How to find us
Kings Lawn Tennis Club
Maplemeade, Kings Drive
IT'S GREAT TO BE BACK PLAYING TENNIS!! COURTS ARE NOW OPEN TO BOTH SINGLES AND DOUBLES!
See the club schedule for details on our weekly tennis programme.
THE CLUBHOUSE WILL REMAIN CLOSED apart from access for the floodlights (and toilets if necessary). Please follow notices at the club for restrictions. Masks must be worn inside.
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Kings Tennis Club is a small, friendly club in Bishopston where we welcome new players of all ages and standards. We have seven courts, six of which are floodlit and one of the floodlit courts also has a practice wall.
Tennis has been played on this site since 1892, we welcome you to come and join a part of history.
Whether you are new to tennis, haven’t played in years or are an experienced player looking for some competitive action in the league there is something for you at Kings - come and see for yourself. Don't worry if you don't have a racket - we will be able to find one for you so you can try your hand at tennis before joining! Have a look at our Kings FAQs, coaching and shedule for more info about the club.
Tennis leagues run throughout the year and we are well represented in both the summer and winter leagues, including junior leagues. We have a friendly expert tennis coaching team, who offer group and individual coaching. We enjoy regular social tennis sessions and hold competitions throughout the year; there is also a singles ladder, which is a great way to challenge yourself and meet fellow tennis enthusiasts.
The modern clubhouse can be hired for private events and includes changing, toilet and shower facilities as well as a large function room, opening onto a patio area, with a kitchen and bar. We organise social events throughout the year, such as quiz nights, wine tasting, a summer party with BBQ, film nights and of course adult and junior Christmas parties, and we are always looking for new ideas. We also have a projector and a big screen which makes the club a great place to watch major sporting events, with the Six Nations and Wimbledon being particularly popular.