Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center offers free and low-cost tennis, academics, and life skills programming to more than 5000 youth annually. Pioneering programs like Volley Against Violence and our Center for Community Wellness extend our outreach to Boston’s underserved communities. Adult recreational and competitive tennis programs welcome diverse players from all over the city and help fund our non-profit mission.

We are proud partners of the Boston Public Schools, Brigham & Women’s Hospital and the Boston Police Department. We are also one of the largest members of the USTA’s National Junior Tennis & Learning Network and the only New England chapter to receive its ICON Award.

We are thankful for and proud of the diverse group of members that make Sportsmen’s such a special community.  We hope you’ll join with us in celebrating their accomplishments and recognizing our collective impact on the world today and for generations to come.

COVID 19 Update Health and Safety regarding Covid practices at Sportsmen’s Revised December 13, 2022

When to Stay Home: If you are sick or have any Covid symptoms such as fever, sore throat, cough, trouble breathing, or other symptoms; if you have been exposed to Covid and are waiting for your Covid test results; please contact us if you have other questions about when to stay home.

No Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test required at this time. Masks are recommended given the increase of respiratory illness in Boston, and anticipated holiday gatherings and travel. This policy will periodically be reviewed and updated to best protect our members and others in the building. We appreciate your flexibility as public policy evolves.