Here at Northumbria, our Tennis Club boasts a friendly, diverse and active club that is open to all students & abilities! The club have 2 x Men’s and 1 x Women’s BUCS team alongside a very successful and popular social tennis group.

The club train and compete at both David Lloyd and Northumberland Club and the social side use Jesmond Tennis club.

On top of all the fun you’ll have competing, training and learning the amazing sport that is Tennis, you’ll enjoy a variety of social events organised by the club making it the perfect opportunity to play the sport you love while having a great time and making new friends.

Available Tennis Memberships:

"TRAIN"   £100

Venue: Jesmond Lawn Tennis Club

Mondays 17:00 - 18:30,  Wednesdays 15:30 - 17:30,  Sundays 18:00 - 19:30 

This membership offers regular coached sessions for students interested in gaining Tennis skills without the competitive element.

Our TRAIN memberships are now sold out for 2023/24. There may be some spaces made available in January.


“COMPETE”  £275

Venue: David Lloyd Newcastle (DL) & The Northumberland Club (TNC)

Tuesdays 20:00 - 21:30 (TNC)   &   Fridays 07:00-09:00 (DL)

The COMPETE memberships offer regular coached sessions and include opportunities to take part in BUCS fixtures. The Tennis club have 2 Men's teams and 1 Women's team entered in to BUCS this year.

COMPETE memberships can only be purchased following successful squad selection during our Big Week of Sport. All squads have now been selected, but if you are still interested in trialling for any teams, please contact the Club President Tom (details further below).

For those interested in competing in BUCS you should attend a squad selection session, should you be successful you will be given a link to access a page to purchase the relevent membership for your selected team. 

Training Dates:

Semester 1 w/c: 02.10.2023 - 11.12.2023

Semester 2 w/c: 08.01.2024 - 18.03.2024

Semester 3 w/c: 15.04.2024 - 29.04.2024


Key Contacts

Club President: Thomas O'fee


The Tennis club is supported by Northumbria Sport's Club Development Officer Amy Hargrave.