s fixture at the Copper Box Arena should note that the easiest way to access the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is via public transport.

If you are driving there are two car parks close to the venue – Westfield Shopping Centre and Here East.

Fans are advised to check their journeys before travel, with resources such as TfL’s Journey Planner or the TfL Go app helping to plan your journey.

Supporters may also wish to visit the National Rail website to plan their journey if travelling on the rail network.