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Bromsgrove Tennis Club

Situated in Aston Fields, Bromsgrove Tennis Club caters for both social and competitive tennis. The club has an active social scene. Whether you are a junior looking to play, a complete beginner or play to a high standard, the club has plenty to offer anyone looking to join.

 

Social Play

Tuesday evening is club night. This is where all members meet to play doubles with others of varying standards. One of the many benefits of social tennis is being able to play regularly while working on your basic skills. In addition to Club Night on Tuesdays, juniors meet on both Monday and Friday evenings.

 

Coaching

The club has 3 coaches who as well as taking junior coaching sessions, hold individual coaching sessions. For adults, there are regular beginner coaching sessions on Wednesday evenings, Thursday mornings and evenings.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club organises various tournaments throughout the year. 6 men’s teams and 7 ladies teams compete in the local winter leagues. In the summer, 6 men’s teams and 5 ladies teams compete in local leagues. In addition, 4 mixed teams also compete.

 

Membership

With no change to fees since 2016, joining Bromsgrove Tennis Club has never been more affordable. Plus, the club offers a range of membership options for all standards and ages.

 

Extras

Members can often be found in the clubhouse bar. This relaxing space is the perfect spot for a drink, catching up with members or simply watching live sports.

Outdoor Courts: 8

  • Floodlit: 8
  • Macadam: 3
  • Astroturf: 3
  • Artificial Clay: 2

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    • Bar
    Address:
    St Godwalds Road, Aston Fields, Bromsgrove, B60 3BW
    Telephone:
    07742 626089
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