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Norbury Park Lawn Tennis Club

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Norbury Park Lawn Tennis Club is one of the oldest tennis clubs in the world. And is the successor to Norbury Park Sports Club, which was founded in 1889 with the Mayor of Croydon as President.

 

Social Play

In addition to regular weekly social session, members can book courts for their own games. So whether you have a partner or not, Norbury Park will enable yo to play tennis often and stay fit.

 

Coaching

The junior tennis section continues to thrive, with regular coaching programs, which include a full LTA Mini Tennis Programme starting with Tiny Tots aged 3 up to the Academy Squad for 13 to 18 years. For adult, the coaching programme includes groups sessions for complete beginners, improvers and intermediates. Advanced players can book one to one sessions with a highly qualified coach.

 

Competitive Tennis

If your up for a challenge, then there are regular club tournaments throughout the year. Teams also competing in the Surrey Doubles League. And as a result, tennis  players of all standards can engage in match play.

 

Membership

Norbury Park Lawn Tennis Club offers a fantastic special introductory offer. For £49 you can join the club for 2 months and also take part in a 6 week coaching course. Of course a full range of members options are available and cater to a wide range of tennis players of all ages.

 

Extras

As a sociable club, members enjoy a range of non-tennis social event throughout the year including Quiz nights, Bon fire, Christmas party and so much more!

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Hard: 4

Indoor Courts: 0

    Facilities

    • Changing Rooms
    • Clubhouse
    Address:
    55 Ederline Avenue, Norbury, London, SW16 4RZ
    Telephone:
    02087 659454
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