Help Me Find a Team to Join

Trying to find a league team? Give us some information and we'll try to help.

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We can't guarantee your placement on an existing team. Because league play is very popular, many teams carry a full roster and only infrequently need new players. Others, however—even well-established teams—regularly seek new team members.

On your behalf, we will contact the captains of teams appropriate for your interests and skill level

Please keep in mind that, in order to be eligible to play, you must have an active USTA membership, and must register for each team in each league season ($15 to $28). You may register on a team so long as there are at least two matches remaining in the regular season, and you may register for multiple teams. Click here to view regulations governing league eligibility and match play.

About You

If you are not familiar with the National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) view informative links on our Rules & Regulations page. This will open in a new window so you won't lose your place on this form.

Your League Interests

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Contact Information

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Serving to grow amateur tennis participation, among all ages, in Greater Houston since 1952


Houston Tennis Association
3535 Briarpark Drive
Suite 215
Houston, Texas 77042


information @ houstontennis . org


(281) 580-8313

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Upcoming Events

Fri Apr 28 @ 8:00AM - 12:00AM
MCCTA April Tournament
Fri Apr 28 @ 7:00PM -
Tennis Mixer benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Sat Apr 29 @ 8:00AM - 12:00AM
MCCTA April Tournament
Sun Apr 30 @ 8:00AM - 12:00AM
MCCTA April Tournament
Mon May 01 @12:00AM
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Begins
Mon May 01 @12:00AM
Jewish American Heritage Month Begins

Did You Know?

Junior Team Tennis (JTT) has been growing by leaps and bounds in Greater Houston, making the program one of the most active in Texas. From spring 2014 to spring 2015, participation has grown by an astonishing 53%, from 524 players on 67 teams to 803 players on 112 teams.