|Regional affiliation||European Squash Federation|
|Location||Sophia Gardens, Cardiff|
Squash Wales is the national governing body of squash in Wales.
It has 121 affiliated clubs and is a member of the World Squash Federation and the European Squash Federation. Squash Wales is responsible for the administration of all aspects of the game including clubs, regional and national leagues, player development and the selection and management of the international squad for competitions, including the European Team Championships and the World Championships. Recent success for the Wales team includes the Bronze medal won in the European Team Championships in Malmö (May 2009), which was the 14th European Team medal won by Wales in all ages since 1997. The Wales team won a world Silver medal in 1999.
National competitions organised by Squash Wales include the Welsh Inter-County Challenge Shield and the Welsh Open.
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