Sport of the Month London Best Squash Clubs By Region

West London: Ealing Squash and Fitness Club

Ealing Squash and Fitness Club offers the best squash facilities and activities for players of all abilities. With two new glass-backed championship courts, Ealing Squash and Fitness Club has the facilities for both competitive and recreational squash.
The club boasts 32 leagues that vary in playing level from absolute beginners to advanced competitors, and coaching is also available at the club. Afternoon “round-robins” are featured throughout the week.
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West London: New Grampians Squash Club

New Grampians Squash Club is located in Shepherds Bush, West London, UK. New Grampians is one of the oldest and most established clubs in London and is run by the four-time World Squash Champion Azam Khan and his family.
The club offers individualised coaching and intensive squash courses for players looking to rapidly improve. With three courts, New Grampians Squash Club provided many opportunities to play recreationally and competitively and learn from fellow squash players.
The facilities at New Grampians Squash Club include changing rooms and showers that were recently recognised by the “Best Showers In London Award.” Squash gear is sold in the club’s on-site squash shop and racquet stringing is also available at the club.
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Southwest London: Christopher’s Squash and Racquet Club

Christopher’s Squash and Fitness Club is an excellent squash club in Wimbledon, London. The squash club includes six well-maintained courts and thriving squash community with many opportunities for recreational and competitive play.

Squash night (open to non-members) is held on Thursday and Friday evenings beginning at 18:45. Simply turn up to play several games of squash and meet fellow squash enthusiasts. Thursday night is most popular night at the club. Playing standards range from very good to beginner for both men and women.

Christopher’s Squash Club boasts seven teams competing in the Surrey Cup League. The first team recently won the summer league in Division 1.

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Southwest London: Southbank Squash Centre

A recent host of the British Open, Southbank Squash Centre offers the top facilities in London as well as the city’s largest squash club. With five high-grade glass-backed squash courts, Southbank Squash Centre has many opportunities to play competitively and recreationally.
Club afternoon and evening meetings are held weekly, including matches, coaching and tournaments for all playing levels.
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Southeast London: Dulwich Squash Club

Dulwich Squash Club is a friendly, family club run by its members which caters for squash players of all standards. The main squash pavilion, which overlooks the cricket pitch, is airy and open. Two squash courts are located here with two more in a recently refurbished lower pavilion, all with viewing balconies.

Club night sessions are held on Sunday evenings. Dulwich Squash Club also offers a squash league with up to 150 participants, a doubles league, a racket ball league, and four club teams competing in the Priory League.
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North London: Southgate Squash and Racquetball Club

Southgate Squash and Racketball Club is a friendly club located in Southgate, North London. The squash club has six courts, a weekly club night, thriving squash leagues and annual tournaments.
Squash coaching is available for squash club members of all playing abilities. The club provides 45-minute free squash coaching and preview sessions for adults every Thursday at 18:30, 19:15 and 20:45. These courses last three weeks and equipment is provided.

The public pay and play fee for adults is £15 for 45 minutes or £17 for one hour.
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Central London: Dolphin Fitness Club

The Dolphin Fitness Club, dedicated to squash and fitness, is located in central London. The club is home to the elite and club player alike. There are a number of resident touring professionals training under head coach Peter Genever, England Squash Coach Level III.

Squash players can easily integrate into the club by entering the internal monthly squash leagues, attending social evenings to play club members, and entering the squash tournaments on offer throughout the year. In addition, all members will be invited to our 'Play a Pro' evenings where each will get the opportunity to play one or two of the resident professionals or just watch and enjoy if playing is too competitive and energetic. Specialist coaching is available daily for all levels.
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