The International Netball Federation (INF) is the internationally recognised governing body for Netball.
Established in 1960, the INF is responsible for the world rankings, maintaining the rules for netball and organising the Netball World Cup, World Youth Netball Championships and the Fast5 Netball World Series.
The INF headquarters are based in Manchester, England.
The INF is affiliated to the SportAccord (formerly known as General Association of International Sports Federations), the International World Games Association and the Association of Recognised Sports Federations, receiving funding from the International Olympic Committee.
Over 70 National Netball Associations are affiliated to the INF and are grouped into 5 Regions – Africa, Asia, Americas, Europe and Oceania – each with a respective Regional Federation.
Regional Federations are an integral part of the global governance structure and assist in the implementation of INF policies and development of the sport in their respective regions.
Contact the INF by email [email protected] for more information or visit the website at www.netball.org for the latest news about the game of netball around the world.