Squash players all over the world are uniting to create the biggest squash match in history, with two teams playing in one global event designed to back the sport’s bid for a place in the 2020 Olympic Games.
World Squash Day takes place on Saturday, October 20, 2012. Individuals and clubs are invited to field two teams, with rival team members playing one game up to 20 points.
The scores from every club will count towards an overall global result between Team Squash and Team 2020.
World Squash Day founder Alan Thatcher (above) explains the WSD 2012 format
PST Commissioner Joe McManus said on Wednesday, "I encourage PST's players and fans to join this global effort to promote the sport of squash."
"This team match represents a great opportunity for all squash organizations to join together at the grassroots level in support of the Olympic bid and the larger goal of growing the game."
"Congratulations to Alan Thatcher and his team at World Squash Day for developing this wonderful concept."
Please visit the World Squash Day website for more information on how to form your team.