Tennis provides adults and juniors of all ages and abilities the opportunity to play together. Throughout Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, you’ll find a network of Clubmark accredited Places to Play, including traditional Clubs, park sites, schools and public centres.
With close to 100 registered Places to Play, there should always be somewhere locally for everyone to play. The Sport Hampshire & IOW Find a Club / Facility can point you in the right direction.
All Places to Play work closely with other local bodies and provide Tennis Leader opportunities for young people, UKCC Level 1 & 2 coaching courses, and competition organiser and referee training throughout the year. The LTA provides support and information for coaches, including information on becoming a coach and coach development. You can also find information on becoming a tennis volunteer
You can find up to date information from all Places to Play by visiting www.hampshiretennis.net including information on coaching, competitions, reviews and all the contact information required to start playing.
Since its launch allplay has generated good coverage across the media and has begun to help more people play tennis with games being organised across the country. There are now over 7000 people registered who are attached to venues and looking to play. Getting more people signed up and using the site supports our goal of growing and sustaining the sport.
If you need help finding your local courts or somebody to play with, visit www.allplaytennis.com. You can search for people in your area who are looking for a game and even contact them to get started. It’s all part of allplay, a national campaign brought to you by the LTA, to help more people play tennis. All tennis courts in the Hampshire and IOW are registered on the website. People are already online, logging on and playing matches so don’t miss out and start collecting your allplay points today.
Tennis Development Manager