Bridge Members have exclusive use of an attractively appointed Bridge Room, accommodating up to 20 tables in a light and airy space.
This active and welcoming section caters for all standards of player, from beginner to social to competitive, with an emphasis on enjoyable bridge at all levels.
A comprehensive programme of weekly classes and coaching is run by Paul Mendelson, the well-known author and Financial Times bridge correspondent and Tim Chanter, an experienced tournament player. The Club employs a professional director, Steve Foster, for the main duplicate sessions.
The programme includes: Duplicate Bridge, Teams of Four, Chicago, Classes, Supervised Play, Gentle Duplicate and a full fixture list of inter-club matches, internal and external competitions and social events.
Roehampton Club is home to an impressive range of sports facilities, a variety of games and activities, experienced staff and social events that offer the opportunity for Members, their friends and family to come together for competition, coaching, fun and relaxation.
Croquet has been a part of sporting life at Roehampton Club since 1902 and our four, international-standard lawns are reputed to be among the best in the country – along with, we believe, the UK’s only floodlit lawn.
Activities and Games
There is much more to Roehampton Club than its sports. Complement your membership with our wide-ranging activities and games, from art, photography and choir to backgammon, snooker and chess.