Cambridge Squash Club, is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit community sports club dedicated to the promotion of Squash and Racketball. It currently runs out of the University Sports Complex located at Philippa Fawcett Drive, Cambridge, CB3 0AS which has 5 world class glass backed courts. The club has over 100 members and the majority of these participate in the 25 vibrant evening, lunchtime and racketball leagues. There are also weekly club nights most Saturdays from 17:45-19:15 which are open to all. The club also runs special organised Super club nights every few months which offer free coaching sessions, skills challenges, fun competitions followed by free drinks, food and prizes in the players lounge. Finally the club also boasts a great coaching team which promotes the active Junior program on Saturday mornings 10.30-12 catering for ages 5-17.
Philippa Fawcett Drive
Contact Alistair Dawson , 07960 288 966
The Squash club is located in Comberton Village in the grounds of Comberton Village College. Comberton lies about 5 miles to the west of Cambridge.
Contact Dave Bradbury
Squash is an important part to the life of the Crown. It is an active scene with three men’s teams, two mixed and one ladies team competing in the Cambridgeshire and the Peterborough leagues. Throughout the year we organise competitions and internal leagues to suit all abilities. Courts are booked for 40 minutes, using two tokens. A token costs £3.30. You can telephone a week in advance to book a court. We currently hold the England squash Silver Charter Award.
Contact Rebecca Moore , 01945 773391
Fenland squash club is a small, friendly and enthusiastic club with three superb courts, viewing gallery, shower and changing facilities, leagues, teams, competitions and coaching. We offer everything for the beginning, returning and advanced squash player (and racketball player too). We have a very active junior, men’s and ladies’ membership, with players ranging from those who play to keep fit to those gunning to win the league. Located at Swavesey Village College, Fenland Squash is one of the most inexpensive clubs in the region, and we have free parking! Even better, the courts are open for use “24/7?, giving you plenty of opportunity to get a game in or keep up your training. We always welcome new members to the club so do take a look around the site and do contact us if you have any questions. We hope to see you at the club soon!
Swavesey Village College
Contact John Morley , 01954 780803
Based Within Addenbrooks hospital the Club offers a wide range of facilities to NHS employees and other related employees on the Addenbrookes site and around Cambridge. One of these facilities is 2 brand new Squash courts. There is a Squash ladder which is in operation and also a weekly Club night every Friday evening from 6.15pm - 10.30pm.
Contact Ray Andrew , 01223 840491
Hunts County Squash club is based in the popular village of Hemingford Grey, near St Ives, Cambs. The Club is one of the foremost squash clubs in the county, home to the reigning county champions and with thriving squash at all levels, including a very active junior section. HCSC is part of a multifunctional sports facility at the Hemingford Pavilion, which has a members bar, events hall and excellent conferencing facilities. Whether you want serious, team squash or a friendly knock around, you can be sure of a friendly welcome at Hunts County. There are excellent, qualified coaches available to help improve your squash and we welcome new members at any time.
The Playing Fields
March Squash Club provides excellent facilities for Squash & Racketball for all standards of play & has been committed to doing so for 30 years. The club has three quality courts which have recently been refurbished plus excellent off court facilities including access to March Town Cricket Club’s Bar and facilities.
March Squash Club
Melbourn Squash Club is run by its members on a non-profit basis. Although part of the overall Sports Centre the club has its own identity and membership structure. There are 2 well maintained courts, internal leagues and both men’s and women’s teams who compete in Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire county leagues. The squash club is located within the grounds of the village college school. The courts themselves are behind the main school buildings, towards the end of the parking area, with its own reception.
Melbourn Village College
Contact Sports centre , 01763 263313
With just over a 200 members and growing, Peterborough Town Squash is at the centre of squash within Peterborough. Our members cover all abilities from beginner to the more advanced. If you want to play just for fun or want a more competitive game this is the club for you. We run club nights every Saturday, monthly box leagues, regular tournaments and team squash. We currently run two teams in the Cambs Leagues and four teams in the Peterborough and District League Annual subs are £65 to play just squash and all are welcome. Pick up a form from the club from the rack outside the office or mail or phone Peter Lambert, the Club Manager.
Contact Gareth Andrew
The Club is one of a number of specialist Clubs based at the St. Ivo Outdoor Centre. It caters for all those who wish to enjoy social or competitive squash. The St. Ivo Outdoor Centre has four Courts and has a bar that serves snacks.
St Ivo Outdoor Centre
Contact Enquiries , 01480 388555
There are squash leagues in Huntingdon, St Ives and St Neots for men and women of all ages and abilities. Squash is a great form of exercise and being in a league is great way to meet people with a similar interest, play more regularly and add a competitive edge to spur you on that bit further. To join a league please visit the Clubs & Organisations section on the website. You can hire any of our squash courts on a 'pay & play' basis for squash or racketball. Racketball is similar to squash but is easier to learn as the ball is bigger, play is slower and the shorter racket helps with hand eye co-ordination. St Neots Squash Club has two courts each to hire.
One Leisure St Neots
Contact Andrew Cummins
Stamford Squash Club is situated on Conduit Road, Stamford and uses the Stamford School squash courts. The courts are available Monday to Friday from 5.20pm and all day Saturday and Sunday. Stamford Squash Club is a member of England Squash (formerly known as the ‘Squash Rackets Association’) and has a membership of 170, new members of any level are also welcome. The club caters for all members playing needs whether they play for fun, social, to keep fit or competitive squash. Coaching is available to all members and an induction programme is run for new members.
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The Leys Sports Complex has 3 glass backed squash courts with viewing gallery which can be booked at various times during the day and evening for 45 minute sessions. We also have 2 teams playing within the Cambridgeshire Squash Leagues.
Contact Jeremy Cotton , 07952 038227
The new University Sports Centre boasts five world-class glass-backed courts, an exciting and much needed addition to the University’s sporting facilities. With the backing of England Squash and Racketball (ESR), which represents a major endorsement for Cambridge, these new courts will create a focus for University training and competition and act as a regional squash hub for players of all levels from beginners to international competitors. For years, University squash players have used individual courts spread throughout the city, and team events have required travel outside of the county. Nevertheless, Cambridge has a long and illustrious squash-playing history and among our alumni we count British international players Jeremy Lyon, Sir Nigel Broomfield, Philip Ayton and Harry Leitch.
Philippa Fawcett Drive
Contact Reception , 01223 336580