A WARM WELCOME TO THE NEW LEEDS TENNIS LEAGUE WEBSITE!
The Leeds Summer League 2019 will commence at the end of April. As usual the competition will involve Mens, Ladies and Medley divisions. Fixtures have been distributed to Team Captains and are now available to view on the LTA System via the links from this web-site. Clubs are reminded that planned fixture changes should be made before the start of May and notified to League Co-Ordinators.
The 2019/20 Winter League will run again later this Winter. Matches will start during September at the Carnegie Sports Centre in Headingley, and we now need to confirm which teams will be playing so that we can finalise Divisions and Dates with the University. The deadline for receiving entries this year will be 18th August 2019 – entries to go to Gill Telford as normal (contact details on the Winter League web page).
Please see the top menu and page links down the left for further details.
Please note DATE CHANGE for the 2019 Autumn General Meeting – It will now be held at Alwoodley Tennis club on Wednesday 23rd October at 8pm
The 2019 AGM took place on Wednesday 13th March, 8pm at Alwoodley Tennis Club. The Minutes can be seen here.
The Leeds Tennis League has been in existence since 1964, when it was set up by 6 local clubs to give them the opportunity to play competitive mixed doubles.
It has since expanded, and the league now comprises around 90 teams, playing mixed/medley, mens, ladies and junior team tennis. Teams are entered by participating tennis clubs from within Leeds and surrounding districts. A full list of participating clubs can be found by following the Clubs & Maps link above. Enquiries from new clubs are always welcome – please contact the Chairman or Secretary in the first instance.
In addition, there is an indoor winter medley league, which plays at Leeds Beckett University’s Carnegie Tennis Centre, a Veterans League and a thriving Round Robin Singles League open to any player in the area.
The league is run by a team of volunteers, supported by Leeds City Council, with financial support from the Lawn Tennis Association.
An agreed constitution provides a framework for running the league and Autumn and Spring AGM’s are organised each year to manage it.
Last Upd 17/9/19