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Civil Service Tennis Club

Open to all, Belfast’s Civil Service Tennis Club offers a range of tennis. From regular social play, to coaching as well as competitive matches and tournaments.

 

Social Play

Senior social play takes place on Thursday nights and Saturday afternoon. Where as the Juniors meet on a Saturday afternoon. Non-members are able to take up 5 Free Taster Sessions before joining. Simply join any weekly club social play session to get a taste of the club.

 

Coaching

No matter what your age or standard, a coaching session should greatly enhance your tennis skills. As with any sport, improved technique and fitness levels will help increase your competitive edge and enjoyment of the sport.

 

Private lessons are available for members and non members. Coaching session can also be booked for groups, sport clubs as well as for local business. All tennis coaches are certified members of the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR), International Tennis Coaching Association. And therefore ensure that you will improve quickly and efficiently.

 

Competitive Tennis

In addition to internal competitions, teams compete in Belfast and District League. And as a result, the Civil Service Tennis Club offers many opportunities for competitive tennis players of all abilities.

 

Membership

Open to all, however, in order to join Civil Service Tennis Club, you must hold a valid NICSSA membership. Joining fees are applicable to all membership types.

 

Extras

As a superb community asset, the club hosts a number of social events each year.

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 2
  • Astroturf: 4

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

      Address:
      The Pavilion, Stormont Estate, Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, BT4 3TA
      Telephone:
      07850 541244
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