Leagues

In the squash world, county leagues are the backbone for all County Associations across the UK. In Berkshire, we have a tradition of providing competitive leagues, stretching back to 1980. Before this time, the leagues operated as the Thames Valley league, and a few of our older players can still remember those days too!

Our leagues are competitive, yet friendly, and players from neighbouring counties often choose to play in Berkshire, because of the standard and atmosphere at our clubs.

Winter League

Winter League

Our Winter league is our most competitive league, as squash players often focus on their squash between September and May. We normally have 600+ players playing bi-weekly on a Thursday night, with many top county players and professionals competing in the top division. To find out more, please click here.

Summer League

Summer League

Our Summer league is not quite as competitive, with less professional players playing in the top division. However, we still normally manage to get 40+ teams entering, with over 500 players competing again bi-weekly on a Thursday night. To find out more, please click here.

Veterans League

Veterans League

Unsurprisingly, considering how high the standard was in the 1980’s and 90’s, the standard of our Vet’s league remains quite high today. Matches are played bi-weekly on a Monday and we normally have over 200 players competing – many of whom also compete on a Thursday night. To find out more, please click here.

Honours Board

Honours Board

To see the rich history of our winning teams, dating back to the 1980’s, please click here and navigate between the different tabs. In the Winter League, Premier division, you will see that Charters have now been victorious for 11 out of the last 12 years, with only the worldwide Covid pandemic stalling their progress in the 2020/21 season.

In the squash world, county leagues are the backbone for all County Associations across the UK. In Berkshire, we have a tradition of providing competitive leagues, stretching back to 1980. Before this time, the leagues operated as the Thames Valley league, and a few of our older players can still remember those days too!

Our leagues are competitive, yet friendly, and players from neighbouring counties often choose to play in Berkshire, because of the standard and atmosphere at our clubs.

Winter League

Our Winter league is our most competitive league, as squash players often focus on their squash between September and May. We normally have 600+ players playing bi-weekly on a Thursday night, with many top county players and professionals competing in the top division. To find out more, please click here.

Summer League

Our Summer league is not quite as competitive, with less professional players playing in the top division. However, we still normally manage to get 40+ teams entering, with over 500 players competing again bi-weekly on a Thursday night. To find out more, please click here.

Veterans League

Unsurprisingly, considering how high the standard was in the 1980’s and 90’s, the standard of our Vet’s league remains quite high today. Matches are played bi-weekly on a Monday and we normally have over 200 players competing – many of whom also compete on a Thursday night. To find out more, please click here.

Honours Board

To see the rich history of our winning teams, dating back to the 1980’s, please click here and navigate between the different tabs. In the Winter League, Premier division, you will see that Charters have now been victorious for 11 out of the last 12 years, with only the worldwide Covid pandemic stalling their progress in the 2020/21 season.