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Dear Padel players around Ireland,

As this unusual year draws to a close, I am sure we all can’t help but reflect on how every aspect of our lives has been impacted and how we all struggle to maintain some sense of normality.

First, I would like to send my thoughts and regards to everyone who has been affected by this virus, and express in return gratitude to all front line workers for their hard work. Thank you for your compassion, dedication and courage.

Wishing our Padel players, of all ages, the very best amid these immense difficulties and many thanks to all of our terrific partners for their continuous support.

The Padel community has done us all proud. Our projects have continued to move forward despite the numerous and considerable challenges.

Huge thanks to our Padel Federation team for your professionalism, resilience and positive attitude. Without the resourcefulness, creativity and work ethics you showed, it would have not been possible to carry on in such insurmountable challenges. Thank you, in particular, to the coaches for their commitment in keeping the children's lessons going despite the ongoing difficulties.

Finally, in what has been a difficult year for so many, the Padel Federation of Ireland (PFI) is thankful for all of you who have continued to keep our organisation active, vibrant and vigorous.

Thank you to the International (FIP) and European (FEPA) Federations for your continued support to help the growth of Padel in Ireland.

The New Year will bring new padel projects and facilities both in Dublin and countrywide. This will be the year of expansion and we hope to get to many places where there are padel players but not padel courts as yet. We count on your support!

Wishing you all a very safe 2021, and may the New Year bring good health, happiness and prosperity.

Yours in sport,

Naomi Nicholl
President of the Padel Federation of Ireland


As per the Government announcement today (30th December 2020), Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club will be closed until further notice from 10 pm tonight, 30th December.

We hope that everyone keeps well during these difficult times. Try to keep active and hopefully we will see you back on court soon in 2021.

We apologise for any convenience but the health and welfare of our staff and customers are of paramount importance. Wishing everyone the very best in the New Year.

Regards and stay safe!

Bushy Park Tennis and Padel Club


Hi all,


As tougher restrictions are coming into play countrywide, we would like give you a few reminders to make your time at the club safer for all... so please:


-Wear your mask in the club all the time except when playing...

-Stay away from common areas and leave the club after you play

-Social distancing in place

-Use your own tennis or padel balls when playing

-Doubles play is not permitted unless your partner is from the same household

-Respect the signs and all rules and regulations in place


We wish to remind players that these new restrictions are there for the wellbeing and health and safety of all players and staff at the club.

The new guidelines are in place until further notice.


We take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy, fruitful and safe New Year 2021.


Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club Management



We would like to wish all our customers a Very Happy Christmas and a peaceful 2021
from all at Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club.


Our Christmas opening hours are:

December 24th: 10:00 – 16:00

December 25th: Closed

December 26th: 16:00 – 22:00

December 27th / 28th / 29th / 30th: 10:00 – 22:00

December 31st: 10:00 – 16:00

January 1st: 16:00 – 22:00

January 2nd: 10:00 – 22:00


We are here to help make all your gift-giving a success this year! Discover our NEW range of Padel rackets and special offers in the club this Christmas. Please ask at the desk or visit our Facebook Page.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Bushy Park Team


This afternoon on the 30th November the News2Day programme featuring Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club was aired by RTE.

It was great to see RTE promoting Tennis and Padel coaching programmes for the younger audience. We wish to thank the RTE staff and all our coaches and young players for being part of this successful programme and for bringing positive news to children countrywide.

You can find the piece featuring the Club on the RTE Player from min 2 to min 4.25 -


Dear members, visitors and friends,


Great news! Thankfully, Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club will be back open on Tuesday 1st December.


Please follow the rules and regulations and Covid-19 guidelines issued by the Club in previous occassions.


We would kindly remind you about a few basic rules now that the booking system is active:


-Honour your booking.

-If you can't make it, you must cancel your booking to avoid extra charges.

-Bookings are not transferable.

-Please have consideration for others and play one time per day max 3 times a week as terms and conditions state.

-Please do not use other accounts or friend´s accounts to make your bookings.

-Check in at the desk before you go on court to play (please arrive 10 mins before).

-Settle your booking and debts before you play next time.

-All names must be added to the bookings and saved on the system.

-Lights fees will be charged to the player who made the booking.


And enjoy tennis and padel sensibly!


Thanks and see you back on court soon!


Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club Management



Dear Club members, visitors and friends,

Following a communication this morning from Sport Ireland, we now must unfortunately inform all members about the suspension of all bookings and activities (including all junior coaching programmes) with immediate effect and until further notice.

The Department of Sport Expert Group is meeting this morning to finalise Level 5 protocols for sporting organisations and once these protocols have been issued, we will communicate further with Club member and visitors.

We understand the difficulties and disappointment that this instruction will pose for players, coaches, club volunteers and staff but the challenge caused by COVID-9 impacts across all sectors of society and sport and we need a nationwide effort to fight it. We at Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club will work closely with the Dublin City Council and Sport Ireland to reopen our Club as soon as possible, even on a restricted basis, in as safe a manner as possible.

The Club would like to thank the staff and coaches at Bushy Park for the work that has been done over the last number of months in providing much needed exercise and safe, socially distant enjoyment to communities across Ireland.

We will keep you posted both through our website and through our social media platforms.



Dear padelers,

It is with regret we have to inform you that the Padel Federation of Ireland committee members have decided to cancel the All Ireland tournament due to take place on the 1oth and 11th October.

The various Covid-19 measures introduced by the Government for the Dublin area have made the tournament non viable at this time. We look forward to organising the All Ireland Championship in the Spring of 2021 and begin our Irish Padel Tour with a major tournament. Then we will close the tour with the All Ireland 2021 in September next year, as we usually do.

We hope all players and enthusiasts will understand our decision and join us in future tournaments.

Yours in sport! Stay safe!


Padel Federation of Ireland Committee

Event has been cancelled.


Dear Club members, friends and visitors,

As the number of coronavirus cases in Dublin continues to rise, the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) has recommended Dublin be raised to Level 3 Risk of the Government's five level plan following considerations the new Covid-19 oversight group.

Therefore, due to Risk Level 3 in Dublin, the Club will impose the use of face masks within Club grounds as mandatory. This means that the only moment when masks can be off is during play time on tennis, padel or basketball courts.

Toilets will remain closed to the public. 

We encourage members and visitors to be sensible to these new measures and wear a face mask and keep social dictancing as a priority. Please continue washing hands regularly and using hand sanitisers available at the Cliub.

For coaching enquiries and how schedule is affected, please speak to coaches and staff .

Best regards to all and stay safe!



The All-Ireland Padel Open Championship will take place in Bushy Park on
Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th October 2020
and it is open to everyone in all categories.

All Clubs may organise preliminary rounds of the tournament prior to the
All Ireland Championship but this is not a requirement to register and
play for your club.

The categories for the tournament are Open, Social 1 (intermediate level) and
Social 2 (beginners level) Both men, both women and mixed category allowed.
The format of the tournament is as follows:

-Matches to be played to the best of 2 sets (with super tiebreak).
-Players can only represent one club and not be playing on other
preliminary rounds in other clubs.

The format of the All-Ireland Finals is as follows:

-Matches (Semis and finals) will be played to the best of 3 sets.
-Prizes for the finalist teams in each category: trophies and padel gear
-Free complimentary Bullpadel t-shirt for players who require it (same
as 2019) for an extra of 15.00 euro.

Players must register with Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club and provide
the following information:

Full name
Mobile Number
T-shirt size (In case)

All the rules of padel and disciplinary code apply for this tournament
under the International Padel Federation regulations and as stated by
the Padel Federation of Ireland. Please look up the following link for
further information:

The tournament is organised by the Padel Federation of Ireland for all
clubs in Ireland and Northern Ireland and it is part of the Irish Padel

Registration for the All-Ireland Padel Open Championship must be made
before Tuesday 6th October.

Good luck to all participants!!


Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club is delighted to announce the padel lessons schedule for 2020-2021. The schedule is quite comprehensive and at affordable prices for all standards.

If you wish to sign up for padel lessons (and indeed tennis lessons too!), please contact reception (desk) at the Club or call us on 01-4905960. You can also pop us an email:

Please see schedule below for further information.

Stay safe and enjoy Bushy Park Club!




We would like to confirm that Dublin Madison Tournament is going ahead. However, due to increased Covid-19 restrictions announced by Government yesterday they must happen Behind Closed Doors without spectators.


Bushy Park will provide a full tournament schedule soon.

There will be a Waiting service area and Tournament reception.

All players must make the effort to follow all rules in place.


We would like to announce that this year there are 88 teams competing in the 6 different categories!

Men A            16

Men B.           29

Men C.          8

Mixed.           21

Women A.     8

Women B.     6


Total:             88 teams



Important Changes:


Spectators should not be allowed on-site.

Players should be encouraged to arrive on time for their match and should leave once completed. The exception to this rule is where clubs are providing table service in line with Fáilte Ireland Guidelines for Bars, Restaurants and Cafes.


​If you have any questions or need advice or help with your upcoming tournament please contact us at reception desk in Bushy Park Tennis & Padel club.


Once we have clarification on all aspects of the new restrictions from the Department of Sport and Sport Ireland we will update our Club, Coaching, Camps and Return to Competition Covid-19 Guidelines accordingly. These will be available on our website.


Thanks for your cooperation on this matter.


Kind regards,


Bushy Park Tennis & Padel Club Management


Full schedule of matches:


Madison Dublin Schedule 2020

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