COME AND BELONG
A warm welcome awaits anyone looking to boost their fitness, enjoy racquet sport, unwind and relax in the company of good friends.
We offer outstanding facilities – tennis, padel tennis, squash, racketball, gym, fitness classes, indoor and outdoor pools, bar, bistro and family spaces – all set in stunning grounds.
As beautiful as our grounds and facilities are, we’re about so much more than this. We’re a home from home for the whole family – a place where you can work, rest and play, enjoy a buzzing social events calendar and connect with a diverse range of people.
We’re also proud to play a leading role in igniting a passion for racquet sport within our local community, nurturing talented young players and hosting tournaments where today’s bright stars can shine.
Our members are the beating heart of our club and we’re committed to ensuring everyone belongs in our vibrant community.
Last weekend, our Edgbaston Priory Squash and Racketball members took part in a challenge to make a difference. They committed to spending 24-hours playing a non-stop squash and racketball relay to raise money for BBC Children in Need.
Meet Mackenzie Griffith, She has been a member of The Edgbaston Priory Club since she was six years old and has just come back from Canada where she proudly represented Great Britain in the Canadian and US nationals held in Kimberley.
Our Chair’s Challenge 2023 was a whirlwind of excitement, sportsmanship and learning, all in one impressive afternoon. The event offered members of the club an incredible opportunity to explore and experience the club from a different perspective.
The Edgbaston Priory Club Squash Academy juniors left their mark at the British Junior Championships 2023 when Siona and Naishe emerged as British Champions in their respective categories.
It’s official! Squash has been selected for inclusion in the LA28 Olympic Games. This historic moment marks a long-held dream coming true for the squash community.
We are excited to be hosting the British Junior Open for another year, and last week , England Squash announced a game-changing partnership for the tournament.
Edgbaston Priory is proud to celebrate the achievement of our professional associate, Dan Evans, who has secured the biggest title of his career.
Jelena Ostapenko becomes the 29th player to lift the Maud Watson trophy, winning the Rothesay Classic Birmingham singles title at the Edgbaston Priory Club.
We offer a range of exciting opportunities for people looking to develop their career in sport, leisure and hospitality.
We’re looking for friendly, welcoming and caring people who are committed to delivering an exceptional experience for all our members, guests and visitors.
We’re a fun and lively place to work, with an excellent range of benefits and plenty of opportunities for you to develop.
Take a look at the range of opportunities available and come and belong.
Members enjoy training alongside world-class athletes and seeing the very best exponents of tennis and squash in action, with exclusive Member offers on tickets and hospitality at these events.