Committees

Amsterdam Netball committees

league & Training committee

Dedicated to maintaining the League between Amsterdam and Utrecht, and retain the top-notch quality of the trainings, the League and Training Committee always have a daunting taks ahead of them. They also spend a big amount of time looking for new tournaments for the club to enter and ensuring the playing season and calander are full.

Sponsorship Committee

Seeking out sponsorship deals is never an easy task, yet these days it's an essential part of a sports club. Our most enthusiastic and motivated members  are always on the lookout for sponsors! If you're interested in sponsoring us, let's see what we can mean for each other. Just head on over to our sponsorships page, or email us directly!

Social & Advertising Committee

This is a big committee with even bigger tasks: Setting up a social calendar for the year ahead, planning pub quizzes, season-end socials and everything in between. This committee is also in charge of the social media accounts such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. They also maintain the excellent blog on our website and will be setting their sights on advertising more of Amsterdam Netball in the new year.

Membership Committee

Without new members, we would be nowhere! Our membership committee takes care of all our new and existing members. They make sure that we have enough funds to book venues, check if members are all paid up for the season, and welcome new members at training and online.

Logistics Committee

This is one of the most hands-on committees, since they have to make sure that all the equipment, balls, poles and bis are ready for each new session. They also handle our swanky new uniforms! Apart from organizing all the equipment, the logistics committee are in charge of letting members know when and where the next training is.

Our committees are the backbone to Amsterdam Netball and our growing club wouldn't run so smoothly without them. If you are interested in joining one of the committees, feel free to get in contact with one of the board members.