The Queen’s Club
Established in 1886, The Queen’s Club was the first multi-purpose sports complex ever to be built, anywhere in the world.
Along with first class sporting facilities the Club also offers excellent entertaining and dining facilities, including an elegant restaurant, cafe, museum, and the President’s Room, all of which are located within the Members’ Clubhouse. The overall setting is both tranquil and charming.
This, together with the array of rackets sports available, is why The Queen’s Club remains one of the most coveted memberships in the country.
Throughout its history, the Club has been an exceptional sporting venue, and today hosts the world famous Aegon Championships, the World Rackets Championships, leading Real Tennis events, including the British Open and from 2009 The ATCO Super Series Squash Finals.
If you enjoy playing tennis, then you’ll love the choice of courts available. In addition to 10 indoor courts, there are 27 outdoor courts and 4 different surfaces. Therefore it’s always easy to play tennis at the club.
There is also a weekly programme offering a mix of social games and coaching opportunities along with monthly American Tournaments and Club nights.
The Queen’s Club has over 18 Club teams representing the Club in local, regional and national competitions. Throughout the year there are seasonal competitions bringing everyone together for competition and social fun.
The Queen’s Club is a private Members’ Club, which since May 2007 is owned and operated by the Members. If you would like to seek membership, then you must be proposed and seconded by two existing members. In addition to this, all applicants must have two supporting Members. The club does charge a joining fee.
The club’s iconic Clubhouse, which houses a choice of areas from members to relax, unwind and recount stories from the court! The Members Café is the hub of day to day life and serves a range of breakfast, light snacks and bistro style food. The Television Room is adjacent to the Café and usually shows all the key tennis and sports events.
The Sports Bar is a casual affair where members are welcome straight off court for a post match drink. Whilst next door the Members Bar is a more formal affair and suitable for pre-dinner drinks and cocktail parties.