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Performance squash

Reach your

Performance squash team

Join the elite, push past your limits and exceed both athletically and academically with the University of Warwick performance squash team.

Apply for a squash scholarship

Available for the brightest and best talent in squash.

Register your interest today

Got a question?

steven dot townsend at warwick dot ac dot uk


Individually tailored year-round programme

Regular group training sessions

Individual technical and pressure sessions

Regular tactical matchplay analysis


Your physical training plan and S&C sessions overseen by UKSCA Coach

Physio support

Nutritional support

Sports psychology support

Financial support (for scholars)


England Squash High-Performance Coach, Steve Townsend

Former Coach to numerous World top 20 players including Sarah-Jane Perry

Former EDP coach

The programme is also supported by Guy Pearson ES level 3 coach.

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Elite squash

The University of Warwick and Kenilworth Squash PSL plays in the Northern Division, with Ali Farag, Raphael Kandra and Sarah-Jane Perry all being squad members.

Giving you the chance to watch squash of the highest level, but also to compete at a professional level.

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Excel doing what you love

We support all our players to reach their potential, both athletically and academically.

Helping you excel at squash is our priority. So we'll be with you every step of the way to ensure you succeed.

What the coaches say

It's an exciting time to be involved with squash at Warwick. We have a brand new comprehensive weekly programme for both on and off court, and our new £49 million sports hub will open in Spring 2019 - offering 6 state of the art glass back courts."

Steve Townsend, Head Squash Coach

Being a platinum-level club on our Team Warwick Performance Programme, the Performance Squash team benefits from dedicated, individualised Strength and Conditioning support throughout the training week. These sessions are designed to support the court training by improving the physical determinants of squash, and improve general athleticism and robustness to reduce the risk of injury.”

Nick Manning, Lead Strength & Conditioning Coach