A-Z of Sports
- American Football
- Australian Rules
- Exercise, Movement and Dance
- Modern Pentathlon
- Roller Sports
- Rugby League
- Rugby Union
- Sailing and Windsurfing
- Table Tennis
- Water Polo
- Water Skiing and Wakeboarding
- Wheelchair Basketball
- Wheelchair Rugby
England Squash is the National Governing Body for squash and racketball.
The organisation is made up of 28 members of staff, 12 are based at our Head Office at the National Squash Centre in Manchester and the remainder across the country.
We now have a new Participation department with 4 Participation Managers who are spread across the country so wherever you are based in the country, we hope that you will have seen our teams out and about. They are there to promote and develop squash and racketball on a regional basis, listening to and helping clubs, players, coaches, referees, and volunteers, as well as promoting both sports to people who have yet to pick up a racket.
T: 0161 438 4307
The Active Black Country lead officer for Squash is Alex Martin
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