League play, training, competition and camaraderie: the squash community of the greater New York metropolitan area revolves around over 40 squash clubs, both private and public.
New York City | Westchester County and Connecticut
Chelsea Piers Connecticut
12 Courts / Public, Membership Required - Learn to play squash, join a competitive league, or play squash for fun at the Chelsea Piers Athletic Club in Stamford, CT — home to the largest and most dynamic squash facility in the area. Boasts 11 international squash courts and 1 hardball doubles court. Hosts many tournaments throughout the year.
6 Courts / Public, Membership Required - Located in Port Chester and run by Shaun Moxham (coach of David Palmer) and Katline Cauwels (former PSA world #42). Opened in 2018, MSquash is a unique, high-tech squash center with the first ASB interactive courts in the US, and Shaun has the coaching expertise necessary to successfully integrate the technology into effective training. Shaun and Katline’s reputation is such that, although they had only been open one month, their summer 2018 junior programs immediately sold out. Easily accessible for NYC players with a 50-minute Metro North ride from Grand Central Station.
5 Courts / Private, Members Only - The Squash Alley is a small personalized squash club close to downtown Stamford, Ct, providing the very best in court construction and program/coaching arrangement in a healthy, positive environment. With three state-of-the-art ASB courts and an exercise area. The memberships will be categorized in three small groups—Academy, Individual and Non-prime time.