Leading the UK urban squash movement

Squash Squared is an after school squash and education program for deserving London children and the first of its kind in the UK.

Rebecca M

I feel really excited because this is my very first time playing squash, it’s easy and fun. I can play with my friends and get my homework done!

What our students say


I had never been to a place like this before, it’s so big. The different tennis courts and cricket field really stand out and we are in the same road as where they play tennis on TV! 


I loved it today, it was my first time ever playing squash. Everyone said I looked really tired but I just kept going!

Kheyla. E

Squash definitely helps me to improve my football, you need to be fast! The Wimbledon club is fantastic – lots of open space, different to where I live and doing maths here is better than at school!


Our partners

The Wimbledon Foundation is the charity of The All England Lawn Tennis Club and The Championships. Set up in 2013, the Foundation aims to change people’s lives using the resources and heritage of Wimbledon and builds on a successful programme of community and charitable activities over a number of years.


Thanks to a grant from The Wimbledon Foundation Community Fund, Squash Squared will be able to fund coaching sessions and continue to deliver our programme to our primary and secondary school partners

Tradition is one of the world's largest wholesale market brokers in over-the-counter financial and commodity related products. Represented in 28 countries, Tradition employs 2,100 people globally and is the trading name of Compagnie Financière Tradition (CFT), which is listed on the Swiss stock exchange. Tradition's activities are overseen by global regulators including the FCA, SEC and CFTC.


Tradition at the RAC Club, Pall Mall is London’s Premier Squash League team with whom Squash Squared are proud to be partners. The team is comprised of the some of the world’s strongest players including Paul Coll, Daryl Selby, Alison Waters and Nicol David the World Open winner a record 8 times.

Lee Davies - Head of G10 forwards at Tradition; “Squash Squared is a pioneering UK initiative which supports children who need it most and with whom Tradition are proud to partner and support”

 World Squash Federation - CEO Andrew Shelley "What Squash Squared is achieving in terms of combining the pursuit of academic excellence with the benefits of sports participation is a wonderful model demonstrating what can be achieved through effort and dedication anywhere in the world, not just South West London!".

England Squash Foundation - Mark Hill - ESF Chairman "We are delighted to be part of the Squash Squared cause and believe that the work SS carries out not only enhances children’s lives but provides a level of structure, motivation and aspiration through Squash. Our objectives within ESF include; Inspiring communities in disadvantaged areas through Sport  and education through Sport both of which Squash Squared delivers well. We believe these objectives are fundamental in getting squash into the harder to reach areas.We therefore, look to Squash Squared with the aid of our partnership to meet these objectives."

Patrick Fleming - Chairman of Surrey Squash “Surrey Squash is proud to be associated with Squash Squared. The programme not only aims to provide economically disadvantaged children with the opportunity to play the sport we love but also at helping them academically, developing their self-confidence and building character – valuable “life skills” which will help them throughout their lives. Stacey and his team have demonstrated that the programme delivers positive results and we hope that Squash Squared will be rolled out to other clubs and schools.”

James Ayres - Sport Roehampton Manager "The University of Roehampton has a long standing commitment to social justice and improving people’s lives through education, sport and physical activity. It is fantastic to be able to support the work of Squash Squared and the programme they are delivering. Providing opportunities for young people to be active on a regular basis as well raising aspirations is something that can have a long lasting impact on the participants futures”

Our Primary Schools

Southmead School

Princes Way, Wimbledon, London SW19 6QT

Sacred Heart School

Este Rd, Battersea SW11 2TD

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Abermarle School

Princes Way, London

SW19 6JP

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Sullivan School

Peterborough Road, London SW6 3BN