Looking to buy, swap, or sell a secondhand ANC uniform item? Join our Attadale Netball Club Uniform Swap Facebook page, and see if there's a club member who can help you out! You can also purchase new Club Scarves on the swap page. Find us here:
If you're after brand new uniform items, then you can contact Blitz Sports Goods to make an order. Your opportunity to try on and buy uniforms for the 2019 season are on the following dates only:
Tuesday 19th February 2019 (times TBC)
Wednesday 20th February 2019 (times TBC)
The Club does not keep uniforms in stock, so ordering early is essential! If you're unsure, contact our Uniforms Coordinator for help.
If you miss the ordering dates, there is a risk that you will not have a playing uniform ready for the start of the season. This means that it is vital to utilise the specified dates if you need them. Please contact our Uniforms Coordinators immediately for assistance if this occurs.
Existing players: please try on your old uniform prior to attending trials; if your uniform no longer fits, you still need to attend one of these dates to ensure you have a fitting playing uniform for the start of the season.
Playing uniforms are compulsory for all Club players. Junior players (born 2004 to 2012) must wear the Club skirt and top. Senior and 17U players (born 2003 and earlier) must wear the Club dress.
In addition to the playing uniform, there are also optional Club uniform items that you can choose to purchase. These include Club socks, Club scarves, bloomers, Club logo fleeces, and Club logo jackets.
All players must wear white or Club socks and black sports briefs with their Club uniform, however the briefs must not be visible below the hemline of the skirt or dress.
Uniforms are only intended to be worn on Saturdays for games. For training, players should be dressed in appropriate sporting gear. This includes wearing appropriate sports shoes, and removing all jewellery.
Fremantle Netball Association's Players Uniform policy states that players wearing any jewellery will not be permitted to take the court on game days. Taping is not an acceptable alternative to removal. This includes earrings and other body piercings, necklaces, rings, bracelets, and other decorative adornments. Wedding rings and medical alert bracelets are exempt from this rule, but must be taped down securely. This policy is important for maintaining player safety on the court.
Check with FNA if you have any questions or concerns about this policy.