(The above map is a guide for visiting teams who want to use the changing rooms)
Entrance to the site - The University of Westminster Sports Ground - is via the main stadium gate (first red arrow above plus photo at bottom of this page) on Hartington Road, which runs between Chiswick Bridge and Grove Park Road, parallel with the Thames.
Our six tennis courts are in two groups of three at the railway line end of the site - only one set of courts is visible from Cavendish Road and both sets are generally hidden from other viewpoints.
You can park in the stadium car park (also the site of the new Roko Health Club) and walk down to the courts. (After driving in through the main gates, turn immediately right and park in the first non-parent / child car parking space available in that row of spaces). Or you can turn left (second red arrow above) by The Little Gym, drive across the new internal road, park in the Cavendish Road pavilion car park and walk down (yellow arrows) from there.
Members of visiting teams: Should you need them, there are changing rooms inside the Cavendish Road pavilion - IF you intend to use them, please check in with main reception on the side of the building facing the pitches. All items left at your own risk. Otherwise you can park on either side of the site (as outlined above) and walk down.
The three tennis courts used for league matches are on the right of the above map - outlined in red.
Click here for another version of the local area map plus print options.
Our postcode is W4 3UH - but note that this does not lead you directly to the Hartington Road entrance.
Chiswick rail station - with direct services from Waterloo - is two mins walk away. The 272 bus stops in both Bolton Road and Spencer Road and the E3 stops on the north side of the rail station.
Both provide a public transport link to Chiswick High Road.
Turnham Green plus Chiswick Park and Gunnersbury tube stations on the District Line are some 20 / 25 mins walk away. Gunnersbury is also served by the London Overground between Richmond and Stratford.
You can access a tube and rail map by clicking here.