Welcome to your World University Squash Championships newsletter; the place where you can find latest updates, information and links regarding the upcoming event. It’s less than 5 months until the Championships come to Birmingham from 6 – 12 September: and we’re delighted to share today’s news that the event is now registered as a PSA Closed Satellite event (and so will attract PSA ranking points).

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Birmingham is rapidly establishing itself as a major international squash city, and the University of Birmingham is delighted to be hosting the 10th edition of the World University Championships in its brand new Sport & Fitness club, formally opened a few weeks ago by IOC Member HRH Princess Royal. With six ASB squash courts and an all-glass show court erected specially for the event, the Championships are part of a series of squash events in Birmingham, including the new venue for the highly successful relaunch of the British Junior Open; European Team Championships in 2019; and the venue for the 2022 Commonwealth Games squash.


If you haven’t already, check out the official World University Squash website. It has everything from the history of the event, registration information and schedules, as well as information about the facilities and accommodation in Birmingham.


Thank you to the 23 nations who have already registered – we’re looking forward to welcoming you to Birmingham! With lots of world-class players expected to descend on the city for the Championships, we want to ensure that every nation is registered – so the deadline has been extended until 23 June 2018. Make sure that you have registered your nation on the FISU website before the deadline to ensure entry.