Welcome to Purley Lawn Tennis Club

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** COVID-19 Update **
Following the easing of restrictions on sports facilities announced on May 10th we are pleased to announce that Purley Tennis Club will be operating a limited number of courts for singles play only or doubles if all from the same household which can be booked online by current members and is subject to strict safety rules. There are no pay and play facilities available at present and the clubhouse remains closed. New members are welcome and there is a discounted rate available for first year membership. For details apply by email to purleyreception@purleysportsclub.co.uk

If you are looking for a friendly tennis club boasting some of the best playing surfaces in the county then look no further than Purley.

We have 18 courts (6 are floodlit) in all: 6 superb grass; 4 porous acrylic; 4 brand new artificial clay and 4 tarmac.
We welcome new players of all standards. Our resident coach Terry Cooper’s team can offer coaching sessions whether you are a beginner or an experienced club player.

We run 18 teams in local leagues, several internal tournaments and organised club sessions both during the week and at weekends.
Our healthy junior section is run by Terry Cooper and offers everything from tuition to competitions and even school-holiday activities.
Our prized grass surfaces are the gem in the crown and highly popular with members during the summer months.
We offer full memberships, a lower priced mid-week option which allows play from Monday to Friday until 6pm and special reduced rates for juniors and students.

Purley tennis Club is a section of Purley Sports Club which also offers cricket, squash, bowls, hockey, netball and a superbly equipped gym each available for a separate subscription.For those who just want to relax there is a modestly priced social membership which lets you enjoy discounted price drinks and the clubhouse catering 7 days a week.
A large function room and ample parking make the club a major attraction.

Why not give Purley a try?

Mike Wells
Tennis chairman