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Goostrey Tennis Club

Goostrey Tennis Club was established in 1993 when the Goostrey Village Hall and Playing Fields Foundation opened community leisure facilities. The club welcomes players of all standards. From those looking for social and recreational tennis to those seeking competition in local leagues.


Social Play

Members love the social aspect of playing at the club. And that’s why there are three club sessions each week.  You can turn up and mix in n Wednesday evenings, Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings. So if you want to stay active, work on your game and meet new people, you have a number of opportunities.



There is an enthusiastic Junior Coaching programme, under the guidance of LTA Coach David Richardson. David runs sessions on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings throughout the summer. Also special coaching camps take place during school holidays.


Competitive Tennis

Goostrey Tennis Club competes in the South and Mid-Cheshire Tennis Summer Leagues with two ladies and two mens teams. There is also a the team playing in the Winter & Spring Leagues, which has recently been promoted to the First Division. The club also hosts The Goostrey Open Tennis competition  each year, which is superb way for members to try match play.



Membership is available to residents of Goostrey. As well as the six contiguous Parishes of Allostock, Cranage, Lower Withington, Over Peover, Swettenham and Twemlow.  Annual fees are highly affordable and currently stand at £35 for Adult players and £10 for junior players.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3
  • Hard: 3

Indoor Courts: 0


  • Changing Rooms
  • Clubhouse
Booth Bed Lane, Goostrey, Crewe, Cheshire, CW4 8NB
01260 408341

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