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Manchester Open
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About the Manchester Open

The Manchester Open will bring the cream of the Women’s Tour together to the city which hosted the 2017 PSA World Championships. The players will line up at the National Squash Centre where they will battle for the $76000 prize fund.

The City & Culture

There is plenty to see in the city besides the squash to make your experience memorable.

Attractions include:

- Shopping
- Walking Tours
- Pele exhibition at National Football Museum
- Architecture
- Sport

…. and lots more

The Venue

The Manchester Open 2019 will take place at the National Squash Centre in Manchester between May 9 – 13.

The National Squash Centre is one of the great legacies of the 2002 Commonwealth Games and undoubtedly one of the premier squash facilities in the world.

The Centre provides six squash courts that can convert from singles to doubles courts at the touch of a button and one glass-walled ‘moveable’ show court, as well as home to England Squash and a training facility for Team England.

how to get to National Squash Centre

Address: Gate 13, Etihad Campus, Rowsley Street, Manchester, M11 3FF
By Bus: From Piccadilly, the no.216 bus to the Etihad Stadium leaves every five minutes until 19.00 and then every 10 minutes until 20.00, approximately a three minute walk to the centre. Or from Cheetham, no.53 bus to the Etihad Stadium.
Train: Piccadilly to Ashburys, approximately a 15 minute walk from there to the centre.
Tram: Etihad Campus on the Droylsden line.
The Transport for Greater Manchester website contains route planners to find your way from anywhere in Manchester, as well as downloadable timetables.