Squash United was established in 2021, and brings together key stakeholders in the sport, including: England Squash, Off The Wall Squash, the Professional Squash Association Foundation, Rackets Cubed, passionate squash fans in the West Midlands, and the World Squash Federation.

The group came together in order to capitalise on the goodwill and momentum of the upcoming Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. By working together, we will ensure that a lasting legacy is built, expanding the game and making squash more accessible than ever.

England Squash is the national governing body for squash in England, and leads the development and delivery of the sport on both a national and local level.
Off The Wall Squash (OTWS) is a Community Interest Company that was founded in 2014 and joined Squash United with the primary goal of developing squash at the grassroots level.
The PSA Foundation is the charitable arm of the Professional Squash Association. Its mission is to support and grow squash by developing international grassroots programmes, boosting participation through equality, supporting professional players and most importantly, connecting our global squash community!
Rackets Cubed
Rackets Cubed is a UK registered Charity that uses racket sports, including squash, tennis, badminton and table tennis, to improve educational outcomes and enhance health, well-being and nutrition for children in England.
The West Midlands Team
Mike Harris and Ming Lee are the original co-founders of Squash United by Birmingham. Together, they have been a key driving force in ensuring that Squash United helps create a lasting legacy from the Commonwealth Games.
The World Squash Federation
As the global governing body for the sport of squash, the WSF provides leadership to almost 150 Member Federations.