Brampton Tennis Club Membership

Refer a new member and receive $25.
Refer a family receive $50.

Membership fees for the 2018 season are as follows:

Category Explanation Early Bird
(Before May 1st)
(On/After May 1st)
A – Adult (Senior) 18+ as of Jan 1, 2018 $190 $210
S – Student 18+ as of Jan 1, 2018 – full time student with proof $125 $145
I – Intermediate 16 or 17 as of Jan 1, 2018 $95 $95
J – Junior 3 to 15 as of Jan 1, 2018 $95 $95
F – Family 2 Parents + Junior members $425 $445
SF – Single Family 1 Parent + Junior members $285 $305
SP – Single Parent 1 Parent + 1 Junior $250 $270
AS – Adult Social Restrictions Apply $25 $25

To register in-person, print and sign the following forms: membership form and program selection form
General Information
Self Ranking
  • Members are asked to rank their level of play according to the guide (see back of the page) and place this ranking on their membership application and program selection form.

House Leagues and InterCounty Teams (ICTA)
  • You may play as a regular on either an ICTA team or in the House League, but you cannot play as a regular on both.
  • You may only play as a regular in one House League. You may substitute in the other.
  • No ICTA team players (mixed, ladies, or plus 55) may substitute in the House Leagues.
  • A House League player who substitutes 3 times on any Mixed or Ladies ICTA team is excluded from further House League play.
  • Exemption: Ladies who are regular House League team players are allowed to be regulars or substitute players on an ICTA Mixed C, Ladies C or Plus 55 team.

Mixed House Leagues
  • Places in House Leagues are allotted on a first come, first served basis.
  • New members must have their ranking assessed by the Club Pro before being assigned to a House League team.
  • House Leagues run Wednesday & Friday nights from 7:15 to 10:45 p.m.
  • Ranking required for Wednesday: 2.0+; for Friday: 3.0+
  • Regular players need be available for 75%, or 12 of the matches; other players are placed on the Sub list.

Intercounty Teams (ICTA)
  • ICTA teams are organized on the basis that the strongest players will play.
  • Team selection is based on past performance, challenges and tournament play.
  • Regular players need to be available for 75%, or 10 of the matches.
  • Members who wish to try out for places on teams or who wish to challenge for places on teams should talk to the ICTA Chair for rules, procedures and dates.