About our Club
About the Club
Established in 1913, Aberdeen Squash & Racketball Club is the only members-owned squash club in Aberdeen, with 7 squash courts, and a small gym.
In addition the club also has the Mannofield Bar, and Function Suite which is available for members use and shows live sport on week evenings and on weekends. The Mannofield Lounge and Function Suite boasts 2 x HD Projectors, and 3 x HD TVs, making it one of the North East's premier sports viewing facilities. The function suite and / or courts can be rented for private functions, fitness classes or any other social group activities. Please contact [email protected]
We currently have about 300 members of the club, playing either squash and/or racketball. The club welcomes players of both sports, from complete beginner to the more accomplished. With varying membership categories including Off-Peak and Corporate, we cater to all potential members.
Lots of our members enjoy friendly games but if you’re looking for something a bit more competitive, we have monthly mini leagues for both squash and racketball, and a number of teams which compete each season in the Grampian Squash Leagues. In addition to this, we have men’s and women’s teams competing in the Scottish Squash National League.
To be the leading Squash and Racketball Club in Scotland in terms of our organisation and administration; our club development activities; our members participation at all levels within both sports; our commitment to a world class performance programme; as well as developing an internationally renowned club profile.
- To maintain a successful and financially sustainable Squash and Racketball Club
- To provide high quality, squash and racketball facilities available to all members of the local community
- To maintain a family friendly, social and competitive club environment from which to promote sports to juniors and adults alike
- To maintain the best facilities, as cost effectively as possible and on an affordable basis for all, whilst ensuring club sustainability as a priority
- To increase participation in both sports by providing a programme of activities to cater for all abilities
- To ensure a high standard of service provision to both members and non-members in a safe environment