Leeds Tennis Courts

Are you looking for tennis courts in Leeds? Our guide will show you all the tennis courts near you including public courts, clubs and indoor courts.

From Horsforth to Holbeck, we will show you tennis courts and clubs where Leeds residents can play.

Whether it be public courts, a tennis club, indoor or at a leisure centre, take a look at our listings to help you pick up your rackets and play.

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Tennis Courts In Leeds

We’ve created a directory of all the tennis courts and clubs in and near Leeds. We also have excellent deals on club memberships and lessons too.

Either do a search or click through on your area to find out more.  Here’s a list of areas in Leeds in with tennis courts and clubs:

  • Adel Tennis Club
  • Armley Tennis Club
  • Belle Isle
  • Bramley
  • Carnegie Sports Centre
  • Central
  • Chapel Allerton Tennis & Squash Club
  • David Llyod Leeds
  • Farnville Tennis Courts
  • Gaforth Public Tennis COurts
  • Harehills Park Tennis Courts
  • Headingley
  • Holbeck
  • Holt Park
  • Horsforth Tennis CLub
  • John Charles Tennis Centre
  • Middleton Park
  • Moortown
  • Potternewton Park Tennis Courts
  • Pudsey
  • Roundhay Lawn Tennis Club
  • Seacroft
  • Springhead Park
  • St Chards Tennis Club
  • Temple Newsam
  • Weetwood
  • Whitkirk Tennis CLub

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Tennis Courts Leeds – A Guide

Whether it be park tennis courts, how to book a court or just to pay and play per hour, we have a comprehensive tennis courts guide for Leeds, Yorkshire. Leeds city council play an active part in tennis provision in the city. This is through park tennis which Leeds city council manage or the John Charles Tennis Centre which has 6 indoor and outdoor tennis courts.

John Charles Tennis Centre

The John Charles Tennis Centre is part of the John Charles Centre for Sport in Leeds. They have some of the best indoor and outdoor courts in Yorkshire and any member of the public can book the courts. The outdoor courts have floodlights so you can play in the evenings when it gets dark.You can book courts online and choose an allotted time you want to play.

There is also an excellent junior tennis programme catering from mini tennis through to teenagers and coaching too from beginner players to advanced players. The courts are accessible for disability players too.

Which Type of Leeds Tennis Court is Best for You?

There are a number of different options when choosing a tennis court to play at in Leeds. These are:

  • OutdoorTennis Clubs
  • Public Courts
  • Free Courts
  • Park Tennis Courts
  • Leeds City Council Tennis Court
  • Indoor Tennis Centre

Of course, convenience is a big factor and you’ll want some courts that are near to you. But you’ll also want to consider some of the following options too:

  • Cost of court hiring or club membership
  • Online booking days in advance
  • Coaching and lessons
  • Availability (or lack of)
  • Court Surfaces
  • State of facilities
  • Tennis Coaching

On our location pages we’ve included public courts, tennis clubs and indoor tennis centres and features including number of courts and booking that can help you make that decision.

Plus, there will be deals of coaching and the postcode so you can see if it’s near you. Also, if we have a membership deal we will include a button. We’ll now go on to talk about the advantages and disadvantages of joining a private tennis club, playing on public courts (including free ones). Whether you want to join a club or just play at your local park courts we can help you pick up your racket and have some fun playing tennis.

Joining a Leeds Tennis Club

There is an excellent selection of Leeds tennis clubs and the surrounding Yorkshire area, many dating back to over 100 years old and more! It is more than likely that there will also be one located near to where you live as the capital is well served as well as Leeds City Council courts and the John Charles Tennis Centre.

Check out our directory for more information on indoor and outdoor tennis options.. We are also talking to clubs about exclusive joining deals through this website. Keep your eyes out for these and you can save.

In this section, we’ll take about the advantages (and disadvantages) of joining a club, considerations you’ll want to make in choosing a club, helpful tips and how to join a club that’s right for you.

The Advantages of Joining a Tennis Club

  1. Lots of tennis
  2. Book courts
  3. Social life and make new friends
  4. Accessible
  5. Coaching, lessons and courses
  6. Health benefits

The first benefit is that you’ll get to play lots of tennis! It’s a great sport, can be played by beginners and advanced players alike, is great for your health and technically you can always improve.

Of course sporting activity in a tennis centre is also important for mental health too and there’s nothing better for a stress relief than hitting that yellow ball! Whether you want a small, family club or a larger one with teams and a choice of surfaces there’s something of every tennis player.

First check out our directory at the beginning of the guide. Here you can click through and learn more about indoor and outdoor clubs in Leeds. There are many individual considerations you can make in choosing a tennis club. These include:

  • Indoor and outdoor tennis court surface
  • Club facilities
  • Coaching
  • Location
  • Standard of tennis (beginner to team)
  • Junior Tennis
  • Social Scene
  • Tournaments
  • Membership Fees

When it comes to the courts there are large clubs with a big number or courts and different surfaces available and smaller clubs with just one. If they have floodlights then it means you can play later into the evening, especially in winter.

For many, joining a tennis club is more about making friends. It’s an incredibly social sport and many clubs with have social tennis sessions where you can turn up and p. There are also social events. Some clubs are more active than others and will have events throughout the year.

Usually there is a Christmas Party and summer tournament finals party. It’s a great way to make friends if you’re new to the area.

Booking Tennis Courts
There can be nothing more frustrating than turning up to courts to find they’ve already been booked or free courts are already being played on.

In our directory we’ll let you know if booking is possible. Also, have you considered joining a club? This usually means there are sessions when you can turn up and play or you can book. We have special membership deals with tennis clubs near Leeds so watch out for these.

Convenience

You’ll want to play at tennis courts near to you. That’s why we’ve researched the courts and LTA clubs near you.

Free Courts
Sometimes you just want to odd hit and money can be a factor. While the number of free courts in Leeds Park are limited, it is still possible to find free courts. We’ve located them at venues around Leeds.

Just check out our directory at the beginning of this guide for more details. Advantages of playing on free courts include it’s free, good for occasional players. There are disadvantages to consider though, including you may have to wait, busy at peak times and summer, court surface more likely to be poor and no facilities such as clubhouse.

Public Courts

There are a good number of public courts near Leeds. Check out the directory at the beginning of the guide.

Players have 2 options which are paid courts you can book and free courts (please see the relevant section).

For public courts you can book, you can usually do it online and choose the time you want. Some are just turn up and get on court.

Advantages of paid public courts include book at a time convenient to you, online booking likely, court surfaces likely to be better maintained, facilities are likely to be better and well run.

However, compared to joining a tennis club there are some disadvantages including can be booked up weeks in advance (especially in peak times and summer), you can’t just turn up and play, court surfaces not likely to be good or varied as a club, not as likely to have floodlights, may end up paying more than a club membership, no general sessions, facilities including club house, changing rooms and bar not as likely, social life and making friends harder.

You may want to consider joining a club. If so, check out the directory for tennis clubs in Leeds. Plus we have exclusive membership deals for you to try out your club or reduced yearly membership fee.

Leeds is served by a good number of LTA tennis clubs of various sizes that will suit every tennis players requirements. From beginners to team players there are clubs for every standard. Oh and sometimes we use cookies.

Free, Public and Pay and Pay Courts in Leeds

Sometimes you just want to pick up a racket and play tennis for free. We’ve done the research and found all the free public courts in Leeds. Check out Google Maps for the latest options.

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