England Squash is the National Governing Body for squash and racketball.
England Squash has a team of national managers leading on key strategic areas of work. The Partnerships and Programmes team is focused on delivering our programmes and campaigns in partnership with key stakeholders. These programmes and campaigns include:
Squash 101 – a national programme aimed at encouraging people to take up or rediscover their love of squash in a new, fun and informal way to play. England Squash will be delivering training courses across the country throughout the year.
Squash Girls Can – changing the way women view and engage with squash. Linked to This Girl Can, the campaign is centred around delivering fun accessible sessions as well as coach bursaries and a coach mentoring programme. Training for leaders and a support toolkit are available.
Squash 57 (the new name for racketball) – a fun and easy-to-play version of the game using a bigger, bouncier ball and a racket with a larger face. A digital toolkit featuring posters, logos and images is available, enabling facilities to promote and deliver the sport effectively. Support can be accessed through our training workshop, which gives leaders all the information they need to deliver fun group sessions to beginners.