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Knightwood Tennis Club

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Knightwood Tennis Club is a small friendly club based at Knightwood Leisure Centre in the Valley Park/Knightwood region of Chandler’s Ford near Southampton in Hampshire.

 

Social Play

The friendly members enjoy meeting for club sessions every Tuesday and Thursday evenings. These are a great way to play regular tennis while meeting new people. Thanks to floodlighting, these events continue all year round. Also as a member you can easily book a court for your own matches.

 

Coaching

While the club doesn’t offer any coaching, Junior and Adult lessons can be arranged.

 

Competitive Tennis

If you’re looking for more match play, then the club competes in Hampshire Summer and Winter leagues. And so you are welcome to join one of the club’s ladies, mens and mixed teams.

 

Membership

If you’re thinking about joining Knightwood Tennis Club, then come along to a social tennis session. Then when you’re ready to join, the club offers three membership types: Adult, Junior, and Concession. Since there is no joining and fees are affordable, becoming a member is easy.

 

Extras

As a family friendly club, members love playing tennis and also the range of social events throughout the year. These social events are fully inclusive and are a great way to meet new people.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      Address:
      Knightwood Leisure Centre, Skys Wood Road, Chandler's Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO53 4SJ
      Telephone:
      07870 482654
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