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Waterside Tennis Club

Waterside Tennis Club, the home of tennis on the edge of the New Forest. Based in Holbury, the friendly club is open to all. The members are aged from single digits to octogenarian, and from complete beginner to regular match players, so whatever your age or skill you’re sure to fit in.


The club is located at the Waterside Sports and Social Club and in addition to tennis clubhouse, members have access to the Waterside Sports and Social Club wider facilities including a fully licensed bar and cafe.


Social Play

Club nights are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays evenings, Sunday mornings, and Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Juniors sessions Saturday mornings. You can play on the courts at any other time and they are available on a pay to play basis. Under 16s need to have their parent/guardian present to open the clubhouse and courts.



For those that want to take their game further, coaching is provided by the Totton and Eling Tennis Centre. Sessions are provided on a course basis and follow the current school half-term (usually 6 or 7 weeks).


Competitive Tennis

Club teams are active in local leagues, both in the summer and winter. In addition, the club hosts club competitions throughout the year.



Waterside Tennis Club offers a variety of competitive membership packages, which cater to a wide range of players.



As you would expect the club plays a lot of tennis, however, there is also a varied social calendar, plenty of skittles and quiz evenings, barbeques and fun tournaments! Come and join the fun!

Outdoor Courts: 4

  • Floodlit: 4
  • Hard: 4

Indoor Courts: 0


  • Changing Rooms
  • Clubhouse
  • Bar
179-181 Long Lane, Holbury, Southampton, Hampshire, SO45 2PA
02380 667532

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