University of Southampton Squash Club is for anyone interested in the fast-paced racket sport of squash. Our strong social side means the courts are also a great place to meet new people

Squash is a brilliant sport to pick up at university as a quick 40min session will give you a full body workout and with the courts located on campus means you can do so between lectures! We're a super friendly club so whether you are a complete beginner or seasoned pro, there's something for everyone. Casual exercise, quality coaching, fierce competition and brilliant nights out are all available at the squash club! With the best part of the year being our annual easter squash tour where we jet off to a sunny part of the world under the pretense that we'll play squash at some point. Have fun, get fit, get sexy, yeah buddy!

Club night is running on a Monday from 6-10pm, you can sign up to this via the google doc on our facebook group.

Team training is on a Sunday evening.

Beginner training on a Thursday evening will start running soon.

Any further questions, do no hesitate to get in touch.

Email: squash@soton.ac.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SouthamptonUniversitySquash

Instagram: uos_squash

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Squash this year are:

Daniel Hildebrand
President
Edward Caps
Social Captain
Anna Morrison
Tour Secretary
Kaimin Phang
Treasurer
Joshua Costain
Vice-President

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