7 squash courts
UK Growing from 82 courts to 400 courts by 2023
Fastest Growing European Sport

4 million players and 20,000 courts in Spain

What is padel?

Padel is a blend of squash, tennis and pickleball, that is easy to play, fun and extremely sociable. It is played mainly in a doubles format on an enclosed court about a third of the size of a tennis court.

"Squash players will love the social side of padel, which is not always the case with tennis."

--- Elliot Selby

"By comparison, padel was a way quicker sport to learn. The short-handle and no complex overhead service was a bonus. I was able to actually play a game of padel on my first day at the court."

--- worldpadelinsider.com

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Padel isthe fastest growing sport in Europe!

  • enough land to build additional courts in the future
  • building space sized for extra courts if needed
  • online booking
  • dedicated junior programs
  • sports director to organize lessons, clinics, youth programs, and camps
  • box ladders, house leagues, skill level round robins, tournaments, and clinics
  • FREE introductory clinics for non-members
  • water bottle fillers
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