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Welcome To The Premier Tennis Facility In The Philadelphia Area 

Recognized by the USTA with the Outstanding Facility award, GCC is one of the world’s only clubs to offer tennis on all major surfaces. Our facilities boast:

  • 20+ grass courts
  • 9 Har-Tru (Hydro-Courts)
  • 6 Red Clay Courts
  • 2 Regulation Hard Courts (Lined for 10 & Under tennis & Pickleball)
  • 4 Indoor Courts (nova bounce)
  • Tennis pro shop

Additionally, our USPTA-certified professional staff works year-round with players of all levels to improve their play while having a great time. Whether you’re young or old, just getting into the game, or a seasoned player, we have the program for you! From a host of weekly Adult Clinics and our world-class Junior Program to our new fan-favorite, pickleball, we have the best of the best and invite you to join us on the courts!  

Dress Code


1. All tennis attire, including clothing, hats, socks, and accessories, worn by all players on the outdoor and indoor courts must be white in color, with no more than modest color trim that appears on less than 10% of each article of clothing. Tennis footwear may be non-white. 

2. The areas of the tennis facility on which the rules governing “all-white” attire apply within all courts. 

3. Tennis footwear must be appropriate to the surface and may not have cleats or other sole design features that might damage court surfaces. Grass court tennis shoes are prohibited. 

4. Men are required to wear tennis-specific shirts (a collar is not required). Junior boys under the age of 18 are permitted to wear all-white tee shirts or GCC tee shirts. 

5. Players may wear non-white warm-up suits over white tennis attire while warming up or playing on all courts between September 15 and May 15. 

6. Between May 15 and Sept. 15, warm-up suits must be white with only modest color trim (less than 10% of each article of clothing). 

7. A full line of appropriate tennis attire is available for purchase in the pro shop for members’ convenience.

Adult Tennis Program

Play Opportunities

Need a game?
Sign up at the grass starter board as “Looking for a Game” and the starter will try to match available players or contact Dan Dotsey for help
Interclub Cup Teams
These women's teams play in the Spring and are level appropriate.  Matches are played either on Monday's or Wednesday's at 10:00 am at home and at other area clubs.
USTA Teams 
Competition at various levels, gender and formats.  Visit for more information or contact Dan Dotsey ( to be put in touch with a Captain.

Competitive men’s league (4.0 and up) that plays June 19-22

Owners League
Indoor competitive (4.0 and up) ladies doubles league played on Sunday’s Oct-Feb at home and at other area clubs.

A Champion Squash Program 

GCC boasts one of the world’s top squash programs. Led by a former World Doubles and National Singles champion, our certified Squash Professionals run programs year-round for players at all levels, from children to adult beginners to nationally ranked juniors and adults. 

Over the past decade, GCC has produced over 20 national squash champions and sent dozens of juniors to join the squash programs of such elite universities as Yale, Princeton, Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, and many others. 

Our air-conditioned facilities boast:

  • Glass wall exhibition court
  • 5 international softball courts
  • 2 doubles courts
  • Squash pro shop

Squash for Adults

GCC offers many ways for adults to get involved with the game of squash. We run adult clinics, in-house leagues, doubles clinics, tournaments, social events, ladies' clinics, and inter-club teams. 

In-house leagues: Our box leagues allow players to meet and compete with players on their skill level. Players arrange match times themselves, to accommodate work and family schedules. 

Ladies clinics: We run hour-long ladies' clinics throughout the week, in both morning and evening time slots to accommodate working schedules. 

Calcuttas: Adult tournaments and Calcutta, run throughout the year, are a great and popular way for players at all levels to compete and have a great time! 

Squash for Juniors

Junior clinics: Our junior clinics (Squash for Tots, Beginners, Intermediate, Elites) cover the full range of squash skills. Early levels work on such fundamentals as grip, contact, and swing. Advanced levels graduate to rallying and drills, up through advanced strategy for serious tournament players.

Summer camps: First-class squash mentoring is mixed in with fun and games to create an infectious atmosphere where junior players want to stay for more than just one week.

Grand Prix: This is one of our most popular in-house junior events! We play round-robin matches using American scoring to give every junior maximum match play. Players accumulate points, with prizes going to the top six finishers at the end of the season.

Dive Into Some Fun

Searching for a spot for your family to cool off in the summer? Look no further, because the GCC aquatic center is just what you were looking for!  Families will find the pulse of the club in the summertime to be spotlighted at our aquatic center. GCC offers a heated 25-meter swimming pool and a large children’s pool.  Our aquatics area also includes a full-service snack bar, volleyball area, swing set, and lawn games including Jenga, Corn-Hole, 4-Square, and more. Our Aquatics team is fully certified and offers many summer programs, including water aerobics, private swim lessons, and poolside parties. GCC is also home to the Sharks swim team that competes in regional leagues for kids six to eighteen.  

Throughout the summer months, we host a variety of social events around the pool, including Memorial Day, 4th of July Festivities, Labor Day, Movie Nights, and more.  Our full-service snack bar and poolside service for food and beverage will make you feel as though you are staying at a 5-star resort around the world. So what are you waiting for? Come dive into the GCC fun and enjoy all the pool has to offer. 

Play the fastest-growing sport in America!

Cricket At The Cricket Club

Few people are aware that at one time the sport of cricket, which is now watched and played by hundreds of millions worldwide, was a major sport on the East Coast, the hub being Philadelphia! As its name implies, Germantown Cricket Club was started as a club to play cricket, and GCC is still known as one of the premier cricket grounds in the nation! Each Spring the Club is a host venue for the Philadelphia International Cricket Festival, a charity event featuring the top teams from across the nation, and around the globe.

Cricket is a team sport with 11 players with many similarities to baseball. If you are thinking about taking up the game, or merely want to cheer on our team at the PICF, check out this cheat sheet to understand the rules of the game.