WSF Men's World Team Squash Championship
Squash on Fire & Ronald Reagan Building
Washington, DC ● Dec. 15-21,

ABOUT the WSF Men's World Teams

Organised and endorsed by the World Squash Federation, the WSF Men's World Teams takes place every two years (alternating with the Women's event) and brings together up to 32 Nations competing for the title of World Squash Champions.

Teams of three players compete in round robin Pool rounds, leading to knockout competitions where the top sixteen play to decide the World Champions, and all countries compete for final positions.


World-class players at their peak performance as they compete for the title of World Champion in iconic DC venues.


History as the U.S. hosts the Men's World Team Championship for the first time.


With the city of Washington, D.C., which is poised to become the new Squash Capital.

Squash on Fire : DC's Squash Capital

2233 M Street NW

Squash On Fire is igniting squash in Washington, D.C. with a new world-class high-end squash facility that is open to all.

Centrally located, easily accessible, and with programs designed by award-winning coaches, Squash On Fire is designed from the ground up to be unlike any other squash facility.

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Located in the heart of DC, The Ronald Reagan Building is also officially designated as International Trade Center and part of a global network of 750,000 affiliated businesses from 330 trade centers in over 100 countries.

The building is the first and only federal building dedicated to both government and private use. Beyond being executive office space, it serves as a premier conference and event center, retail and dining, and offers community entertainment and programming.


  • A unique opportunity to stand out and connect with customers with customized corporate sponsorship.

  • Benefits and amenities are tailored to meet your objectives and include VIP hospitality, onsite branding, ticketing for clients, in-arena presentations, social media, PR and advertising.

  • For more information contact Championship Director Conor O’Malley email:


  • Highly educated fan base: 98% have earned an undergraduate college degree and 57% with advanced or post-graduate degrees.

  • Strong buying power and disposable income: avg. household income of $287,000.00 and avg. $1,400,000.00 net worth

  • Connect with decision makers: 45% of players are; managers, VP’S, CEO’s, President’s or partners.


  • You and your guests will have access to a separate VIP Hospitality area featuring premium food, beverages, and a wide array of special amenities.

  • This is your chance to mingle with fellow VIP guests  between World Championship matches.


  • Over 20 million squash players regularly participate worldwide in over 185 countries. 
  • Top-ranked male and female players are from England, Egypt, France, and Malaysia, giving the sport a truly global presence.
  • The U.S. has the fastest growing squash participation worldwide – the Sports & Fitness Association (SFIA) shows 66% growth overall since 2010 to 1.71 million squash players.

  • The SFIA ranks squash the 12th fastest growing sport in the USA over the last three years with a 32.6% increase in participation.

  • Squash players and fans represent a highly targeted demographic of men and women, with median incomes of more than $300,000 and an average net worth of $1,400,000.

  • Squash players are highly educated, of which 98% are college graduates and 57% having further graduate degrees.
  • More than 200 colleges and universities have courts, including all of the top 25 colleges as ranked by Forbes magazine in 2015.

  • Every Ivy League school has a varsity squash team.

  • Top-ranked juniors continually are recruited and go to Yale, Princeton, Harvard, and other top colleges and universities around the country.

“The United States continues to be one of the most exciting and fast growing markets for Squash in the World.

Hosting three major World Championships in an 18 month period, with the Men's World Team following the World Masters and World Individual Championships, amply demonstrate the vibrancy of squash in USA.

"Washington, D.C. will make an excellent city to showcase this event as it is has clearly become a top tier sports town and is such an international city - which is a perfect backdrop for this major world event.”

Andrew Shelley, WSF Chief Executive

“TCMA is proud that the WSF has selected the iconic Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, located in the heart of Washington, DC, as the host venue for the 2019 Men's World Squash Team Championship.

Our partnership with WSF exemplifies our mission to promote international trade and cross cultural collaboration. Sports diplomacy is a powerful tool for transcending our differences and we’re honored to be the gathering place to bring people together through the universal love of sport.”

Cyndi Radke, Executive Vice President for TCMA

"The United States is a very strong and growing squash nation, so it is very fitting that they have the opportunity to host this Championship. 

I am sure that the visiting teams will have a great experience at the venues and the American capital generally."

Jacques Fontaine,

WSF President 

DC becomes Squash's Capital City


2013: England

2011 : Egypt

2009 : Egypt

2007 : England


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