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Manchester has many fine tennis facilities for grassroots sports players to book online with Playfinder. Most of the tennis courts are made from the macadam surface, but there are hard, indoor and astroturf surface options too. A good portion of the Manchester tennis venues have floodlights on the outdoor courts which enable games to go on through the year, if it’s not raining too hard. Tennis clubs around Greater Manchester also host tennis tournaments for players wanting a regular competitive challenge. Rackets and tennis balls can be hired at some venues, but please confirm before placing an online booking for a tennis court.
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If you are a keen tennis player who lives around Manchester, then be sure to check out the Albion Academy grassroots sports facility. There is a Tarmac Multi Use Games Area that is perfect for tennis matches whether with friends or part of a tennis ladder. There are floodlights surrounding the playing area that enable matches to be booked online for the entire year, as long as it’s not raining too heavily. The court is suitable for weekly or casual bookings. The venue is based on London Street and next-door to the Albion Academy Beacon Centre. If you’re travelling to Albion Academy on public transport, then the best tram station is Cromwell Road / Langley South Road.
Abraham Moss Community School is a wonderful place to play grassroots tennis in Manchester. There are four tennis courts which are available to book online at this sports facility. Each are hard surface courts and there are tennis nets already on site which can be set up without a fuss for your hitting session or match. Any bookings made gives visitors access to the changing rooms, which have toilets and showers available. There are also two disabled toilets in the changing area. Abraham Moss Community School is based between Crescent Road and Greenstead Road. The Abraham Moss tram stop is the best way to reach the sports venue on public transport.
There are eight stunning outdoor tennis courts available for grassroots tennis players at M18 Leisure based at Robinson Sports College. Each tennis court can be booked online thanks to Playfinder. Floodlights have been installed around the tennis courts to allow for matches to go on all year long. These facilities are ideal for casual players and also for those wanting regular competitive action as part of tournaments. A large circular carpark is available for anyone arriving by car. This grassroots tennis facility is around the corner from the Donkey Sanctuary and off Falmer Close. If anyone is coming by public transport, then the best two overground stations are Gorton or Fairfield.
Buile Hill School is a great place to enjoy tennis in and around Salford. This sports venue has three outdoor tennis courts on a concrete surface. There are no floodlights, so make sure you make your booking at a time you’ll be able to play tennis in the daylight. There is a carpark available for those local tennis players travelling to the facility by car. Salford Crescent Station is the best option if you're looking to get here by train.
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