Here at Sports Courts UK Ltd, we are proud to be a regional approved distributor and installer for Padel Tech Ltd. Our exclusive agreement offers a fantastic opportunity for sports venues across the UK to enter into the world’s fastest growing sport.
Padel Tech Ltd was founded in order to provide an exclusive service in the design and construction of indoor and outdoor Padel facilities. Padel Tech Ltd also has an exclusive worldwide license for Adidas PADEL and has already installed over 700 courts, in 16 countries, which include pillar, panoramic, portable, aluminium and competition courts.
Want to learn more? Get in touch to speak to our dedicated and highly experienced team of professionals. We’re ready to discuss the fantastic innovative Padel court solutions available and demonstrate the comprehensive service we can offer to help to support you in introducing this new sport at your sports venue.
“We’re delighted to work with Chris Rolph and Steve Hillier at Sports Courts UK Ltd. They share our passion for sport, commitment to quality and genuine pride in delivering the best possible solution for customers. We believe our courts are the market leaders and our customers benefit from the bespoke design and fabrication processes that are unique to Padel court manufacturer AFP Courts (Barcelona, Spain). Engineered specifically to withstand UK weather conditions, they are the obvious choice for any venue investing in a long term commitment to Padel.”– Paul Ross, Managing Director for Padel Tech Ltd in the UK.
Frequency Asked Questions
What is Padel?
Padel, which is growing rapidly all over Europe, is played on an enclosed court about a third of the size of a tennis court. The rules are the same as tennis, played with the same balls, although serving is under-hand and the walls are used as part of the game. To find out more detail about the game contact us now.
Where does Padel come from?
Invented in Acapulco (Mexico) by Enrique Corcuera in the 1960s, Padel was exported to the Costa del Sol (Spain) in the early 1970s, where the first purpose-built courts were erected at the Marbella Club. It quickly blossomed and became popular in Hispanic countries, particularly Spain and Argentina, and also flourished on the Algarve in Portugal.
Padel is now played by over 10 million people worldwide, in 36 countries and there are over 60 courts currently operational in the UK; double the number in 2018. With support from Sports Courts UK, you can benefit from this continuing popularity.
Can anyone play Padel?
Padel is great for all ages; it is not power dominant and caters to all levels of play. With limited racquet skills, players can quickly engage in dynamic and fun rallies, utilising the court’s surroundings. Padel is always played in doubles, which makes it very social and therefore ideal for the entire family. Give us a call to learn more about the game.