Considered WA’s premiere netball competition, the West Australian Netball League (WANL) is an elite training and league structure that provides the best opportunities for players, coaches, umpires and officials to develop and maximise their abilities. Engaging teams from across the State, the WANL also serves as the primary pathway to the West Coast Fever program for WA netballers.
This competition, formerly known as the State Netball League, was launched in 1989 with 6 metropolitan and 12 country regions. During the initial years, all matches were played in a home and away series, and all players and officials were required to play for the region of their residence. Netball WA celebrated 25 years of the League in 2014. In 2015, following extensive community consultation, the competition underwent a name change, and is now known as the West Australian Netball League, consisting of 8 regions (5 metro and 3 country), with 22 teams across 3 divisions – League, Reserves and 18U.
Click below for more information on each team.