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Telford Park Lawn Tennis Club

Telford Park Lawn Tennis Club, an oasis of greenery in the heart of Streatham Hill. Founded on 1st August 1880, the club is the second oldest Tennis Club in London, preceded only by Wimbledon.


Today, the thriving club prides itself on its friendliness and its ability to accommodate members of all ages and abilities. Telford Park provides tennis, social and other facilities for the members, as well as ‘pay and play’ opportunities for the general public. The club is a ‘not for profit’ organisation and has CASC status.


Social Play

Weekly Club Sessions are always great fun and are where members come together to play social doubles. They’re a great way to meet other members, play some good doubles and generally enjoy life at the club.



With a team of 5 LTA licensed and accredited coaches, the club offers extensive individual and group coaching programmes for adults and juniors of all abilities. So if you’re looking to improve your game, there’s plenty of options available.


Competitive Tennis

A number of tournaments for all abilities are available. These include box leagues, American Tournaments, and an annual Club Championship each year. Telford’s nine teams play in the Surrey League and other inter-club tournaments. And as a result, there’s plenty of match play for all standards.



As a not for profit club, Telford Park Lawn Tennis Club offers a range of affordable membership. However, the club does charge a joining fee.

Outdoor Courts: 7

  • Floodlit: 7
  • Macadam: 5
  • Acrylic: 2

Indoor Courts: 0


  • Changing Rooms
  • Clubhouse
35a Killieser Avenue, Streatham, London, SW2 4NX
02086 745979

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