Tennis in Haringey
We aim to encourage everyone in the borough to play more and better tennis and to do so safely. Here you can find information about the tennis clubs in the area.
- Where can I hire a tennis court?
- The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA)
- New River Sport and Fitness
- Tennis for Free
Where can I hire a tennis court?
Following recent investment, there are a number of high-quality park sites within Haringey offering many activities for all ages and abilities.
Pavilion Sports and Cafe
The courts at O.R. Tambo Rec received an investment from the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) in 2009 and there are now 6 refurbished courts all floodlit and 4 mini tennis courts.
There is an all-year-round coaching programme as well as pay and play on offer at this very popular park.
Book at Pavilion Sports and Cafe (external link)
Finsbury Park Tennis
Finsbury Park Tennis is situated at the bottom of Finsbury Park and has 8 floodlit tennis courts available to book online.
There is also an all-year-round coaching programme as well as pay and play sessions on offer.
Book at Finsbury Park Tennis (external link)
Bruce Castle Park
Bruce Castle Park recently received investment from the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) and Haringey Council.
There are 5 courts, 2 of which are floodlit. There is a small coaching programme and pay and play sessions on offer.
Book at Bruce Castle Park (external link)
Two tennis courts are marked out on a brand new all-weather pitch that has recently been built next to the sports pavilion.
The pitch is available to the public outside of the school day. If you are interested in block booking, please contact email@example.com to discuss.
Book at Markfield Park (external link)
Free Tennis Courts
Please note: pre-booking is highly recommended!
The following parks have free tennis courts. Please book your slot. You can book up to 7 days in advance.
- Chapmans Green - N22 (external link)
- Chestnuts Park - N15 (external link)
- Downhills Park - N17 (external link)
- Down Lane Park - N17 (external link)
- Priory Park - N8 (external link)
- Stationers Park - N8 (external link)
The Lawn Tennis Association
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is the National Governing Body for Tennis in Great Britain. Its aim is to govern and grow Tennis in Britain from Grassroots participation through to the professional game.
For more information, please visit the LTA website (external link).
New River Sport and Fitness
Whether you are looking to play casually or competitively, New River Sport and Fitness caters for all your tennis needs.
The centre has 4 indoor and 4 outdoor courts which can be used casually for singles, doubles or as a family.
- Find out more about the Tennis offer at New River Sport and Fitness.
Tennis For Free
Tennis For Free (TFF) offers fully-inclusive alternative tennis sessions for all ages and sections of the community nationwide at public parks - for free.
All abilities are welcome and equipment is provided free of charge.
Tennis For Free operate in 3 Haringey parks:
- Bruce Castle Park - Tennis For Free (external link)
- Downhills Park - Tennis For Free (external link)
- Priory Park - Tennis For Free (external link)
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