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The Royal Glenora Club

Welcome to the Royal Glenora Club, the esteemed host of the Edmonton National Bank Challenger. Situated amidst downtown Edmonton, Alberta, the Royal Glenora Club stands as a beacon of sporting excellence and community spirit.

Nestled along the scenic banks of the North Saskatchewan River, the Royal Glenora Club enjoys a prime location in the heart of Edmonton. Its address, 11160 River Valley Road NW, provides easy access for both local attendees and visiting tennis enthusiasts.


As one of Canada’s premier private clubs, the Royal Glenora Club boasts a wealth of world-class facilities to cater to members and guests alike. Tennis enthusiasts will find themselves immersed in top-notch amenities, including:

  • Tennis Courts: The Royal Glenora Club offers both outdoor and indoor tennis courts, allowing players to enjoy the sport year-round. Our meticulously maintained courts provide the perfect setting for players of all levels to hone their skills and compete at their best.
  • Fitness Center: Our fitness center is fully equipped to support your workout routines.
  • Gymnasium: Our gymnasium provides ample space for various sports and recreational activities.
  • Squash Courts: Challenge yourself on our squash courts, suitable for players of all levels.
  • Badminton Courts: Enjoy friendly matches or competitive games on our badminton courts.
  • Pickleball Courts: Join the pickleball community on our dedicated courts.
  • Aquatic Center: Relax and swim in our Aquatic Center’s pools and hot tubs.
  • Arena: Experience ice sports and events in our full-size arena.
  • Dining Options: We have multiple dining options including a full sit down restaurant, a lounge, a cafeteria style café, and a coffee bar.


We are committed to ensuring that our facilities are accessible to all. The Royal Glenora Club offers barrier-free access and amenities to accommodate individuals with disabilities, ensuring that everyone can fully participate in and enjoy the Edmonton National Bank Challenger.

Acknowledgement of Indigenous Land

We’d like to acknowledge that the land on which we gather is Treaty 6 territory and a traditional meeting ground and home for many Indigenous Peoples, including Cree, Saulteaux, Niitsitapi (Blackfoot), Métis, and Nakota Sioux Peoples. We honor their enduring connection to this land.