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Welcome to the RA Squash Club !


Squash is accessible to everyone — regardless of age, skill, and fitness level. All you really need is some basic gear, and the desire to learn.  


The RA Squash Club has been thriving since 1978 and is home to some of the top squash players in the National Capital Region. The club’s friendly and relaxed atmosphere provides a fun and competitive environment. Whether you are an open player or new to the game, there is something for every player at the RA.


The RA boasts 7 international squash courts and 2 racquetball courts. All members have access to the online booking system. There are regular drop-ins on Saturdays and Sundays; Tuesday night club league (internal); Ottawa and District Mixed City league on Wednesday nights; Women’s city league on Thursday nights; a club ladder; individual team events (internal and external) and so much more.

Club members may reserve one of our seven international courts in advance using our on-line booking system. Club activities include a mixed house league, a Tuesday night club league, Wednesday men’s league, Thursday women’s city league, Saturday & Sunday afternoon drop in and tournaments throughout the year. The club also offers adult clinics as well as an active junior program.  A computerized rating system, accessible to members, allows players to track their progress and find partners. Private, semi-private and group coaching is available.



Looking to improve your game?

Please call us at the RA Squash and Racquetball Club 

613 733-5100 












RA Centre  |  2451 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, ON K1H 7X7 | 613.733.5100 |

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Please note that you will be redirected to our RAC GameTime site.





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