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Hampden Park Tennis

Hampden Park is part of Eastbourne Borough Tennis. A partnership between the Eastbourne Council, Wave Leisure and Tennis in the Park. Together¬† they run a community tennis programme that aims to make tennis fun and accessible for everyone. Eastbourne Borough Tennis offers court booking, coaching and competitive opportunities in Eastbourne’s Parks. As well as at The Sports Park community indoor centre. All programmes are underpinned by FREE MEMBERSHIP offer to all residents of Eastbourne.

 

Social Play

In addition to plenty of free court time available at Hampden Park Tennis, members can join regular mix-in sessions. Therefore tennis of all levels is always available for all tennis players.

 

Coaching

The club has a team of experienced LTA trained coaches, who are available to help you enjoy and develop your game. In addition to weekly Cardio Tennis, they run regular group coaching as well as individual lessons.

 

Competitive Tennis

As a member of Hampden Park Tennis, you are able to compete in the Local Tennis Leagues. Supported by the LTA, this singles league gives you the chance to play people of a similar standard from all around Eastbourne.

 

Membership

If you live within Eastbourne Borough Council district, then you can join for FREE. If you don’t, then you can simply pay and play on the courts. A range of affordable memberships are also available and entitle you to a different level of tennis. From coaching discounts to weekly sessions and advanced court bookings.

Outdoor Courts: 10

      Indoor Courts: 0

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          Address:
          Hampden Park Drive, Eastbourne, Sussex, BN21
          Telephone:
          01323 703703
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