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Fulwood Sports Club

Fulwood Sports Club’s tennis facilities are amongst the finest outdoor courts in Sheffield. The club has hard courts for the winter and Sheffield’s last remaining grass courts for the winter.

 

There is a wide variety of tennis activities at Fulwood. You can enjoy fun family events, as well as social tennis and competitive matches.

 

Social Play

Since some enjoy a less competitive game or two, there are regular social play sessions, which enable members to turn up and mix in. These sessions are also a great way to meet new people.

 

Coaching

You don’t have to be a member to benefit from the club’s coaching programme. As group coaching courses are open to all and run throughout the year. Individual Lessons, Group Lessons and Holiday Courses are also available.

 

Competitive Tennis

If you’re looking for more competitive opportunities then the club competes in a number of local leagues. As well as offering a number of club tournaments each year.

 

Membership

Fulwood Sports Club is a members club, run by the members. This means the club can continually invest in its facilities and offer affordable membership to all.

 

Extras

A unique feature of the club is its tennis pavilion. It is a traditional period wooden pavilion with a viewing deck looking out over the grass and hard courts and beyond to the vistas of the Mayfield Valley. The pavilion is also used to host meetings and social events for club members.

Outdoor Courts: 7

    • Hard: 4
    • Grass: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Chorley Road, Fulwood, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 3RL
      Telephone:
      07802 158315

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