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Tracey Neville

Coached England Netball to win gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
  • MBE
  • Current Assistant Coach at Adelaide Thunderbirds
  • Former Head Coach of England Netball team
  • Former Manchester Thunder Head Coach & Performance and Operations Director
  • 81 England Netball Caps
  • Sky Sports Netball co-commentator and pundit
  • Vitality Ambassador
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Tracey Neville's 2024 biography

Honours:

– Player

Northern Thunder

  • Super Cup Winners: 2002

Contax

  • South Australia Farmers Union League Winners: 2000

– Coach

England

  • Commonwealth Games Winners: 2018
  • European Netball Championship Winners: 2015, 2016, 2017
  • Netball Quad Series Runners Up: 2018 (Jan), 2018 (Sep), 2019

Northern Thunder/Manchester Thunder

  • Netball Superleague Winners: 2012, 2014, 2022
  • Mike Greenwood Trophy Winners: 2012, 2013, 2014

Tracey Neville’s background

Tracey Neville MBE is a former England netball international and former England Head Coach.

As a player, she was a member of the England teams that won bronze at the 1998 Commonwealth Games and 1999 World Netball Championships and made 81 senior appearances for the national team. She began her netball playing career at YWCA Bury before going on to play for Northern Thunder (now Manchester Thunder) and Leeds Carnegie (now the Yorkshire Jets). Tracey also spent time overseas in Australia for the 2000 season, playing for Contax and later Adelaide Thunderbirds.

Tracey transitioned into coaching at Northumbria, where she was appointed Head Coach ahead of the 2011 Netball Super League. She then moved to Manchester Thunder until 2015, during which time she lead the team to two Netball Super League titles in 2012 and 2014.

She was then appointed England’s Interim Coach, in 2015 and guided the team to bronze at the 2015 Netball World Cup. Following this, her appointment was made permanent. Tracey went on to win the 2015, 2016 and 2017 European Netball Championships and was instrumental in England’s first ever gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, just days after suffering a miscarriage.

Tracey, twin sister of Phil, younger sister of Gary and daughter of Neville Neville received an MBE in the 2016 New Year Honours list for services to netball. In 2019, Tracey and Phil both coached England women’s national teams to the semi-final stages of the 2019 Netball World Cup and 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup respectively. After the World Cup, Tracey announced she was retiring from Netball in order to start a family. That same year, Tracey became a partner with Vitality, who she has worked closely with when she managed the national side.

After the birth of her son Nev, Tracey turned her focus to public speaking, appearing at many conferences, including the iconic Sports Leaders, and became a regular pundit and co-commentator for Sky Sports.

In 2022, Tracey returned to netball, re-joining her former Vitality Netball Super League franchise, Manchester Thunder, as a Board Member and Performance & Operations Director. In the October, she announced she would be moving to Australia and taking on the role of Assistant Head Coach at Adelaide Thunderbirds, supporting the team through the 2023 Suncorp Super Netball season.

Honours:

– Player

Northern Thunder

  • Super Cup Winners: 2002

Contax

  • South Australia Farmers Union League Winners: 2000

– Coach

England

  • Commonwealth Games Winners: 2018
  • European Netball Championship Winners: 2015, 2016, 2017
  • Netball Quad Series Runners Up: 2018 (Jan), 2018 (Sep), 2019

Northern Thunder/Manchester Thunder

  • Netball Superleague Winners: 2012, 2014, 2022
  • Mike Greenwood Trophy Winners: 2012, 2013, 2014

Tracey Neville’s background

Tracey Neville MBE is a former England netball international and former England Head Coach.

As a player, she was a member of the England teams that won bronze at the 1998 Commonwealth Games and 1999 World Netball Championships and made 81 senior appearances for the national team. She began her netball playing career at YWCA Bury before going on to play for Northern Thunder (now Manchester Thunder) and Leeds Carnegie (now the Yorkshire Jets). Tracey also spent time overseas in Australia for the 2000 season, playing for Contax and later Adelaide Thunderbirds.

Tracey transitioned into coaching at Northumbria, where she was appointed Head Coach ahead of the 2011 Netball Super League. She then moved to Manchester Thunder until 2015, during which time she lead the team to two Netball Super League titles in 2012 and 2014.

She was then appointed England’s Interim Coach, in 2015 and guided the team to bronze at the 2015 Netball World Cup. Following this, her appointment was made permanent. Tracey went on to win the 2015, 2016 and 2017 European Netball Championships and was instrumental in England’s first ever gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, just days after suffering a miscarriage.

Tracey, twin sister of Phil, younger sister of Gary and daughter of Neville Neville received an MBE in the 2016 New Year Honours list for services to netball. In 2019, Tracey and Phil both coached England women’s national teams to the semi-final stages of the 2019 Netball World Cup and 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup respectively. After the World Cup, Tracey announced she was retiring from Netball in order to start a family. That same year, Tracey became a partner with Vitality, who she has worked closely with when she managed the national side.

After the birth of her son Nev, Tracey turned her focus to public speaking, appearing at many conferences, including the iconic Sports Leaders, and became a regular pundit and co-commentator for Sky Sports.

In 2022, Tracey returned to netball, re-joining her former Vitality Netball Super League franchise, Manchester Thunder, as a Board Member and Performance & Operations Director. In the October, she announced she would be moving to Australia and taking on the role of Assistant Head Coach at Adelaide Thunderbirds, supporting the team through the 2023 Suncorp Super Netball season.

Tracey Neville's 2024 speaking fees

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