Inverness Tennis & Squash Club
Inverness Tennis & Squash Club is the venue for the 2023 Springfield Scottish Squash Open and has become one of Scotland’s well known squash facilities as a result of Scotland’s men’s number 1 & 2 athletes, Greg Lobban & Alan Clyne. The facility boasts a 100+ spectator championship court as well as 3 additional competition standard squash courts, 3 all-weather tennis courts, a gym, fitness studio and a bar lounge area.
The venue successfully hosted the 2021 Springfield Scottish Squash Open and has also played host to many other sporting events including the 2014 Be Personnel Loch Ness Challenger and the Scottish Masters National Championships in 2018 & 2019. Additionally, Inverness Tennis & Squash Club hosted the first stage of the Scotland tour of the Queen’s Baton Relay in the lead up to the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
For more information on the venue, visit www.invernesstennisandsquash.org.
Your safety is our number one priority and we will have a number of measures in place to ensure you have the safest and most enjoyable experience.
Please take time to familurise yourself with the information below.
Please be respectful to those around you by ensuring that you do not obstruct their view or cause any unnecessary inconvenience.
Getting to the Venue/Car Parking
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For a comprehensive accessibility information on Inverness Tennis & Squash Club please visit – www.accessibilityguides.org/content/inverness-tennis-squash-club
The team of staff and volunteers are willing to provide any additional support that may be required for individuals to attend. Please contact us should you wish to discuss any accessibility requirements further.
Smoking is not permitted at Inverness Tennis & Squash Club.
There are toilets inside Inverness Tennis & Squash Club on the ground floor and first floor.