Clubs

Introduction

The LSE Squash Club provides a friendly atmosphere that is welcoming of people of all backgrounds and abilities. Complete beginners are given the opportunity to gain experience playing squash competitively in a casual internal social league, new for the 2019/2020 academic year.

Squash is easy to pick up and is a fun and effective way to keep fit. In previous years, the club has helped to transform complete novices into experienced competitors. For those looking to play at a more advanced level, we have men’s and women’s team that compete regularly against other London universities and universities in the area. Players are also given the opportunity to take part in experience-adapted training sessions with the club coach.

The club has a close-knit community feel and we host regular socials throughout the year. Last year’s highlights included Carol and a number of club dinners.

Whether you are looking for a new sport to help you keep fit, or have been playing squash for a number of years now, the LSE squash club can help to complete your university experience. 

Competitive Membership:

  • Training on Wednesdays from 3:30pm - 6pm, and Sundays from 2pm - 5pm (during which coaching is provided) at Southbank Club, 124-130 Wandsworth Rd, London SW8 2LD.
  • Compete against other universities in BUCS and LUSL leagues.
  • Be part of a close-knit team, and have team dinners together, and other benefits specifically for team members.

Social Membership:

  • Invitations to all social events that the Club holds.
  • One hour free court bookings each week - just email our club secretary, Yeonjoo Ban (Y.Ban@lse.ac.uk), and book a time that suits you during the week 
  • No commitment to play at a certain time each work, only when it suits you and your timetable.
  • Play against a community of other LSE social members.

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