Try Something New! Play Pickleball in Lincolnshire
Pickleball is the fastest-growing sport in the US and is rapidly becoming popular in the UK, too. This fun, fast-paced game combines elements of tennis, badminton and table tennis. You play pickleball either indoors or outdoors on a badminton-size court with a slightly modified tennis net.
It’s easy to learn and simple to play, too. Players use hard paddles to hit the ball over the net, and a light perforated plastic ‘wiffle ball’ to play.
There is also a Wheelchair version of the sport that has a growing community of players around the world. Wheelchair players can play with standing players, or on their own.
“I really enjoy the pickleball sessions at the leisure centre, it’s a really fun sport for lots of different people with different abilities. It’s a good workout and feels exciting & new as it’s not something I’ve done before. I really love coming to play”Pickleball participant at Meridian Leisure Centre
See It In Action
Watch this short video from Pickleball England showing people enjoying this fun sport:
Where to Play Pickleball in Lincolnshire
Discover where you can learn how to play Pickleball in Lincolnshire and find a group or club near to you.
Boston Tennis Club
Peter Paine Performance Centre, Boston
The Boston Pickleball Club meets at the Peter Paine Performance Centre in Boston. Join their group and get more information by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grantham Tennis Club
Riseholme College Showground Campus
Discover more about joining the Lincoln Pickleball Club at Riseholme College Showground Campus on their Facebook page.
Meridian Leisure Centre, Louth
Join the Grimsby Pickleball Facebook Page to find out more about joining the club and join the game in North East Lincolnshire.
Brigg Pickleball, Ancholme Leisure Centre
Contact email@example.com for more details about joining Brigg Pickleball at the Ancholme Leisure Centre in North Lincolnshire.
Tealby Tennis and Bowls Club
Newly introduced to the club at Tealby, contact the club directly for more information on playing Pickleball: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find Out More
Find out more about Pickleball on the Pickleball England website.