Squash Leagues in United Kingdom

Welcome to the Leagues Page. More leagues for different areas are constantly being created. If you would like to start your own league then please contact us.

You need to be playing in a league to view the leagues page. All registered users automatically have access to the ladder, however leagues are organised and run by individual league managers. They need to know what level you are at before fitting you in.

Please contact us if you'd like to play in the league.

League Name Seasons
Accenture UKI Squash League 0
Brighton Squash Club 0
Canary Wharf Squash League 0
Canons Mitcham Squash League 1
Central London Squash League 23
Clissold Squash League 1
Clive Blackburn Colworth Squash League 0
Connaught Ladies Squash League 1
Connaught Racketball League 0
Connaught Squash League 2
Crystal Palace Squash League 41
Dulwich Hamlets Squash League 0
Farnborough & Arena League 0
London Racketball League 0
LSE Squash League 0
North London Squash League 55
North London Womens League 3
Oxford Brookes Uni Squash League 0
Peacehaven Squash League 2
RAF Shawbury QHI/QHCI Squash League 0
Robinsons Squash League 0
South London Squash League 43
Steyning Squash League 7
Swiss Cottage Squash League 42
The Bridge Squash League - Sydenham 2
Tooting Squash League 3
Walnuts Squash League 2
Walthamstow Squash League 11
Walthamstow Starters League 2
Walthamstow Womens League 1
Wembley & Sudbury Squash League 0

Each SquashMatch league is based around a specific location. Leagues are broken down into seasons, which are periods with specific start and end dates. Each season is broken down into divisions, which are groups of squash players of similar ability. Division 1 is the top division with the most experienced players, then division 2, down to the beginners in the bottom division.

The league is designed to constantly keep you active playing squash. Unlike ladder games which may be sporadic depending on frequency of opponents challenging you or vice versa, leagues present you with a fixed set of opponents you must play over a certain period; usually there are 5 opponents to be played over 6 weeks, resulting in close to one game a week - you can always play more squash by challenging players to ladder games on the side.

The real benefits of playing in a league surface once you have shifted up or down the necessary divisions to find the exact match of opponents to compare with your ability. Squash games are short when players' abilities are not evenly matched, you only get the real work out through a tough game when an equivalent opponent walks on the court. This is exactly what SquashMatch leagues are for!