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Fulford Tennis Club

Founded in 1949, Fulford Tennis Club is a friendly and successful club on the east side of York. The club welcomes players of all ages and standards.

 

Social Play

Club sessions for adults take place on Thursday evenings and Saturday afternoons, all year round. Plus, there’s also plenty of court time for member to book.

 

Coaching

LTA qualified coaches, Léo Knighton and Katy Sykes, provide exciting programmes for juniors and adults of all abilities, from beginners to more advanced players. Individual sessions are also available and are tailored to specific needs, they are a great way to improve technique and confidence.

 

The club is successfully building a juniors section and works with local schools through LTA-supported programmes to inspire juniors to take up the sport. Many juniors join the half-term, Easter and Summer camps organised and delivered by the club’s coaches.

 

Competitive Tennis

Fulford currently has 6 Mixed teams in the I.T. Sports League, 3 Ladies teams in the Fulford Invitation League and 2 Men’s teams in the Tyke Petroleum league. Also, the club organises a number of tournaments throughout the year for members.

 

Membership

With adult membership costing less than £2 a week, joining Fulford Tennis Club is affordable for all. And of course, the club offers a range of membership package, which cater to all types of tennis players. You can even join online!

 

Extras

Also, as the members are a very sociable bunch, there’s a range of off-court social/themed events organised by the club throughout the year.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Fulfordgate, Fulford, York, North Yorkshire, YO10 4LY
      Telephone:
      01904 424179

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