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David Lloyd Clubs Birmingham

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Sports at David Lloyd Clubs Birmingham are really varied. So, there’s bound to be something you’ll like. The club’s range of fitness activities includes swimming, a gym, exercises classes, and racquets as well as tennis.

 

Tennis was the starting point for David Lloyd. So, there’s nowhere better to learn this amazing sport, improve your technique, and spend time with other players.

 

Social Play

There’s a wonderful tennis community at the club, so you’ll always find someone to play against, whatever your level. The varied weekly programme ensure that there’s always something happening including regular social tennis and plenty of court time for your own use. And with indoor and outdoor courts, the weather doesn’t stop play!

 

Coaching

David Lloyd Birmingham has superb tennis coaches who provide both group and one-to-one lesson. Kids can sign up to the All Stars tennis programme, where they will learn all of the essential skills while they’re still young.

 

Competitive Tennis

In addition the superb mix social tennis session, regular competitions and tournaments take place. The highlight of the club’s calender has to be, the annual club championships.

 

Membership

Currently, David Lloyd are offering 3 months of membership for free. However, the club offers a range of membership types including standard, plus and platinum.

 

Extras

The DLicious cafe bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a coffee with friends, or a tasty meal!

Outdoor Courts: 5

      Indoor Courts: 7

        Facilities

        • Clubhouse
        • Cafe
        Address:
        Shady Lane, Great Barr, Birmingham, B44 9ER
        Telephone:
        03451 296773
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