The Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) have appointed Perform Better as their Official Supplier of Fitness Equipment ahead of the 2021 season, which starts on 12 February.

The VNSL join the Welsh Rugby Union and St. George’s Park, the home of the FA, in appointing Perform Better as their Official Supplier.
Perform Better are the UK’s most innovative supplier of Performance Monitoring and Training Equipment specialising in meeting the needs of the professional sports, education and fitness markets in the UK and Europe.

The partnership will see Perform Better UK create custom warm up and cool down gym areas for the VNSL across its two venues for the 2021 season in Wakefield and London.

World-leading equipment will be installed at the venues (Production Park Studio 001 and Copper Box Arena) for teams to maximise their preparation and recovery both pre and post-match during this unique season including strength kit, activation equipment and general fitness items.

Mark Gladwin, Director of Perform Better UK, said: “As the growth of netball in the UK continues, Perform Better are pleased to partner with the Vitality Netball Superleague in 2021 as their Official Supplier of Fitness Equipment.

“To keep the athletes from all teams in peak physical condition we will be providing warm up and cool down kit throughout this unique season. Perform Better have vast experience with the Vitality Roses and this partnership with VNSL allows us to share our expertise with all 11 teams. Myself and the rest of Team PB are looking forward to a competitive season of world class netball.”

Steve Elworthy, Independent Chair of the Vitality Netball Superleague, said: “We are delighted to have Perform Better on board as our Official Supplier of Fitness Equipment and thank them for their support.

“Our new partnership with Perform Better will play a key part in aiding players across the Superleague in their preparations and recovery during a busy season. I know the players and all 11 clubs will really value the equipment and support provided by Perform Better as the season gets underway.”

All 114 games of the VNSL will be covered live by Sky Sports.