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So what's the big serve?

You play squash, but are frustrated by the lack of suitable opponents in your area. Established by squash-heads looking to play squash in London, SquashMatch makes squash accessible to everyone, whether you are a beginner or an aspiring pro, the easy-to-use website allows you to meet players of a similar standard and arrange matches at mutually convenient courts.

Where?

SquashMatch leagues are popping up all over London and uniquely a league isn't created until there is someone reliable in place to run it, so things are guaranteed to run smoothly. The long term plan is for nationwide expansion with England Squash and Racketball providing professional coaches for each league.

What sets us apart from existing leagues?

SquashMatch really focus on developing the social side of the sport and the ethos is one of mutual support and encouragement. All leagues have a weekly meet where people of all standards get to meet and play each other.

Sounds like a great idea, but can I afford to join?

There is no joining fee and you only pay £5 per 6 weeks. In that period you will play up to five games not including the weekly club night. Pretty reasonable when you consider the fees charged by private clubs.

England Squash and Racketball

SquashMatch is affiliated with the official body for Squash and Racketball in England. They said: "Our partnership with www.squashmatch.com is built upon our belief and goal of making squash (and racketball) more accessible, to more people, more of the time. It is a way to build and support our playing communities and to keep them in contact with the squash world."