Netball Ontario
Netball Ontario

Club Membership

New Clubs

Forming a new netball club? Send an email to for membership application forms.


Returning Clubs

Send payment notification of annual membership fees and player listing to

Club Membership fees are due by October 31.



Club Membership Benefits
Liability insurance for facility rentals
Liability insurance for sanctioned club events, including practices, games, leagues and clinics, and certain social events, such as award banquets

Additional Benefits
Ability to participate in NBO leagues and tournaments
Having your club featured on the NBO website with a link to your club website
Promotion by NBO of your club and any competitions, leagues and tournaments



Individual Player Membership

Please register as a Netball Ontario member on the online Membership Portal​
Need help registering?

Membership year:
November 1st to October 31st

Membership Costs 2017 - 2018:
Full Member (player over age 18)
Junior Member (player under age 18 - born after 1995)
Sustaining Member

Where does the fee go?
Netball Canada fees account for approximately half the cost of a Netball Ontario membership, and in some cases more than half.

The remainder of the membership fee is put towards running Netball Ontario. This includes tournament equipment costs, legal, audit and regulatory compliance expenses, equipment storage costs, bookkeeping services, and meeting facility costs, etc. There are many costs associated with running an organization. Netball Ontario is a non-profit organization and posts all of its financial documents on its website. You can see last year's Financial Statements here

What does the fee get you?
Individual Membership
Ability to participate in any Netball Ontario, Netball Canada competition/league/tournament, as well as any event sanctioned by Netball Canada or the International Netball Federation.

Ability to try out for and play on Netball Ontario provincial teams

Excess accident insurance if you get hurt participating in Netball Ontario sanctioned events
Excess accident insurance if you get hurt at a club practice, provided your club is registered with Netball Ontario.

Please note - Excess Accident insurance does not pay benefits payable by your provincial medical insurance (OHIP), whether you are enrolled or not.

Third Party Liability insurance, covering members for legal costs  and damages should they be sued for actions related to participation in an FHO sanctioned events.
More information about Netball Ontario insurance coverage can be found here:


Ability to register for any Netball Ontario coaching or umpiring training and certification courses.

It is important to make sure that clubs are only using registered players, coaches, administrators and referees for Netball Ontario sanctioned competitions and trainings - to ensure that participants in the game are covered by insurance.

An Important Final Point
Member registration and the associated fees demonstrate to funding bodies that an organization is viable and worthy of funding support for programs.

A strong provincial organization is better able to support its members, both individual and club, by developing and implementing  programming that benefits all members in the long term. NBO is entirely volunteer-run and we're always looking for volunteers to help us develop the sport. If you are interested in volunteering with NBO, please email

Haven't registered? Go to the membership portal.


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