2021-22 Summer Netball Season Update – Spectators Permitted


Published on Thursday, November 18, 2021

Following today’s announcement from the Victorian Government, the NFNL is pleased to advise that spectators will now be permitted to attend matches in the 2021-22 NFNL summer netball season.

This applies to matches being played on Friday November 19 and onward.

The NFNL wishes to advise all patrons of the conditions that will be in place for the 2021-22 NFNL summer netball season.

• In line with La Trobe University requirements, all eligible members, patrons, participants and user groups aged 12 years and two months and above will need to show evidence of being fully vaccinated or have a valid medical or legal exemption to enter La Trobe Sports Stadium.

• All patrons will be required to check-in using the Service Victoria QR code prior to entering the stadium.

• An entry fee of $2.50 will apply for all patrons aged 18 years or over. The entry fee must be paid on card. No cash will be accepted at the venue.

The NFNL will continue to work closely with all clubs and La Trobe University to ensure all conditions are applied accordingly.

We look forward to having spectators return to the stadium for this week’s matches and we hope you enjoy your NFNL experience.

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