Pelham Racquet Club

Current Courts Status:
Please call the Pelham Racquet Club at 205-621-3380 for the status of the courts.

Monday - Thursday
8:00AM - 9:00PM

8:00AM - 5:00PM

8:00AM - 6:00PM

12:00PM - 6:00PM



Upcoming Tournaments: 2018 Schedule

April 08-152018 Legacy Women's $25,000.00 Pro Circuit Tournament
May 03-06USTA State 55 & Over
May 31- June 3 USTA State 40 & Over

June 14-18
August 4-5

11th Annual Rick and Bubba Super Summer Slam
Southern Fast 4 Championships 18+ and 50+ Age Divisions      SOUTHERNTENNIS.COM/FAST4

August 9-12Alabama State Closed Age NTRP
September 1-4Southern Closed 14's
October 11-14Fall Classic

More Social Events Coming Soon!


2nd Annual Pelham Racquet Club College Tournament



April 26-29          Mixed 55's and Combo 65's Invitational (Gulf Shores)

May 3-6              Adult 55's League Championships ( Pelham)

May 17-20          Adult 40's League Championship 3.5 and 4.5 (Auburn)

May 31-June 3      Adult 40"s League Championship 3.0 and 4.0 (Pelham)

June 21-24         Adult 18's League Championships (Mobile)

Sept. 6-9           Mixed League 18's & 40's Championships (Dothan)

Sept. 20-23       Tri Level 18's, 40's, & 55's Championships (Gulf Shores)

Oct. 4-7             Adult 65's League Championship (Huntsville)

Oct. 25-28         Southern Combo Doubles 40's & 55's (Gulf Shores)

Nov. 8-11           Southern Combo Doubles 18's (Gulf Shores)



Weather Siren Out of Service
3/7/2012  3440 Pelham Pkwy; Post Airgas

The outdoor warning siren located at 3440 Pelham Pkwy; Post Airgas is going to be placed out of service for approximately 30-45 days. 

While the outdoor warning system is an effective method of notifying those outdoors, it is only one component of a comprehensive emergency warning system including the use of NOAA weather radios, the Emergency Alert System, and emergency notifications from local media.


If the outdoor warning system is heard at anytime other than scheduled test days, seek shelter and tune in to local radio, television, or your NOAA weather radio for instructions and information. It is equally important that citizens understand that this is not the only source of information. Citizens should familiarize themselves with local T. V. and radio stations that can relay information on inclement weather. Being aware of expected weather will allow residents to prepare for the worst, and hope for the best. In addition, monitoring these news and information channels will allow residents to be aware of weather as it progresses, and make informed decisions regarding personal safety, quite possibly before warning sirens can be activated.  It is important to remember that any thunderstorm can produce a tornado with little or no warning. Listen to a battery-powered NOAA weather radio or local radio or television station for updated information and to determine when conditions are safe.


When a tornado warning is issued, take the following immediate safety precautions:

         In a home or building, move to a pre-designated shelter, such as a basement.

         If an underground shelter is not available, move to an interior room or hallway on the lowest floor and get under a sturdy piece of furniture.

         Stay away from windows.

         Get out of automobiles.

         Do not try to outrun a tornado in your car; instead, leave it immediately.

         Mobile homes, even if tied down, offer little protection from tornadoes and should be abandoned.