Strathclyde Sirens is Scotland’s only semi-professional national female sports team competing in the UK wide, Sky Sports Televised, Vitality Netball Superleague. Playing 10 home matches per season at the world class Emirates Arenain Glasgow in front of crowds ranging from 1400-4000 spectators, women’s sport is on an exciting growth trajectory that’s only going to get bigger!
Whilst the core mission of Strathclyde Sirens is to enhance the development and profile of netball in the UK by providing an elite, world class training programme for our players, coaches and officials, we are MUCH more than just a ‘team in a league’.
Sirens Netball was founded in 2016 by parent company Netball Scotland, and following a strategic partnership with University of Strathclyde in 2018, the Scottish Superleague Franchise has since been known as Strathclyde Sirens.
With thanks to these partnerships, Strathclyde Sirens can continue to excel on and off the court. Strathclyde Sirens are committed to being champions for change and are at the forefront of leading the gender equality agenda in Scottish sport, having already been recognised by a number of political, media and awards platforms for their positive impact and achievements to date.
Since the launch of Sirens Lifestyle in 2020, Strathclyde Sirens want to use their platform as a vehicle to positively impact the lives of as many women and girls around the country in the midst of COVID-19, by becoming a one-stop-shop for all things, netball, positive well-being and mental health, fitness, nutrition, skincare, careers, fashion and more, driven by the role models of our sport.