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Blossomfield Club

The Blossomfield Club is a sports and social club in Solihull, offering first class sports and leisure facilities for all the family. At Blossomfield you can take part in hockey, cricket, junior football, tennis, bowls and petanque. Or have a go at an indoor activity like drama and chess!

 

Established in 1946, Blossomfield Tennis has grown into an outstanding facility offering access to tennis for all levels, ages and ability.

 

Social Play

There are plenty opportunities to play social tennis all year round whether as part of a club session or during a private game with other members.

 

Coaching

The club’s friendly coaching team offer both individual and group coaching sessions for adults and juniors of all abilities.  Holiday camps and Cardio Tennis are also available.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club is represented in a number of local tennis leagues throughout summer and winter. As well as numerous club competitions.

 

Membership

The Blossomfield Club offers two levels of membership. There is a small joining fee, however the club does offer discounts from time to time.

 

Gold membership enables you access to all courts, club tournaments and social tennis sessions. Gold automatically includes membership of the other sports and social sections within the club.

 

Bronze membership enables you to access to coaching, Cardio sessions and “hit with your kid”. However, Bronze members are not able to book courts or use them unless as part of a coaching session.

 

Extras

The club also run a number of social events throughout the year open to members and their families.

Outdoor Courts: 7

  • Floodlit: 4

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Clubhouse
      • Bar
      Address:
      Widney Lane, Solihull, West Midlands, B91 3JY
      Telephone:
      01217 057432
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