Masters Circuit

Masters events are for players aged 35 and over. ESF arrange a European Masters Championship every two years and also run an annual Masters Circuit held in venues across Europe.

See the Masters events calendar below – you can filter by year / ESF Masters events.

Upcoming Events

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- 04 Aug, 2024
Helsinki,  
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- 07 Sep, 2024
Langnau am Albis,  
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- 15 Sep, 2024
Riccione,  
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- 29 Sep, 2024
Hasselt,  
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- 06 Oct, 2024
Hamburg,  
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- 20 Oct, 2024
Dublin,  
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- 27 Oct, 2024
Krakow,  
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- 03 Nov, 2024
Malta,  
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- 17 Nov, 2024
Den Haag,  
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MORE INFORMATION

Learn More About ESF Masters Circuit

Looking for details and information about upcoming ESF Masters Circuit event? Interested in hosting the next ESF Masters Circuit event? Here we compile all the information you need to know about ESF Masters Circuit.

ESF Masters Circuit

The Masters Squash is one of the fastest growing sections in our sport. Many times we are always looking for “new” squash players, but why not try to persuade some of your “old” squash friends to get back into the sport? Motivate them to play again with the idea to travel to some great cities in Europe, to enjoy some great squash, and the chance to see old friends and make new ones!

To see details of masters events please see the event calendar by click the button below – you can filter by year / ESF masters events.

To apply to host a Masters circuit event complete the Tender Document with the approval of your National Federation and return to the ESF office.
(see under Guidelines)

Guidelines for ESF Masters Circuit

Please click on one of the links below for the ESF Masters Circuit Guidelines & Appendices for information about how the Circuit operates:

Masters Circuit – Guidelines

ESF Masters Circuit Guidelines

Masters Circuit Appendix 1 – Tender Document

Appendix 1 - Tender Document

Masters Circuit Appendix 2 – Ranking Points and Grades

Appendix 2 - Ranking Points and Grades

Masters Circuit Appendix 2 – Rankings System

Appendix 2 - Ranking System

Masters Circuit Appendix 3 – Invitation Template

Appendix 3 - Invitation Template

Masters Circuit Appendix 4 – Entry Form

Appendix 4 - Entry Form

Masters Circuit Appendix 5 – TD Checklist

Appendix 5 - TD Checklist

Masters Circuit Appendix 6 – Software Set Up

Appendix 6 - Software Setup

Masters Circuit Appendix 7 – Playing Systems

Appendix 7 - Playing Systems

Masters Newsletter #01 – December 2015

ESF Masters Newsletter #01 - December 2015

Masters Circuit Evaluations

The purpose of this online survey is to gather feedback to maintain and improve the standard of European Squash Federation Masters circuit tournaments.

This online survey is being conducted by the ESF office at European Squash Federation.

You are invited to participate in this onine survey because you recently attended a ESF Masters circuit tournament.

Your participation in this onine survey is voluntary. You may choose not to participate. If you decide to participate in this online survey, you may withdraw at any time. If you decide not to participate in this study or if you withdrawl from participating at any time, you will not be penalised.

The procedure involves filling an online survey that will take approximately 5 minutes. Your responses will be confidential and we do not collect identifying information such as your name, email address or IP address. The survey questions are general regarding your recent tournament experience.

We will do our best to keep your information confidential. All data is stored in a password protected electronic format. To help protect your confidentiality, the surveys will not contain information that will personally identify you. The results of this study will be used for feedback purposes only and may be shared with European Squash Federation Board Members, Committee Members, MNFs, hosts and organisers.

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact us via: info@europeansquash.com

Code of Conduct

The ESF Code of Conduct is designed to safeguard the future well-being of Squash. The Code covers the respective involvement in all aspects of ESF Championships of MNFs, hosts, players, coaches managers, officials, spectators and administrators. The Code applies to all these categories and should be understood by all concerned with competitive squash. It also applies to both Juniors and Masters Circuits.

The ESF supports the Regulations of Squash, as published by the WSF. All Championships and competitions organised in Europe, under the auspices of or in conjunction with the ESF shall be played in accordance with the Regulations of Squash; and shall be subject to this Code of Conduct.

Appendix D – Code of Conduct

The ESF Code of Conduct is designed to safeguard the

Appendix E – Code of Conduct report form

To be completed and received at the ESF Office within

All masters players – whatever their nationality – who have participated in an event with a minimum draw size of 3 players will be included in the European Masters Ranking list.

The ranking list is based on the total number of points accumulated per player in Masters Events in the preceding 24 months, divided by four.

If a player has played more than 4 events in the preceding 24 months, the 4 best results will be divided to obtain the average regardless of the age group where they were earned.

Masters Circuit Appendix 2 – Rankings System

Appendix 2 - Ranking System

Masters Circuit Appendix 2 – Ranking Points and Grades

Appendix 2 - Ranking Points and Grades

Masters Circuit Rankings

Click the link below to see the ESF Masters Circuit Rankings