If you are interested in visiting the club for a trial session kindly fill out the guest request form below, and we will be in touch with you. We request that you fill the form completely providing as mush detail as possible regarding your skill level, competitive experience, etc. You may also email us this information directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish. Please note, we do not have a lot of guest spaces available each week, hence we may ask you to join us at a later date. Please do not turn up unannounced as we may not be able to accommodate you if the session is already full.
After a few guest sessions, if you are a good fit with the club level, we may invite you to join as a member depending on the number of available membership spots. To be invited to join as a member you must be at least a high intermediate or advanced level player in mens and intermediate and above in ladies. For any further questions regarding guest trials or memberships and club standard of play please refer our FAQs.
We always aim to have similar numbers of men and ladies at the club, so that we play plenty of mixed and level doubles. Like most clubs in London, we don't play competitive singles.
Sadly, as we are a small club, we cannot accommodate players of a lower level or players under 18 years of age. However, please use the links below to find a club suitable to your needs.
Where do we play?
We play at Twyford Sports Centre (W3 9PP) from 8-10pm on Tuesdays. The sports centre is near the heart of Acton. We are a 10 minute walk from Acton Town and Ealing Common tube stations, both served by the Piccadilly and District Lines. Acton Central and Acton Mainline are also within walking distance. The 207, 427, 440, 607 and E3 buses all also pass right by. We are also very close to The Japanese School in London. There is a free car park and dedicated bicycle parking bays on site if you wish to drive or cycle.
Please note: the postcode will take you to the residential area on Twyford Crescent. Entrance to the venue can be found on Uxbridge road.