Play Padel at West Worthing Club

Padel – heralded as the World’s fastest growing sport – now at West Worthing Club.

Affectionately described as the ‘lovechild’ of tennis and squash, padel is fun, super easy to learn and because it’s usually played as doubles, it’s really social too.

It’s a strategic game which isn’t dominated by power or strength, making it suitable for friends and families to play together, regardless of age, ability or gender.

The padel court, with its glass and mesh walls, is around two thirds smaller than a tennis court, so there’s less ground to cover. You’ll use a short handled racquet and lower-density tennis balls that provide great controllability and if you are familiar with tennis, you’ll find padel scoring is just the same.

Padel is easy to learn. There are no overarm serves to master and you can play the ball off the glass walls meaning the rallies are longer and more engaging for every player on court. Plus, those glass walls mean you rarely need to chase after the ball between points!


Why play padel?

Padel is addictive. Don’t take it from us, just ask someone who has tried it and you’ll find them enthusing about their new passion.

Whilst tennis takes years to master, padel takes just a few hours to learn. Even half an hour on court should give you time to pick up many aspects of the game and you’ll enjoy a great workout too.

Learning padel will improve your fitness, agility and general well-being.

Celebrities like Andy Murray, David Beckham, Serena Williams and Cristiano Ronaldo all confess to being hooked on padel.

Join us and play padel. We think you’ll love it.

Why Padel at West Worthing?

Our two new, floodlit and covered padel courts offer all day and all year round play.

To get the very best experience, join us as a racquets member to unlock preferential and discounted booking of the padel courts, free social club sessions and discounted coaching. Racquets membership means you can play padel, tennis, squash, racketball and our other sports with a single subscription.

Our not-for-profit club is run by members and offers a family-friendly, close-knit community and affordable sport for everyone.

Not ready to join as a member just yet? Why not book a Pay & Play Padel Court or a Group Coaching course or session. They’re open to everyone.


What else to expect from padel at West Worthing Club

Courses for Everyone

Whether you are new to padel or looking to brush up on your skills, our group courses for beginners and improvers are a fun way to learn with others.


Teams & Competitions

Our established tennis & squash sections offer leagues, competitions and team play for the more competitive member. We are introducing opportunities to compete at all levels in 2024.

Small Group Coaching

You or a group of friends are able to book a lesson with one of our club coaches. These individually tailored sessions are suitable for players of any ability.


Padel Leagues

Internal padel leagues are a great way for members to meet other club players, enjoy regular friendly competitive games against others. New leagues and rounds introduced frequently.

Social Padel Sessions

Our organised social padel club sessions are for members only. They are a great way to meet others and play a few organised friendly games each week.


Pay & Play : Community Padel

Pay & play padel court hire is available to the whole community. You don’t need to be a member to book a court, we just ask you to register with us and pay your court fee online. Racquets can be hired from our Reception.


West Worthing Club’s two floodlit, covered padel courts opened to the whole community in October 2023, serving the local areas of Worthing, Lancing, Littlehampton, Angmering, Arundel, Storrington and surrounding areas in Sussex with premier tennis, padel and squash facilities.