Welcome to Boston Manor Tennis Club (BMTC). The club is based in Boston Manor Park, Brentford, TW8 and welcomes members of all standards regardless of race, age, gender, sexual orientation or ability. BMTC is associated with Friends of Boston Manor, which is a not-for-profit company Limited by Guarantee which protects the common interests of Boston Manor Park and Boston Manor House.

The club is situated in the middle of the Boston Manor Park and as such is very secluded and offers perfect peace and tranquillity for playing or watching tennis. The park is the receiver of the Green Flag Award for excellence for 17 consecutive years.

BMTC has 3 tennis courts, re-surfaced to LTA standards in 2008 with funds raised by FOBM and BMTC, which remain in fair condition but we are currently seeking quotes to refurbish the courts in 2023. They offer superb drainage; ensuring play can take place soon after the rain stops. The lighting facilities were successfully completed as part of the enhancement works in 2012. In 2016 we successfully funded the replacement of the exterior fencing to the courts, provided a new locking system, carried out minor court repairs and cleaned and painted the three courts.

BMTC is a non-profit making club with all funds raised re-invested into the club contributing towards the upgrade, maintenance and improvement of the tennis facilities. We are lucky to have some excellent committee members who are very much hands on when something needs to be done.

BMTC aims to provide a tennis club open to all at a reasonable price. Over the years the club has built up an enthusiastic group of players drawn from the local community, students and businesses and is particularly popular with families.

BMTC has 2 fully qualified tennis coaches, who provide excellent coaching to children and adults throughout the year. Please visit the coaching page to see what is on offer.

A new pavilion and refurbished toilets are scheduled to open in Spring 2023.

The Friends of Boston Manor have decided not to continue to run the café when it re-opens but will keep a presence in the park through the tennis club.