Welcome to Milton Keynes Tennis Club (MKTC) 


Here at Milton Keynes Tennis Club we provide a warm welcome to all, from the absolute beginner to the experienced tennis player. Take up your tennis racket and join MKTC for a game of tennis.


Half price membership until 31 March 2017 - available from  1 Sept


To join/renew your membership click here

Our Facilities Include:

  • 4 Floodlit Astro-Turf All-Weather Courts
  • 2 newly resurfaced Floodlit Hardcourts
  • Clubhouse and Bar available for use by Club Members
  • Indoor coaching for tots and minis during November - March

A wide variety of coaching is available for all ages and abilities from our qualified coaching team, including one-to-one lessons, group sessions, club team sessions.


Regular Activities:

  • Club social mixed tennis every Monday morning from 9.30am,  Wednesday evening from 7:00pm and Sunday morning from 10:00 am 
  • Ladies tennis on Tuesday evening from 7:00pm
  • Mens tennis on Thursday evening from 7:00pm
  • Junior Club Night on Friday evening from 5:00pm. Contact coach
  • Junior Tennis: Group lessons for all abilities on Sunday morning from 9:15am
  • Junior Coaching on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4:00 pm.
  • Junior Team Tennis in Aegon Leagues and Milton Keynes League
  • Coaching Programme hours every day
  • Other Tournaments – Open Mixed Doubles, Veterans, Singles, Doubles, Handicap and Juniors
  • Team Tennis – MKTC has Mens, Womens and Mixed teams competing in Bucks Shield, Aegon and Milton Keynes League
  • Social Events at the Pavilion Bar


MKTC Clothing

For details of hoodies and T-shirts send an email request to: info@mktc.co.uk

Milton Keynes Tennis Club

 The Pavilion
 Woughton on the Green
 Milton Keynes
 MK6 3EA


History of MKTC (1957-2012)


2015 Brochure


MKTC Constitution



“The committee welcomes constructive feedback and would like to know what members would like at the club."



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