We run major competitions catering for the very best players in the squash community.
The British Open Squash Championships is the oldest and most established tournament in the game of squash. It is widely considered to be one of the two most prestigious tournaments in the game, alongside the World Open.
Who it's for: the very best players from around the world.
The British Open Masters Squash Championships is the oldest and most established tournament in the game of squash and considered to be one of the two most prestigious tournaments in the game, alongside the World Masters.
Who it's for: the very best masters players in the world.
The British National Masters Squash Championships are the national squash championships for players from the United Kingdom & Ireland - held annually in February.
Who it's for: the very best masters players in the UK and Ireland.
For the top players in the country, the icing on the cake is to qualify to play for England in the Home Internationals.
Players are selected based on points gained at the British Open Masters, the National Championships and Regional Events.
Home internationals are managed by the Masters committee.
Run by the Nick Matthew Academy on behalf of Hallamshire Tennis & Squash Club in Sheffield, the National Club Championships is the pinnacle of club team squash with the finals at the end of the season.
The winners of the men’s and women’s categories are put forward to compete in the European Club Championships.
Who it's for: the very best club teams in England.
National Squash 57 Championships
The National Squash 57 Championships is the pinnacle of the Squash 57 season. They are held annually in July..
Who it's for: the best players in the UK and Ireland.
The British Under 23 Championships were reintroduced to the squash calendar in 2009 after a number of years away and they are now held annually in April.
Who it's for: the very best U23 players in the UK and Ireland.