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We kick off our 2019 season with our most complete tournament calendar to date!
Affiliated clubs throughout the UK have all been requesting their official tournaments over the last few months and we’ve now put them all together to bring to you our 2019 calendar. It incorporates tournaments and events both here in the UK and abroad, a national league, and coaching courses (levels 1-3).
We anxiously anticipate a turning point here in the UK as regards to the development of the sport. With a number of projects in the pipeline 2019 is going to make for a spectacular year as new courts and clubs begin opening their doors. We expect to see a real boom in participation due to the huge demand for official tournaments, as players begin to compete for national rankings in their specific categories and age groups.
Affiliated clubs can host either a Bronze, Silver, or Gold tournaments which award different ranking points. A club can decide what categories to offer for each event from Men’s, Ladies, Mixed, Vets, and/or Juniors which will be communicated and advertised accordingly via the British Padel website on tournament posters.
The first UK National Club League gets under way with the British Padel InterClub Championships 2019. Teams will be organised into regional groups and compete throughout the year. Playoffs for the top performing clubs will be hosted at the end of each season.
The regional championships will be held on the weekend of the 11th and 12th May 2019 at the following venues;
This year the playoffs will be hosted at Stratford Padel Club on the weekend of the 21st and 22nd Sept 2019.
The World Padel Tour (WPT) was launched in partnership with Estrella Damm in 2013. It is the most important professional padel championship in the world, both from the organisational level of the tournaments and the participation of the best international players.
Each year there are between 15 and 20 World Padel Tour tournaments plus a final Masters Event in which the best 8 pairs in the rankings over the year compete against each other.
There are male and female events throughout the year, although the number of WPT women's events is currently about half the number of the men's.
The only international circuit of amateur paddle that exists is counting the days until the big kick-off. The IPE continues with its exponential growth and has already presented its roadmap for 2019 with 31 locations and presence in more than 20 countries and 4 continents. The calendar of the season presents great novelties for a course full of emotion in which the paddle will continue to break down borders and conquer new countries, thanks to the boost represented by the support of Bullpadel and Estrella Damm, the two main sponsors of the project.
This year Switzerland and France joined Ireland, England, Scotland and Monaco. The French Masters Team was represented by Équipe Casa Padel.
Chef du Tournoi, Barry Coffey, vice-president of the Irish Padel Association and Casa Padel ensured that this years event was even better than last year’s fantastic inaugural 4 Nations. We welcomed Équipe Casa Padel and Switzerland.
Casa Padel is such a wonderful venue for this event and Irish Padel Association are delighted that Casa Padel hosted this year’s Tournament.
Special acknowledgement to Padel Tech, the UK’s premier padel court installer, for sponsoring the Irish team outfits for the Six Nations Masters Padel Tournament.