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Sanderstead Lawn Tennis and Social Club

Established for over 100 years, Sanderstead Lawn Tennis and Social Club is one of the oldest sports club in South Croydon. When the club was established in 1904, it boasted a small timber clubhouse and six grass courts! Today, in addition to tennis, the club has a superb social scene, with events throughout the year.

 

Social Play

There’s three weekly social tennis sessions, which provide an opportunities for members to play regularly. Also there’s plenty of free court time throughout the week, which is available for members own use.

 

Coaching

Tennis coaching at the club is run in partnership with MDL, a local coaching team. MDL offer a range for both individuals and groups. As well as team players, juniors and junior squad groups. If you want to develop your tennis skills, then there’s plenty of opportunities.

 

Competitive Tennis

Club teams are active in the Surrey League. And as a result the club is always on the look out for new competitive players to join the club’s teams.

 

Membership

Since there are no joining fees and a range of options are available, becoming a member of Sanderstead Lawn Tennis and Social Club is affordable for all. So grab your racket, let’s meet on court!

 

Extras

While the club does have a bar, which is a great spot to relax in after a game, members enjoy arranging a number of social events each year. These range from BBQ to charity events and New Year Eve party!

Outdoor Courts: 6

  • Floodlit: 4

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      • Bar
      Address:
      Penwortham Road, Sanderstead, Croydon, CR2 0QS
      Telephone:
      02086 602130

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