Revenue, players and court numbers on the up for Padel4All

Court operator Padel4All is wrapping up a successful year with news that its revenue increased by 42%, membership doubled following the opening of its centre in Lockleaze, Bristol, and it has plans to open two more sites in the first half of 2024.

This growth across its three locations – Southend in Essex, Swindon and Bristol – also created new jobs within the communities it serves, with the Padel4All team expanding by 40% in a year with new coaches, managers and support staff joining the business. 

Company CEO Christopher Wilkinson, who founded the business four years ago, said it had been a ‘remarkable’ year, adding: “These statistics reflect the increasing interest and appeal the sport is generating. As we set our sights on 2024 we plan to build on this momentum. Padel tennis has been transformative nationwide and we eagerly anticipate offering unique experiences to all in the coming year.”

Two of the four courts at Padel4All in Lockleaze, Bristol
Founder/CEO Christopher Wilkinson at the opening of Padel4All in Southend

Padel4All, which describes itself as ‘the UK’s largest network of covered padel centres’ will be opening new facilities in Bracknell and Eastbourne in the next six months, swelling its 14,500 player base and monthly active membership of 2,000 people.

To date Padel4All has raised more than £3 million to fund the rollout of centres across the UK. 🎾