Calling all padel enthusiasts in Plymouth, Maldon, Wirral, and North London-Bushey!
We are thrilled to announce not just one, but four thrilling padel leagues running simultaneously in your areas.
Whether you’re a seasoned player or just starting out, these leagues offer the perfect platform to showcase your skills, meet like-minded players, and experience the joy and fun of competitive padel.
Each league will consist of at least two divisions with a promotion and relegation at the end of the round! The cost of the league will be determined by the number of entrants but will cover court fees for matches (at a discounted rate) and a tube of balls between each pair. To register please follow the link for the league in your respective area.
Please also find below important dates for your diary and the match-play rules for the leagues.
Plymouth Padel League (PPL) – Round 2:
The Plymouth Padel League (PPL) is back for its second round! If you’re located in Plymouth or nearby areas, this is your chance to be part of an exhilarating tournament that brings players of all skill levels together. We’ve had a super successful first round in Plymouth and will be excited to announce the winners of each division next week! To secure your spot for the next round though, register here: PPL Round 2 Registration Form. Don’t wait, as registration closes soon!
Maldon Padel League (MPL):
Maldon players, get ready to embrace the thrill of the Maldon Padel League (MPL)! This league is designed to foster a sense of community and healthy competition. If you’re passionate about Padel and reside in or around Essex, make sure to register here: MPL Registration Form. Don’t miss this opportunity to join the padel action in your area!
Wirral Padel League (WPL):
Attention, padel lovers in Wirral! The Wirral Padel League (WPL) is calling your name. It’s time to grab your Padel racket, gather your friends, and embark on an unforgettable Padel journey. To secure your spot in the league, register here: WPL Registration Form. Join us as we celebrate the spirit of padel in The Wirral and the North West!
North London – Bushey Padel League (NLPL):
Calling all padel enthusiasts in North London-Bushey! The North London – Bushey Padel League (NLPL) is set to ignite the courts with thrilling matches and fierce competition. If you’re in the area and ready to showcase your padel skills, register here: [NLPL Registration Form ](https://forms.gle/QPdDd92Uff3mcpYT6). Don’t miss your chance to be part of this exciting league!
⚠️ Hurry and secure your spot in the league nearest to you! Registrations are limited, and spaces are filling up fast.
Make sure to register early to avoid disappointment. Spread the word among your padel-loving friends and fellow players in these areas. The more participants we have, the more exciting the leagues will be! Let’s come together and create an unforgettable padel experience. Don’t be shy if you are new to the game or have never entered an event. It’s all about fun and friendship at the end of the day.
For any questions or further information about these leagues, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the at the provided contact details on the registration forms. Get ready for an action-packed season of padel in your area! Lace up your trainers, grab your racket, and get ready to show off your skills. We can’t wait to see you on the courts!
Padel United League Rules & Dates
- Registration Deadline: 30/06/2023
- League Start Date: 03/07/2023
- League End Date: 04/09/2023
RULES & USEFUL INFORMATION
- max 10 minutes of on-court warm-up
- matches are played over 120 minutes (including on-court warm-up)
- 3 sets are played, like in tennis with a tiebreaker at 6-6. (please note: not best of 3 sets, 3 sets are played)
- normal deuce at 40-40
- the match is over when 3 sets are played, or when the court time is up.
- change of sides after each odd number of games played.
- in each match, the two teams split a total of 6 points
- set winners get 2 points (per set)
- not finished sets give the leading team 1.5 points if they lead by 2 games or more. The trailing team gets 0.5 points(for example: if the game score is 4-2 when the time is up, the team with 4 games will be awarded 1.5 points, and the trailing team will receive 0.5 points)
- at equal standings, each team will receive 1 point
- a lead with only 1 game is considered a draw; 1 point each(ex: if the standing is 3-2 when the time is up, it is considered as equal standings, a draw, and both teams receive 1 point for that set)
- not yet started sets give each team 1 point each
- when the time is up, unfinished points are not counted, and unfinished games or tiebreaks are not counted
- if a player forfeits, or gives up during the match, the other player wins via walkover (w.o.), which gives the “winning” player 4 points, and the losing team 0 points
- If a team/ player of a team is more than 30 minutes late to a match then the other team via walkover (w.o.), which gives the “winning” player 4 points, and the losing team 0 points