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A Brief Look at Sutton Coldfield TC

About Our Club

Sutton Coldfield Tennis Club is a private members club and was founded in 1922. Today, we are one of the major clubs in the country, and are proud of our LTA Tennis Clubmark Accreditation in recognition of delivering a quality tennis development programme and operating in line with best practice.

The Club is located on the north side of Birmingham in Highbridge Rd, Wylde Green and shares the site with Sutton Coldfield Squash Racquets Club. With two indoor courts and nine floodlit outside courts, it is one of only a few private members clubs in the Birmingham and Midlands area that can truly support tennis all year round.

The Club has a separate refurbished gym with a full range of resistance and cardiovascular equipment. Gym membership is available to non-members as well as tennis members. There is also a function room with its own bar and is available for hire to members & non-members.

Club Facilities at a Glance

2 indoor courts available for members and non-members.


Courts are available to book either by the hour, or on a block booking basis.


Block bookings are for a 17 or 18 week period, January - April, May - August & September - December.

The club features 10 well maintained outdoor courts, 7 astro-turf courts, 6 of which are floodlit and 3 hard courts.

There is a dedicated junior zone with 2 short tennis courts and a practice wall with targets for use by all tennis members.

The Club has a separate newly refurbished gym with a full range of resistance and cardiovascular equipment. Gym membership is available to non-members as well as tennis members.

We have a licensed bar open every evening and weekends from midday where, after a session on the tennis courts or in the fitness room, you can unwind and socialise with the many friends you will meet at the club.

There is also a function room with its own bar and is available for hire to members & non-members.

Our car park has recently been resurfaced and provides free car parking for its members and guests.

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That moment when they made a new friend - Help your kids find their moment. Sutton Coldfield Tennis Club

1. No Contact

Collision and contact sports over the years have started to gain attention for the lifelong injuries they can cause. While tennis doesn’t come without its fair share of accidents — if you’ve played long enough you’ve been hit with a tennis ball more than once — racquet sports have definitely become a favourable option for parents looking for a safe and healthy exercise for their child.

2. Expert Supervision

Again, safety first! With coaches on-hand during lessons to teach beginners proper technique and form, there is inherently less chance of acquiring any injuries. While shoelace trips and strains may occur, their likeliness is minimized with practice and patience.

3. Physical Development

A great way to tire your little one out, the game of tennis includes a lot of running around, quick movements, and the use of the entire body. As a result, the development of muscular body strength is inevitable. Couple this with the strengthening of the cardiovascular system — with tennis you’re looking at nothing but healthy aces.

4. Mental Development

According to scientists from the University of Illinois, because tennis requires alertness and tactical thinking, it could possibly create “new connections between nerves in the brain, thus promoting a lifetime of continuing development of the brain.” It also an effective sport to master fine motor-skills and hand-to-eye coordination.

5. Immunity Booster

By improving physical strength, flexibility, balance, and fine motor-skills, tennis will lend to helping your child master other activities off the court. One better, by staying fit and healthy, your child will also have a stronger immune system to help combat passed school yard germs and flu season.

6. It’s social and fun!

We could go on and on about the health and safety benefits of playing tennis, but above all else, we truly believe that when it comes to any sport it should start with f. A strong rooted history in good sportsmanship, teamwork, and camaraderie among players, tennis has forever been a social sport that leads to enjoyment. Also, the fresh air doesn’t hurt!
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That moment when they made a new friend - Help your kids find their moment. Sutton Coldfield Tennis Club

1. No Contact

Collision and contact sports over the years have started to gain attention for the lifelong injuries they can cause. While tennis doesn’t come without its fair share of accidents — if you’ve played long enough you’ve been hit with a tennis ball more than once — racquet sports have definitely become a favourable option for parents looking for a safe and healthy exercise for their child.

2. Expert Supervision

Again, safety first! With coaches on-hand during lessons to teach beginners proper technique and form, there is inherently less chance of acquiring any injuries. While shoelace trips and strains may occur, their likeliness is minimized with practice and patience.

3. Physical Development

A great way to tire your little one out, the game of tennis includes a lot of running around, quick movements, and the use of the entire body. As a result, the development of muscular body strength is inevitable. Couple this with the strengthening of the cardiovascular system — with tennis you’re looking at nothing but healthy aces.

4. Mental Development

According to scientists from the University of Illinois, because tennis requires alertness and tactical thinking, it could possibly create “new connections between nerves in the brain, thus promoting a lifetime of continuing development of the brain.” It also an effective sport to master fine motor-skills and hand-to-eye coordination.

5. Immunity Booster

By improving physical strength, flexibility, balance, and fine motor-skills, tennis will lend to helping your child master other activities off the court. One better, by staying fit and healthy, your child will also have a stronger immune system to help combat passed school yard germs and flu season.

6. It’s social and fun!

We could go on and on about the health and safety benefits of playing tennis, but above all else, we truly believe that when it comes to any sport it should start with f. A strong rooted history in good sportsmanship, teamwork, and camaraderie among players, tennis has forever been a social sport that leads to enjoyment. Also, the fresh air doesn’t hurt!
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