Create your own Squash Club Leagues and Ladders and host them all here - FOR FREE!
Having your own Squash League/Ladder Website is as easy as 1, 2, 3.....
Register as a user of the siteIt's easy and it's completely free. Just register as a user and you can then start to create your very own Squash Club Website to help you run your squash club's leagues and ladders.
Enter the details of your Squash ClubCreate a separate area on the site just for your squash club. Only members that you select will be able to view the league and ladder details etc.
Add details about your players, leagues and/or laddersCreate accounts for all of your players, create your leagues and/or ladders.... and off you go! Alternatively, join an existing squash club - you can search for a club near where you live, and then send a request to join one of their leagues - click here.
Latest SquashLeagues.org News
Added functionality to allow hosting for "Squash Associations". This allows hosting on the website for multi-team, multi-division squash leagues, complete with fixture lists, team and player statistics. Also updated navigation so that users have a "My Home Page" giving them quick access to the places they are most likely to want to visit.
Added some fancy graphics to show where the various clubs are that use SquashLeagues.org on a map of the worldCheck it out here!
The previously reported problem with the email server has now been rectified and normal service has been resumed. If any users experience further problems with the email server, then please let us know using the "Contact Us" link above. Thanks.
PROBLEMS with Email Server: Sorry, but we are currently experiencing intermittent problems with the email server that is used to sends out messages to members. We are investigating and we will post another update as soon as this is fixed. Please bear with us while this is corrected, and we appologise for any inconvenience. Thanks.
Anyone out there using a Fitbit to monitor their exertions on the squash court? I have one and find it a great way to check your basic exercise stats., such as how many steps you have taken, how many floors you have climbed etc. But also it has a heart rate monitor that allows you to track your heart rate through a game. Fitbit allows users to download this data using in-built functionality on their website, but I wanted more flexibility - so I'm building this feature into the SquashLeagues website. It's very much "work in progress" at the moment, but soon, I hope (subject to Fitbit granting my application access to the right permissions), any Fitbit user will be able to download any of their data using the interface on this site (which uses the official Fitbit API). Check it out here!
If you are interested in reading about what's happening globally related to squash, then you can also check out Squash News from Around the World