Whether you're at entry level or an advanced squash player, we have the coaching, fixtures and guidance for you to improve your game.

Royal Navy Squash 

We maintain and develop squash in the Naval Services from grassroots to representation. Holding coaching sessions and arranging suitable fixtures in order to prepare players effectively, we also annually conduct the Establishment-level Navy Cup, Inter-Regional and Navy Squash Championships. We also take our turn in arranging and hosting the team Inter-Service and individual Combined Services Championships which rotates between the Forces.

We're also delighted to embrace the game of Squash 57, (formerly known as racketball). Allowing for longer rallies and more competitive playing, it's a game reaching out at many levels and abilities.

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We increase squash participation across the RN and RM at all levels, and for all personnel in service and the Reserves.

Arranging fixtures and selecting representative Men’s, Women’s, Veterans, and Under 25s teams, we also arrange the annual Royal Navy Festival of Squash in all cadres.

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