End of the line for BSPA

July 2018: After 25 years the BSPA will not exist moving forwards.


It was set up in 1993 to give professional squash players in the UK a body to look after their interests and to organise a circuit events, as the then SRA had given up on the professional game.

25 years on and the PSA is doing a fantastic job for all squash professionals, and the UK now has a wide range of PSA events – from the British Open to Canary Wharf and St George’s Hill, plus Squash Squared, Grimsby/Cleethorpes, Tring, Aberdeen, Cardiff, Bangor plus numerous closed satellites.

British squash players have never had such a great array of tournaments, and can’t ever point at a lack of opportunity as a reason not to succeed. The BSPA has served its purpose.

Tim Garner

The existing events have all confirmed that they will continue to run in 2018/19, but please contact the organisers directly.

02-04 Nov Wimbledon Cup phillip@wimbledonclub.co.uk
16-18 Nov Solent Classic tim.vail@outlook.com
14-16 Dec Boston Open mark@mooret.co.uk
18-20 Jan British Under 23 Paul.Lindsay@roehamptonclub.co.uk
25-27 Jan Edinburgh Open simon@edinburghsportsclub.co.uk
28-30 Mar Dulwich Open tgarner@eventis-sports.com

A brief History of the PSA, and how it began – by Chris Walker



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