Fitness Friendship and Fun Through Tennis Bangor Tennis Club

THE CLUB HAS NOW RE-OPENED!

Bangor Tennis Club has now re-opened following a few days' closure because of building works.

Take advantage of the fabulous weather and book a court!

Croeso / Welcome

Bangor Tennis Club ... in a Nutshell
Bangor Tennis Club is an inexpensive, friendly tennis club in Upper Bangor. 
Our three  beautiful, sheltered  all-weather courts are open almost every day. 
The club is located near to the University and close to the famous Menai Strait separating the mainland of North Wales and the island of Anglesey.

Everyone is welcome! We  offer tennis, coaching, fitness, friendship and fun to all ages and abilities. Non-members are welcome to book courts on a 'Pay & Play' basis (£7.00p an hour) and sign up for low cost group coaching and private lessons. No racket? No problem ... we have placed a few spare rackets and balls in a watertight bin at the back of the courts. Just help yourself and return them before you leave.

We've been a part of Bangor's vibrant community for almost 100 years. Last year (2021) we were shortlisted for the Tennis Wales Awards in the Club of Year category. This year we are planning to build a new clubhouse!

Explore our website to find out more.  

Latest news

Our old clubhouse has now been demolished.

BTC to close on Tuesday 24th May whilst the old clubhouse is demolished.

Meet and play with pro tennis players Danny Sapsford and James Auckland on Sunday 22nd May 2022

More News


Book in 3 quick steps...

1. Check availability

View the online booking sheet to find your preferred time and court.

2. Choose a session

Select your preferred available time and book. You can pay online with most major credit cards. Register online the first time you book.

3. Confirmation

We'll send you confirmation of your booking. You'll receive a pin number to access the venue. It's easy!

How to find us

Bangor Tennis Club
Buckeley Road
BANGOR
Gwynedd
LL57 2BN

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Our Partners

Martyn Lewis Tennis (Coaching)
Rhosneigr Sports Club