Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre
Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre aims to create a permanent legacy to the 2012 London Olympic Games. The world-class venue hosted the wheelchair tennis during the Paralympic Games and has outstanding provision for both sports. The centre will also bring the world’s best players to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for great tournaments.
The venue is run by Lee Valley Leisure Trust which is committed to delivering enduring benefits for both sports for many years to come by capitalising on the opportunities presented from the staging of the world’s greatest sporting festival, where Team GB’s women’s hockey team took bronze.
Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre combines community and elite use. It caters for players competing at international level, to clubs, schools, enthusiasts and people new to both sports. The centre is also the host of Wheelchair Tennis Championships each November.
For an ideal place to play tennis in London book a court at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre. There’s four indoor and six outdoor tennis courts. So, you can enjoy tennis on whatever the weather. Plus, you don’t even need any equipment as you can hire a racquet and purchase balls on site.
Both indoor and outdoor courts can only be booked up to 10 days in advance if you’ve signed up to be a free member or 15 days in advance if you’re a priority member.
As you’d expect, the centre has offers a complete coaching programme. For kids, they can learn to play tennis and develop their skills with Mini Tennis courses. For the Adult, courses and sessions are available for beginners to advanced players. Cardio Tennis is also available.
The centre offers a range of competitive, coach-led sessions for adults. So if you’re looking for a challenge, then sign up to these group sessions.
Memberships make booking your court or tennis session much easier and have the benefit of booking online and in advance. There are two options available.
Free online membership allows you to book courts or classes up to 10 days in advance, subject to availability.
Whereas Priority booking membership works out at £1 per week and allows you to book courts up to 15 days in advance, subject to availability.