County & District Leagues | Tennis in Britain

County & District Leagues

Bracknell mens Aegon Team Tennis team

County and district leagues are hugely popular across Great Britain and it is estimated that it brings in around 100,000 players to compete in local leagues.

Who is it for?

Whether you’re dusting off your racket or are a seasoned regular looking to get into a new league, there’s something for everyone!

Events are run for juniors, adults and seniors with varying levels of playing standards. Team sizes change from league to league with the most popular size being teams of 4 or 6.

What is the format?

The league format is decided by the league organiser(s) and/or league committee. The leagues are for the most part home and away fixtures played over winter and summer seasons. Predominantly the leagues are doubles-based although a number of junior leagues in particular run singles and doubles formats.

How do I get involved?

 

To find out more about your local county & district leagues, get in touch with your County Association or speak to the manager, committee member or a coach at a local venue.

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