The European Individual Closed Squash Championships (sometimes referred to as EIC or EICC) is the official individual championship for European players. Organised by the European Squash Federation (ESF) the event has taken place annually since 2004.
Hosted on behalf of the European Squash Federation in partnership with England Squash and University of Nottingham Sport, this year’s AJ Bell European Individual Closed Squash Championships will mark the first occasion that the event has been staged in the British Isles.
The University of Nottingham
David Ross Sports Village, University Park,
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
Thu 24 Aug : Rounds One and Two, from 12.00
Fri 25 Aug: Quarter-Finals, matches 13.00 to 20.00
Sat 26 Aug: Semi-Finals, matches from 15.00 and 18.00
Sun 27 Aug: Finals, matches from 13.00, finals from 16.00
ESF Technical Delegate: Michael Khan
Championship Director: Paul Walters
Championship Referee: TBC
David Ross Sports Village
The David Ross Sports Village is a £40 million investment at the heart of the University of Nottingham’s University Park Campus. The new facilities have only been open since September and offer student, staff and public members an inspirational and accessible sports environment for all.
Alongside the 6 glass backed squash courts available on site, we have one of only four all-glass squash courts in the country. Our all-glass show court can seat over 250 spectators and has housed national competitions bringing in world-class players like Nick Matthew and Millie Tomlinson.
Current student athletes and scholars include Hana Ramadan, whose wins include three PSA World Tour titles and Owain Taylor, silver and bronze medal holder at European Team championships (2014, 2016). The University of Nottingham strives for excellence in squash and has come 4th in the British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) league tables since 2015.
The David Ross Sports Village includes:
- state-of-the-art fitness suites, three sports halls
- swimming pool, climbing and bouldering wall
- 3G and sand-dressed pitches, water-based hockey pitch
- over 40 grass pitches, three pavilions, boathouse (students only)
- cash point, on-site café
David Ross Sports Centre is situated on University Park Campus, University of Nottingham (Building 34 on our campus map). To help ensure you get to us correctly, use the postcode NG7 2RD when setting the destination of your sat nav.
(Important: the closest campus entrance to the David Ross Sports Centre is the West Entrance which can be found opposite Broadgate Park self-catered accommodation)
Please be advised, during Monday to Friday the University has strict parking restrictions in place and during permit hours, spectators and guests will be required to use the pay and display system. The pay and display meter is located to the side of the David Ross Sports Village on the corner near the nursery.
All spectators and guests must clearly display a valid pay and display ticket and use only marked/designated parking spaces. The David Ross Sports Village has ample parking facilities immediately around the sports centre and along Beeston Lane.
There is also a temporary overflow car park at the bottom of the David Ross Sports Village which is often opened during major events and will be clearly sign posted for spectators and guests if available (please note a valid pay and display ticket must still be displayed when using this space).
More information on where to find pay and display locations. Please note that pay and display areas are signified by a ‘PD‘ symbol.