Tennis For Free addresses the barriers to participation in Tennis (ie court charges) to bring the benefits of playing tennis and becoming actively engaged in sport to as many young people and families as possible.
Free Tennis to Benefit Everyone
Every free public tennis court in the UK can be found on the Tennis For Free website. The organisation runs weekly free weekly coach-led sessions for children, young people and adults, showing that tennis is a game that can be played by and benefit everyone, regardless of ability or social background.
Free Access to Community Tennis Courts
Tennis For Free works in partnership with local schools, tennis clubs and local authorities throughout the UK, providing free access to community tennis courts, free coach-led group tennis sessions and free usage of equipment.
Follow the link below to visit the Tennis for Free website where you can find details of what’s on offer in your local area.
What Sessions are Available?
TFF Core Sessions – Weekends in public parks across the UK
TFF Well Being Session – in partnership with the NHS and other groups targeting those struggling with Mental Health issues
TFF Disability sessions – in partnership with “I Play 30” for those with physical or mental disabilities
TFF Schools – targeting those schools with limited sporting facilities
TFF Clubs – working with Clubs to open up to all sections of their local community