Organize A Squash Program or Event

From hosting tournaments for juniors to organizing leagues and club events for adults the opportunities to get players active are endless. Tournament Directors, League Administrators, and Club Professionals can find helpful resources below to more efficiently manage organized play within their club, league, or district.

Add your Event to the Calendar

Run a Tournament

Manage A Team League


Become a Tournament Director

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Tournament Resources

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US Squash Announces Phased Resumption of Accredited Competition

Accredited US Squash competitions will open for registration over the coming weeks in coordination with the community and local facilities. The phased resumption of competitive play prioritizes safety and fairness, and will continue to evolve with changes in local, state and federal guidelines and based on feedback from the squash community. During the summer and fall, squash facilities started to open with limited options for play. The allowed types of participation have now expanded in...

US Squash Announces Access Youth Academy as Third Community Affiliate

US Squash has announced Access Youth Academy, located in San Diego, California, as the third facility – and the first on the West Coast – to be accredited as an official US Squash Community Affiliate. As a Community Affiliate, Access Youth Academy (Access) joins Portland Community Squash and Atlanta Community Squash – first announced in August of 2020 and November of 2019, respectively – and will be followed by the Arlen Specter US Squash Center,...

US Squash Announces Portland Community Squash as Second Community Affiliate and Partners with Its Founder

US Squash has announced Portland Community Squash (PCS) as the second facility to be accredited as an official US Squash Community Affiliate. The Community Affiliate initiativebegins the process of developing more formal relationships with key regional facility partners that are closely aligned with US Squash’s mission of promoting squash’s growth and development by increasing access and awareness, supporting meaningful lifelong engagement in the sport, and encouraging sportsmanship while achieving competitive excellence. Community Affiliates conduct US...

US Squash Fiscal Year Ends June 30; Your Support is Needed Now

US Squash relies on contributions to strengthen the organization and allow us to deliver against our mission. US Squash works to drive every facet of squash forward at all levels: from junior development to adult squash; urban, community and team programs; amateur to professional singles and doubles; and programs that support and train professionals, coaches, officials and administrators. The impact of the pandemic on US Squash is severe. Half of the organization’s revenue sources are...

US Squash COVID-19 Updated Resources

    US Squash is helping the squash community navigate the current shutdown by keeping players active and engaged, assisting clubs and programs with strategies for a return to play, and planning for the future of the sport. The US Squash COVID-19 Resources Page aggregates the most current information and guidelines. These resources include the latest news, a squash opening status by state interactive map, community FAQ’s, resources for players, clubs & coaches, and guidelines for resumption...

Junior Squash Update: Return to Play and Competition

  Almost three months ago the coronavirus pandemic required both the suspension of squash programming and the temporary closure of facilities across the United States. It has certainly been a difficult time for many in the squash community, however, US Squash is facing this challenge and planning for a return to the squash courts. The organization is actively positioning itself to best serve our members who we know are eager to resume play. During this time,...