Chelsea is known for having high end shops, a multitude of fancy restaurants and of course, one of the biggest, most supported football clubs in the UK. However, what we bet you didn’t know about Chelsea is the growing popularity of padel courts that have been popping up all over the city. 

Top Places To Play Padel In Chelsea

Harbour Club in Chelsea is a great option to play this fast-paced racquet sport. Played on their small court, these facilities resemble a hybrid of both a typical tennis and squash court. Helping bring this sport over from Spain and Mexico, The Harbour Club based in Chelsea, brings padel directly to you. 

Another good location in Chelsea is Will To Win, which offer a range of sports that will help you achieve all of your fitness goals. Padel is one of their newest additions and is rapidly growing in popularity at their club. On offer, they have multiple floodlit padel courts at both Hyde Park and The Regent’s Park, where you can hire out both rackets and balls for all of your games.

At this prestigious club, you can also enter padel tournaments, which are active during the summer months or even join one of their leagues where people who are passionate about padel can get together and compete. Will To Win have a ‘padel for all’ policy which means that anyone of any age can get involved and play this extremely fun sport.

Places to Play Padel Near Chelsea

If you aren’t passed in the heart of Chelsea, but still want to play padel with the best of them, there are still some exciting options available. For example, the Roehampton Club have a padel team that has entered in both a Men’s and Women’s league at the iPadel tournaments. In addition to having a very successful team, this establishment offers training for both adults and juniors, where you can learn from the best and get forward for future padel leagues. 

There is also Rock Lane which is situated in the heart of Chiswick about 200m from the Turnham Green Tube station. Here, you will find one of the biggest padel tennis facilities in the UK, with six large padel courts perfect for those passionate about the sport. There is also a clubhouse, complete with a cafe, changing rooms, a soft play area for the little ones and a range of social areas where many of the padel teams meet before and after matches. 

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