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Farnborough Lawn Tennis Club

Farnborough Lawn Tennis Club is a friendly, long-established, family-oriented club with good playing facilities. New members are very welcome, whatever your level of play. There are sessions throughout the week offering coaching. As well as social and competitive play all year round in various tournaments and leagues.

 

Social Play

Why not come down to a Friday ‘Club Night’? It’s the perfect way to experience the club! These weekly sessions enable members to play some tennis games and catch up with others. Court access is virtually unlimited for all members, daytimes and evenings.

 

Coaching

Adult coaching is available on Thursday evenings with GDTennis. For juniors, there is structured coaching on Monday and Thursday afternoons, as well as Saturday mornings.

 

Competitive Tennis

Throughout the year, various tournaments, competitions and events take place. These are always open to all members and are a great way to stuck into the club! Teams also compete in the Aldershot and District Leagues in both the Summer and Winter seasons.

 

Membership

Farnborough Lawn Tennis Club offers a massive eight levels of membership. So if you want to join the club as junior, adult, or family, there is a suitable membership for you. Club fees are affordabl, with adult membership costing £2 per week.

 

Extras

If you or your children enjoy playing table tennis, then come along on a Friday evening, when there is social table tennis on and coaches around to assist you.

Outdoor Courts: 2

    • Hard: 2

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Tile Barn Close, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 8LS
      Telephone:
      01252 516673
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