• Thanks to our Pay & Play online booking system, our clubs are open to the public! Click Book a Court and play at your favourite Game4Padel club!

  • Add padel courts at no cost to your sports club, leisure centre, university, school, housing development or retail park with our Game4Padel Complete Package.  

  • Join a Game4Padel club today to book courts in advance, get discounted court booking rates and much more!

  • You would love to try padel but you're not sure where to start? Find out more about free introductions, starter packages and our players community.

PLAY THE WORLD'S FASTEST GROWING SPORT!

WHAT IS PADEL?

Padel is a racket sport that combines elements of tennis, squash. It is a fun, sociable and very accessible game as players of all ages and abilities will get the basics of the game within the first half an hour of playing.

Strategy is more important than power and strength in padel therefore physical abilities do not guarantee a win!

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

SIR ANDY MURRAY

Investor and Ambassador

“Padel is one of the fastest emerging racket sports in the world right now, and it’s really exciting to be involved in an organisation like Game4Padel, who are experts in their field and have sports growth and longevity at the heart of their business.”

ABOUT US

The idea of Game4Padel was born in October 2018 in a cafe in Edinburgh where some padel addicts were debating two very important questions "How to grow padel in the UK?" and "How to make padel more accessible to existing venues?"

Our answer was to create a fully funded and complete padel package for existing venues.

FUND - DESIGN - BUILD - OPERATE - PROMOTE

 

Five words to convert the UK to the game, transform tennis clubs, add padel courts to new projects and make the sport accessible to all!

 

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FOR THE PLAYERS

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