Individual Membership

Please click below to login to your account.


Please click below to register an account with Wales Netball.

To manage someone else's membership you must first create and account with Wales Netball. Once logged in use the tooltips to guide you through the process of adding athletes and purchasing memberships.

  • Set Login Details

  • Membership Details

  • Club Info

  • Personal Details

  • Contact Details

  • Address

  • Equality & Diversity Information

  • Disability, Medical and Dietary Information

  • Certification


Please enter an email address and create a STRONG password. Your data is valuable so please take password creation and use seriously. The email address and password you use will enable you to log into the Wales Netball Platform and manage your and multiple other memberships.

The available membership types may have been filtered to only show those available based on age. Select to see details and price.

Please declare the Organisations to which you are registered - those Organisations will then have access to your profile.

NOTE: affiliating to a Organisation which in turn affiliates to a League will grant the League 'read only' access to your profile.

If you cannot see your Club, please select 'Unaffiliated' - you can return to this form at any time and will be able to select your Club once they have completed their Organisation Affiliation.

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Gender Identification can be completed in 'Equality & Diversity Information'

We gather and analyse information about our members for equality monitoring purposes. This falls within the special categories of data under UK GDPR, where it relates to members’ racial or ethnic origin, religious or philosophical beliefs, health or sexual orientation. All data collected will be anonymised.

Please note: these fields are NOT mandatory.

Equality Act 2010 definition of disability

Under the Equality Act 2010, a person is considered to have a disability 'if they have a physical or mental impairment, and the impairment has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on his or her ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities’. ‘Substantial' is defined by the Act as 'more than minor or trivial'. An impairment is considered to have a long-term effect if:

  • it has lasted for at least 12 months,
  • it is likely to last for at least 12 months, or
  • it is likely to last for the rest of the person's life.
I certify all details are accurate to the best of my knowledge.
I certify all details are accurate to the best of my knowledge.

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