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

Every year, hundreds of men and women (and, even some juniors) take part in the Surrey Cup, a league competition that sees clubs enter teams across many divisions to play competitive matches with other clubs across the region.

We also have teams competing each year in almost every category of the Senior Inter County Championships, with some amazing squash on display and fantastic successes for our players over the years.

We have a successful coaching programme, which means players have access to world class coaching throughout the venues in our region.

Why Squash?

Squash is a great workout for both the upper and lower body, burning up to 800 calories an hour. A game lasts around 40 minutes, so it can easily fit into a busy lifestyle. And, because it’s an indoor sport, it can be played all year round in all weathers.

Squash is also a relatively cheap sport; to play you just need a racket, ball and trainers and leisure centre courts can usually be hired for under £10.

And, with a thriving scene in both members’ clubs and leisure centres, it’s also a very sociable sport.

Tournaments & Training

We run regular tournaments and training sessions, led by our highly qualified and dedicated team of coaches.

Racketball racket, ball and safety glasses

Squash Rules

Knowing – and sticking to – the rules of squash is very important, regardless of whether you’re playing a friendly game, a competitive match or acting as referee.

Download the documents below to familiarise yourself with the official rules of squash.

Junior Programme

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

Surrey Squash Region Map


The Surrey Cup has been running for decades.

These fun and competitive matches, played in a league format, bring together teams across many divisions from more than 40 clubs across the region (click on the map to view a larger version of our region). There are opportunities for anyone who relishes the chance to play competitively, with categories for men and women, all age groups from juniors to vintage and even a separate squash 57 league.

The Surrey Cup is also a great chance to meet and play members from other clubs, with visiting teams being treated to drinks and – in the winter season – dinner, by their hosts.

For league tables across all classes and divisions, click here to visit the League Master website.