British Padel is a not-for-profit organisation limited by guarantee and receives no public funding. It is the acting governing body supported by it’s affiliated members of players, coaches, clubs and approved by the International Padel Federation (FIP).

Our organisation is responsible for measuring participation, implementing regulation, and overall minimal standards for all aspects of the sport including and not limited to; court installations, coaching courses, guidance for players, coaches, and clubs. British Padel is currently seeking full recognition from the UK Recognition, a joint policy comprised of the five Sports Councils (Sport England, Sport Scotland, UK Sport, Sport Wales and Sport Northern Ireland).

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

British Padel consists of the President, Vice President, Executive and Non-Executive board members, supported by committee members of which contribute their time and expertise voluntarily.

Peter Vann

Peter Vann

President
Tim Edwards

Tim Edwards

Vice President
Tom Murray

Tom Murray

Executive Director
Tracy Jones

Tracy Jones

Non-Executive Director
David Bulgin

David Bulgin

Non-Executive Director
Jonathan Rowland

Jonathan Rowland

Non-Executive Director

OUR MISSION BOOK

Our mission is to provide support and guidance enabling a faster growth for the sport of Padel.  We strive to implement structure and regulation whilst defining minimum standards for our evolving sport. We will assist with Padel development matters, pointing individuals and organisations in the right direction wherever required. Our association has been formed by padel enthusiasts, professionals and padel players alike, determined to work together to create the perfect foundation for our sport.

ACHIEVE FINANCIAL STABILITY

Consisting of a strategy whereby our commercial partners and members will support infrastructure. Players, Coaches, Clubs will all contribute in exchange for support, guidance and product. The board of directors has been developed with individuals that can contribute added value, with the objective of achieving financial from it’s beginnings.  This is being achieved through various avenues however the priority focus lies within establishing a viable membership structure so as to genuinely assist and develop the sport accordingly.

MEASURING PARTICIPATION

Vital to the success of our sport, measuring continued participation will enable padel to become a classified sport within the UK. We rely heavily on our affiliated clubs to communicate accurate participation reports on a regular basis. Such data will be communicated in our annual reports.

The funds generated from our membership structure will be used to cover -:

  • The costs associated with administering British Padel and it’s services
  • Marketing and PR
  • Affiliation to the International Padel Federation
  • Administering teams for international competition/s