England Squash & Racketball

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England Squash & Racketball
Logo England Sqaush&Racketball.png
Sport Squash
Founded 1928
Regional affiliation European Squash Federation
Location National Squash Centre, Manchester
President Jackie Robinson
Chairman Peter Goldson
Chief Exec Keir Worth
Men's coach David Campion
Women's coach Fiona Geaves
Official website

England Squash & Racketball is recognised by Sport England as the English National governing body of the sports of Squash & Racketball[1]

It aims to increase participation in both Squash & Racketball.[2]

The body awards Gold, Silver, "Bronze Squash Club" Charter to individual clubs.[3]


In November 2006 University of Birmingham Director of Sport, Zena Wooldridge was elected Chairman of England Squash. In 2009 England Squash became England Squash & Racketball.[4] The long-term Chief Executive, Nick Rider, left in February 2014.[5]


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