Definitely Lyon is really a paddle land! Since 2 years, Lyon has become one of the great places of French padel. And it's not ready to stop. The Lou Tennis Padel enters the padel arena by integrating the Henri Leconte network and by now offering 2 outdoor padel courts illuminated in Lyon itself.

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The Lou's club has 8 tennis courts (4 green-set indoor and 4 clay outdoor), a club house (bar, terrace ..) and locker rooms.

Introducing the youngest to the padel, here is an ambition of the club.

Regarding Padel, President Sébastien Faure was seduced by the land construction project. It is indeed a "fan of padel ". The merger of the FFT with the padel has become a boon for the club.

"We aim to give it an important place within the club"Says Marketing and Sports Manager Ivan Mason.

Ivan Mason continues: "Indeed, we have integrated Padel in the training of the tennis school so that all our members from an early age can discover this sport"

Well known representatives of the padel world!

Not only is the club part of the network of Henri Leconte Padel, but the Lou Tennis Padel can also count on padel players in the top French 10: François Authier and Justin Lopes who have once again illustrated at the National padel Cup reaching the final.

A very interesting commercial offer for licensees

The club also offers a very interesting commercial offer, especially for club tennis licensees. Indeed, if you are licensed to the Lou Tennis Padel Club, your annual padel fee will cost 150 €. For exteriors, count 7 € per person per hour, or 28 € rental time.

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Pyramid Club in 2009 in the Paris region. Since then padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France by going to cover the big French paddle events.