Squash players studying at The University of Nottingham join a top University programme with an impressive record of developing world-class players.

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Performance Squash

Why Nottingham?

Alumni include former British and European #1 Peter Marshall, Commonwealth medallist Emma Beddoes, current world ranked #25 Coline Aumard, multiple BUCS medallist Hana Ramadan an current Commonwealth Champion Gina Kennedy.

The squash facilities at the £40 million David Ross Sports Village are exceptional; they include six glass backed court as well as an all-glass show court with seating for over 250 spectators. With 3 additional courts at our other facilities and a strong partnership with Nottingham Squash Rackets club, student players at Nottingham can access a squash set up unrivalled in the sector.

The programme also recently announced former world number one James Willstrop as an assistant coach working with our elite players.

Our Premier Squash League franchise allows our students to see world top 25 players like Declan James and former world number 1 Nick Matthew on their doorstep. For our top sports scholars, it offers an unique opportunity to play alongside these stars in front of sell-out crowds at the David Ross Sports Village.

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Supporting our student-athletes

Our Performance Squash Programme

done Players have the ability to train for 20 hours per week with a large number of team and individual training sessions available.
done 6 x weekly team sessions (120 min each)
done 3 x weekly strength and conditioning session (60 min each)
done Tailored programmes and 1-2-1s

6 courts at £40 million David Ross Sports Village

done All-glass squash court with spectator seating
done 3 additional courts at our other centres

High Performance Zone for Strength & Conditioning

done On-site Sports Injury Clinic with specialist sports physiotherapy, sports massage support and plunge pool
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Representing the #GreenandGold


  • 2023/24 - BUCS Trophy Winners (Men 2)
  • 2021/22 - BUCS Team Champions (Women 1)
  • 2018/19 - BUCS Team Champions (Women 1)
  • 2017/18 - BUCS Women's Singles champion - Coline Aumard
  • 2017/18 - BUCS Team champions (Women 1)
  • 2017/18 - BUCS Team runners up (Men 1)
  • 2016/17 - BUCS Women's Singles champion - Hana Ramadan
  • 2016/17 - BUCS Team champions (Women 1)
  • 2016/17 - BUCS Team runners up (Men 1)


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