The England Squash performance hubs develop home environments around the country that support funded players by providing access to world-class facilities, coaching and support services. Find out more about the performance hubs below:
Situated in Hertfordshire there are regular squads held at Berkhamstead lead by world class squash coaches Paul Carter and Adam Fuller with strength and conditioning support available through Fiona Salt.
Home to Nick Matthew's Academy, Hallamshire Tennis and Squash Club is home to regular squads headed up by Nick Matthew and Neil Guirey featuring pros from across the region. Utilising the partnership with the English Institure of Sport in Sheffield strength and conditioning is available with world renowned coach Mark Campbell and nutritional support from Ollie Turner.
The national squash centre is the home of England Squash, hosting regular England academy and senior squads including access to National coaches David Campion and Josh Taylor for regular sessions each week. Strength and conditioning training is available through the Manchester Institute of Health Performance and the English Institute of Sport with England Squash Strength and Conditioning lead Nathan Wells.
Pontefract has a long history of making champions under the tutelage of Malcolm Willstrop including two World No. 1's his son James Willstrop and Lee Beechill, and more recently the first British male British Junior Open champion since James, Sam Todd. Available at Pontefract are regular squads with world class squash coach Malcolm Willstrop and access to strength and conditioning support from Mark Campbell.
West Warwickshire Sports Club is home to the Rob Owen Academy which has started to produce world class squash players. Started by former World No.19 Rob Owen the academy has propelled squash players such as Jasmine Hutton and Sarah Jane Perry to the top of their games. As well as regular squads with world class coach Rob Owen strength and conditioning coaching is also available from Rob Norman.