London Pulse v Team Bath – All You Need To Know 

Netball Super League Round 2

Copper Box Arena Friday 17 February 2023, 7.30pm GMT

London Pulse are looking to continue the fantastic start to the NSL season with a Round 2 win v Team Bath Netball.

Last season, both teams won their home match with Bath taking the win in the 3rd place play-off.  London Pulse are fired up to take the win in both normal season fixtures in the 2023 season.

Here’s everything you need to know about the clash with Team Bath.

Tickets are still available for this fixture with over 1500 sold to date


How to follow…

Friday’s match will be live on Sky Sports and on the Sky YouTube Channel, with first centre pass for the clash against at 7:30pm GMT.

You can also follow the action across our social media channels.


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

Team News…

After a convincing win v Leeds Rhinos in the season opener, Sam Bird goes into the match versus Team Bath Netball with a fully fit squad.

“The squad are looking extremely strong in training and all are fighting for a starting 7 spot.  It’s a great headache to have as a coach.  As we head into a double header weekend it’s good to have the entire squad available and ready to get out there.”

Rd One Team Stats:

Team Shooting Stats: 94% (Berri & Sacha – 100%)

Defensive Stats: Interceptions 14 (Funmi 7) ; Tips 19  (Lindsay 8)

Successful Feeds: 81 (Chelsea 36)


The Opposition…

Team Bath finished in 3rd place in the 2022 season and have had a number of changes in their squad for 2023.  With a tough loss in the season opener they will be looking to secure a first win of the season at the Copper Box Arena


The London Pulse Family 

At London Pulse, we are proud to be based at the Copper Box Arena 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 Friday’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.

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