Welcome to the Kings Norton Tennis Club website which is dedicated to serve its Members, potential Members and all who love the game of tennis. The Club is situated near the centre of Kings
Norton, a suburb of Birmingham whose history is recorded in the Doomsday Book.
Our purpose is to ensure our Members have up-to-date details of all our various activities, both tennis and social, progress on our various developments and news on how are teams are
Our aims are:
To welcome and encourage active participation by local people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds
To provide the opportunity for all to play and develop their tennis skill
To cultivate an enjoyable social environment for Members and their families
To implement an innovative and progressive programme to improve the Club and its facilities
We hope to create a friendly and sociable environment for all ages and levels of playing experience and where new members are always welcome.
This website explains how to apply for Membership and provides new Members with information on how to access all the facilities of the Club.
To strengthen our relations with the local community, the Club is running a tennis activity area to attract potential new
members at Kings Norton Farmers' Market on the Green between 8:30am and 3pm on that Saturday. It coincides with Wimbledon, so hopefully the public will engage and we attract more new members from it.
We are setting up a tennis play area and encourage our member's support by coming along to set up, support the activity and help promote the club. So please come along and help if you are
Next Social Event: CLUB PICNIC - Sunday 23rd
11am to 3pm at the club: - tennis, other activities and food / bar available
A great way for new members to get more acquainted with the club and what goes on - more details to
Courts upgrade latest 07/05/2017
The Courts were painted on 6th April and the photogragh below shows the finished surface. Thanks for all who helped clean the courts
prior to Open day last weekend on 29th April. We will need regular working parties to keep it clean as the trees and pigeons arn't playing ball with us - as usual!
We are now looking at quotes for upgrading the floodlights to LED type which should cut the electricity used by 50% - 70%. This should
pay back the installation costs reasonably quickly and maintenance / bulb replacement is much less (there are 2 bulbs out at the moment)