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Surrey Squash exists to promote and improve squash and squash 57 participation throughout the county and associated London Boroughs, to encourage a thriving community of players, clubs, leisure centres and coaches and to provide our junior players with the support they need to achieve their full potential.

Welcome to Surrey Squash

Surrey Squash acts as the representative body for squash clubs and organisations in our region and helps to deliver the objectives of England Squash within the county (which includes some of the London Boroughs south of the River Thames).

Through our development programme we want to help clubs retain their existing members and attract new members, thus increasing participation in both squash and squash 57. This means working closely with clubs, leisure centres, coaches and England Squash.

We have a well-established junior programme, helping to nurture and encourage new talent. This includes a grass roots squash initiative in association with Squash Squared, which gives youngsters in deprived areas, who wouldn’t ordinarily get a chance to play, access to squash.

We have a successful coaching programme, giving our players have access to world class coaching throughout clubs and leisure centres in our region.

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Surrey Squash has 135 junior players across the boys’ and girls’ squads, ranging from under-9’s right up to under-19’s.

Learn more about Junior Squash, tournaments, training and Junior Squash Pathway.

Our region has a vibrant squash community with over 2,000 players from around 50 clubs and leisure centres.

Learn more about Squash in our region and how you can get involved, along with tournaments, training, events and news.

This sister sport of squash – previously known as racketball – has been growing in popularity over recent years.

Learn more about Squash 57, the rules, who it’s for and view training, tournaments, events and news.

Phil Rushworth is running another Graded Squash Tournament on Sunday 21st July. Details are here: Wimbledon Racquets Graded Tournament 2024   [...]

Squash Camps at Grafton

22 July @ 9:15 am - 12:15 pm

Squash camps at Grafton with Marco, see link below for more information: SUMMER COURSES POSTER

Squash Camps at Surbiton

22 July @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Summer holiday camps at Surbiton. Click the link for more details: Summer Holiday squash camps 2024  


Ebbisham Sports Club, Epsom

Ebbisham Sports Club's increased the utilisation of their squash courts during off-peak hours by reaching out to a new target audience of men and women over 50 who generally do little sport. Included in this case study are how they secured funding the steps they took to ensure long-term sustainability.


Ladies Racketball at Woking Squash Club

Woking Squash found fun and interesting ways to engage with a new target audience, while utilising their off-peak courts, resulting in not only a growth in membership, but new friendships for all involved.


Primary School Programme at Surbiton Racket & Fitness Club

In 2017, Surbiton Racket & Fitness Club set out to increase awareness and participation of squash in children attending primary schools near the club. Surrey Squash assisted by providing funds for an assistant coach at each session, and the club guaranteed its long-term success by repeating this programme every year.

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