Shirley Tennis Club Shirley Croydon Surrey
Shirley Tennis Club players
Shirley Tennis Club player

Join us to play tennis in Shirley

Your friendly local club for all ages and abilities

Welcome to Shirley Tennis Club, a small tennis club in the heart of Shirley. We have four excellent all-weather courts and a range of great value subscriptions.

New member FREE taster sessions

Adults and juniors, come and enjoy up to 3 free club sessions before you join. We look forward to seeing you on court soon!

Members play all year round, you’ll find people playing tennis on several days of the week. Whether it’s competitive play or simply a friendly hit, there’s something here for you.

Weekly club sessions

Why not come along and join in one of our popular club sessions on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9.30-12.00? Or Saturday afternoons from 1.00? No need to book a place or come accompanied, just turn up and join the others for some friendly doubles games.

Club sessions, Shirley Tennis club

Coaching, competition

There’s coaching for both adults and juniors. Competition? We play league and friendly matches with other clubs throughout the summer.

New membership enquiries

If you are a budding tennis player, love the game or keen to pick up that dusty racket again, please find out about our membership options or get in touch here. Come down to the club and enjoy your free taster sessions before you commit.

We’re easy to find

Spring Park Road (alongside St John’s School), Shirley, Croydon, Surrey CR0 5EL.

A positive tennis experience for everyone

Shirley Tennis Club was established 1950 and plays on land bequeathed to the Shirley Community ‘for the purposes of recreational facilities’. The club is registered as a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) for being non-profit making and open to the whole community. We are a club run by a committee of members for the benefit of its members.

Safeguarding Policy

Shirley tennis club acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults at risk.  The club is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice and LTA requirements.  A copy of the club’s full safeguarding policy is available from the main clubhouse or from Keith Bartley our safeguarding and welfare officer.

The Club Welfare Officer can be contacted on: 020 8654 2809 or by email at Keith