Squash has been an important activity at the Pall Mall clubhouse for over 100 years. Since 1911, when three courts were built, the Club has been a leader in the game’s development. From setting the standards around rules, size of courts and specification of balls, to establishing the first international match and being the home of the first national governing body for its first 20 years, Pall Mall is widely regarded as the spiritual home of squash.

Today squash is one of the leading activities at both clubhouses: Pall Mall has four squash courts, including a doubles court, and at Woodcote Park there are two singles courts and two doubles courts.

As well as playing socially, members are able to take part in the many leagues and competitions and receive coaching from our experienced squash professionals. Members should note that when playing at Pall Mall, white clothing only is permitted on court.

Booking a Court

To view court availability and to book, please click here.

To view Pall Mall Squash Regulations, please click here.


Lessons are available at Pall Mall with Patrick Foster, Mark Jackson or Simon White.

For more information or to book, please contact Pall Mall Sports Reception at sportsrecept@royalautomobileclub.co.uk or on 0207 747 3365.

To find out more about our coaches click here.

Group Sessions

Join regular Friday night Club night, weekly Squash57 (RacquetBall) sessions or become part of our monthly Women’s Squash Nights by emailing squashpro@royalautomobileclub.co.uk for more information and to register.

Squash57 Beginners Class: Thursdays, 10.30-11.30am – maximum of eight people – equipment provided – £10 per person
Women’s Squash Night: One Thursday per month, 6.00-7.00pm – £10 per person
Members Club Night: Fridays, 7.00-8.00pm – free of charge


The Club runs over 60 singles leagues at Pall Mall with five players in each league.

For more information, please click here.

You can view the current leagues here.


10 tournaments are held each year at Pall Mall, starting in September and ending in March, culminating with the finals night and dinner.

You can view the current tournaments here.