Team England is one of the most successful Commonwealth Games squash nations, winning 38 of the 100 medals since squash was introduced in 1998.
Some of the world's greats have represented Team England including Peter Nicol, Nick Matthew and Laura Massaro. Team England's most successful Games was on home soil in Glasgow in 2014 where they claimed 9 out of the 15 medals on offer.
Team England at the 2018 Games
At the last Games, Team England placed third on the medal table with one gold, two silver and one bronze medal. Appearing in his fourth Games at the age of 34, Team England's James Willstrop sensationally overcame New Zealand's Paul Coll in straight games to claim his maiden title. Watch the moment James struck gold:
Most successful Team England medalists
|Player||Commonwealth Games Medals|
|Peter Nicol||3 x Gold, 1 x Silver (plus one Gold for Scotland)|
|Nick Matthew||3 x Gold, 1 x Silver|
|James Willstrop||1 x Gold, 3 Silver, 2 x Bronze|
|Laura Massaro||3 x Silver|
|Jenny Duncalf||3 x Silver|
Team England 2022 squad
Selection for the 2022 squad will be made in Spring 2022. Check back for updates.
Cheer on our home heroes!
Tickets to watch the squash at Birmingham 2022 will go on sale in Summer 2021 and the official Games website is the only place to buy tickets. To apply for tickets, you’ll need to register for an official ticketing account on the Birmingham 2022 website. Register now and be the first to hear about tickets when they go on sale.