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Bishopbriggs Tennis Club

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Formed in 1962, Bishopbriggs Tennis Club offers social tennis, competitive tennis, junior tennis, mini tennis as well as coaching from an LTA qualified coach. Situated near Bishopbriggs Cross, the club’s season runs from April to September each year. Roughly half of the members are juniors and they are actively encourage to join the club.

 

Tennis is a fun sport which anyone can play, any day of the week, with no restrictions on who can play. The club’s only exception is no play before 12pm on a Sunday! There is no room for snobbery or stuffiness at the club.

 

Social Play

There is a strong social aspect with club events at least once a month. As well as informal Gents’ and Ladies’ social tennis nights once a week.

 

Coaching

Bishopbriggs offers a wide range of coaching for children, juniors and adults from an LTA qualified professional. Sessions include adult beginner sessions and junior sessions from five and upwards.

 

Competitive Tennis

For those who are competitive, team play in the West of Scotland Tennis Association Doubles Leagues. Currently, two mens teams and two ladies teams compete.

 

Membership

Joining the club is easy, either fill out the form online or download it and post it. Plus with a number of options, becoming a members is affordable for all. Also there’s no joining fees, playing standard or hassle!

 

Extras

With such a strong community feel, the club doesn’t just play tennis. And as a result there are many social events throughout the year.

Outdoor Courts: 3

    • Shale: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      3 Balmuildy Road, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, G64 3BS
      Telephone:
      07986 942976
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