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Swansea Tennis and Squash Club

Swansea Tennis and Squash Club have been at the centre of outdoor tennis in Swansea since 1964. The club boasts superb playing and social facilities in a stunning coastal location in the heart of the city.


As a friendly club, all are welcomes and there’s plenty for both adults and children of all ages and abilities to pick up a racket and play.


Social Play

As a member, you can play tennis all year round either by arranging your own games (no need to book a court) or joining in with an organised session.



Even the world’s top tennis names need coaching. So whether you’re a total beginner, someone who’s been out of the game for a while, or an experienced player, make the most of the club’s coaches.


Competitive Tennis

With a super year-round match play, players of all ages have many opportunities. In the summer Men’s and Ladies Doubles teams compete weekly in South Wales inter-club leagues. Also, junior teams compete in Aegon Team Tennis, with teams in age groups from 8 and under to 18 and under.


During the winter, a Men’s Doubles team plays in a South Wales Winter League. Plus there’s a winter league for veterans with Men’s, Ladies and Mixed doubles teams.



If you are thinking of joining Swansea Tennis and Squash Club, then a range of membership options are available. You are welcome to come along and try the club out a few times for free before joining. You can also pay to play as a guest and play with a member.

Outdoor Courts: 9

  • Floodlit: 6
  • Astroturf: 9
  • Artificial Clay: 3

Indoor Courts: 0


  • Clubhouse
King George V Playing Fields, Mumbles Road, Swansea, SA2 9AU
01792 203931

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