Where to Play
There are 5,000 courts in England in clubs, leisure centres, universities and colleges, and using our new Finder you will be able to find plenty of great facilities in your local area. First of all, you need to decide which type of facility is right for you.
There are hundreds of clubs around the country offering top class facilities in a friendly, welcoming environment. As well as courts, many clubs also have gym equipment, swimming pools, and tennis courts, and after you’ve worked up a sweat you can reward yourself with a drink at the club bar. Clubs are great for those looking to meet new people, get some coaching, or take part in local and regional leagues. Costs of membership vary, from as little as £10 per month up to around £80 per month.
Leisure centres are ideal for those who are looking to play squash and racketball recreationally, as you are generally not tied into a membership fee, and you have access to other sports facilities such as swimming pools or football pitches. Most leisure centres allow you to pay and play without signing up for a membership, and courts tend to cost around £5 per hour.
Universities, Colleges, and Schools
Some of the best squash facilities in the country can be found in universities and schools, and even if your school or uni doesn’t have its own courts, our Regional Offices will be able to set up links with local clubs. We are currently working on a number of very exciting projects around universities, colleges, and schools, so watch this space.
To find your nearest club or court go to Find It