Premier Squash League
Organised by England Squash, the Premier Squash League is the top domestic professional team league. Each match night sees 5 fixtures played, 3 male, 2 female, playing best of 5 matches, first to 11 points. The season culminates with a grand final in May in front of a sell-out crowd.
Previous champions in 2016/17, University of Nottingham will once again be in contention for the 2019/20 PSL title. The squad features some of the world's best players and England's rising stars including former World No. 1 Nick Matthew and top 25 player Declan James.
The team also includes the top student players from the University's performance squash programme including two-time National British Universities champion Hana Ramadan.
Matches are hosted at the iconic £40 million David Ross Sports Village located on the University's University Park campus, using the brand new all-glass show court as well as the Nottingham Squash Rackets Club, set in the historic Park neighbourhood of Nottingham underneath Nottingham Castle.
Premier Squash League Tickets - Home fixtures
- Adult Standard Price - £15.00
- Student Price - £5.00
- Under 16s - attend for free when accompanied by a paying adult
Tickets to all games hosted at David Ross Sports Village or Nottingham Squash Rackets Club can be purchased from the David Ross Sports Village reception or by calling us on +44 (0)115 74 87000.
Premier Squash League 2019/20 Fixtures and Results
Premier Squash League 2017/18 Fixtures and Results
Premier Squash League 2017/18 Fixtures and Results
Getting to the venues
David Ross Sports Village
The David Ross Sports Village is located on the west side of the main University Park campus and can be easily accessed via the West Entrance just off University Boulevard (use postcode NG7 2RD).
Download a copy of the campus map here and you'll find us at location number 34. Parking is available free of charge after 4.30pm in marked spaces and our event car park. Blue badge parking can be found in front of the main entrance to the building.
You can also find details of how to get here by car, bus or tram here. If you have your match ticket you can also use the NET Tram Event ticket which gets you a £2 return ticket. Our nearest park and ride is Toton Lane and you hop off at the University Boulevard stop.
Spectators can purchase food and drinks, including alcoholic beverages by the all-glass court provided by sponsor Sodexo as well as from the Clubhouse Cafe at David Ross Sports Village.
Nottingham Squash Rackets Club
Nottingham Squash and Rackets Club is located on Tattershall Drive, The Park, Nottingham (use postcode NG7 1BX). It's just a short walk from Nottingham City Centre and Nottingham Train Station,
Spectators may park free-of-charge in the Nottingham Squash and Rackets Club car park - limited street parking is also available in the surrounding area.
Spectators can purchase food and drinks, incuding alcoholic beverages from the club bar and function room.
University of Nottingham Squad - Season 2018/19
The University of Nottingham squad features some of the world's top squash players including World No #8 Nick Matthew and University of Nottingham students Coline Aumard and Hana Ramadan, both amongst the world's top 50. Find out more about the squad below.
Nick, otherwise known as ‘The Wolf’, first drew the squash world’s attention when, in 2006, he became the first English player to win the British Open men's title since 1939. From then on his career rocketed, seeing him reach World No.1 in June 2010 and winning both the British Open and the World Open three times!
World Ranking #35
Coline is one of the best French players on the world PSA Tour, with a huge year in 2014 where she lifted three tour titles. Coline went on to break into the World top 30 in 2016 and continues to rise up the rankings. Coline is also a current student at the University of Nottingham, studying for an MA in Education.
World Ranking #25
Nicolas is firmly established as Switzerland’s greatest player, being the only Swiss player ever to reach top 20 in the World rankings in 2012. He then reached a career-high of #17 in December 2014. Securing the Charlottesville Open Title in late September showed he's in strong form this season.
World Ranking #20
Declan, who is originally from Nottingham, has been rapidly climbing his way up the world rankings reaching the top 25 this year. After a promising start to the 2017 Tournament of Champions, Declan drew attention from World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy, who named him “certainly one of the best young English players coming through."
World Ranking #61
Joining the PSA World Tour in 2011, Hana claimed her first World title in 2015 at the Brqthru Pharco Alexandria Open, breaking into the top 50 in the following year.
Ramadan broke into the world’s top 50 for the first time in her career at the end of 2016. Originally from Egypt, Hana studied physiotherapy at the University of Nottingham and won the British Universities women's singles title in 2016 and 2017.
World Ranking #57
Richie is another of England Squash's top young players and is a former National and European Champion. He competed in the PSA World Tour for the first time aged only 17 in 2012 and has been a consistent presence ever since. This year saw him break the World top 60 after victory at the PSA Tour event in Toulouse.
World Ranking #88
Jamaican national Chris Binnie is the Jamaican and Caribbean top ranked player. With a career-high ranking of #72 from 2016, Chris won his 8th Caribbean championship title in August 2017 without dropping a game. Off the court, Chris is the Assistant Men's coach for the Trinity College Connecticut squash programme in the United States.
World Ranking #65
Chris has swiftly climbed the world rankings since making his first PSA World Tour appearance back in 2010. Born in New York, Chris became the US National Champion at the end of the 2016-17 season as well as winning two bronze medals from the Pan American Championships so heads into the Premier Squash League season in top form.
World Ranking #131
After a successful year of winning the Russian and the McLean open back in spring of this year, Adam has been working hard since and can hopefully continue his winning streak this winter. As well as squash, Adam’s other interests lie in other sports such as cricket and horse racing.
Nottingham-born Lewis is the current Assistant Coach of the University of Nottingham squad after spending 5 seasons as Assistant Coach for the Yale University programme in Connecticut. He turned professional in 2007 with a career-high ranking of #91 in 2013.
World Ranking #291
Adam is a current University of Nottingham Scholar and competes for the Men's 1st team in British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS). Before taking time out for an injury, Adam held a career-high ranking of #105 and reached the semi-finals of the British U23 Open in January 2016. This summer he was selected to represent Great Britain at World University Championship Squash (WUCS) where he won team gold.
World Ranking #404
Matt competes for the Men's 1st team at the University of Nottingham and won British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) team silver in 2016-17.Studying for an Economics degree, Matt is a current UoN sports scholar and represented Team GB at the 2016 World University Games in Malaysia.