Seattle Area Cup Tennis (SACT)

Seattle Area Cup Tennis (SACT) is a social daytime league for women to compete with other clubs in the greater Seattle Area.

TCSP hosts the CUP Tennis doubles league with teams at 6 different levels playing September through March. TCSP hosts 20 CUP teams each season and there is a waitlist for new teams at each level.
Please email teams@tenniscentersandpoint if you are interested in joining the waitlist for a new CUP team at TCSP. 
The SACT singles league is a player driven league. TCSP does not host the singles league however members are welcome to book a regular court rental, at regular times and rates, and play a CUP singles match.
The find out more about the SACT league, please see the link to the Seattle Area Cup Tennis League (SACT) below. If you have additional questions, please email the League Coordinator at

2024-2025 Cup League Schedule

Returning Team ConfirmationCup Lottery for Returning TeamsNew Cup Team Applications Due (if a spot is available)Lottery for New Cup TeamsTeam Confirmation Form Due DateFirst Cup Practice WeekFirst MatchesCup Season Ends
June 1stJune 8thJuly 1stJuly 8thAugust 1stSeptember 3rdTBDTBD

Billing for Matches

Please use the following link for match payment.

SACT Info & Rules


Frequently Asked Questions

Most members join existing teams by forming a connection with a player already on that team. To be added to the general waiting list for teams looking for additional players, email

You can fill out the pdf linked here and email it to our adult program manager at teams@tenniscentersandpoint.comUSTA Adult Team Application

Seattle Area Cup Tennis (known as Cup) is a ladies-only, daytime league. The USTA league is nationwide and has male and female leagues both during the weekend and daytime for all age groups.

The Seattle Area Cup Tennis webpage can be consulted for additional Cup information

As the captain of a team based out of TCSP, all of your members will be TCSP members. Therefore, you can fill out the following form and the match fee will be divided amongst all the players. Payment Form

Yes, Tennis Center Sand Point does have lotteries to play out of TCSP, but there are two different lotteries that may be conducted. The first lottery is for returning teams. Teams that play Cup the previous year are guaranteed a spot out of TCSP, unless a team from a higher or lower division would be relegated or promoted to their division. Should this be the case, then the lottery is conducted between the returning teams from that division and the new team that must move to the division. The losing team will then not have a spot to play in that same division but may be given the opportunity to move to an adjacent division if there is space and player ratings are compatible.

The second lottery is for new teams for an open spot in a division. This lottery takes place between all applicants for that division, and all teams will have an equal chance of being drawn. Applying teams must have a minimum of 12 TCSP members.

Yes, and a two-court team practice once per week is required to play out of TCSP! Team practices are offered at 9:30am and 10:45am, and one will be assigned to your team once you have won a spot to play out of TCSP.

Each team practice is $336, and practices are billed in two parts for the entire season (one in Fall and one in Winter), so each member of a 14-person team will be billed $336 + tax for a 14-practice season. Practice rosters must be confirmed by the captain, and the captain is responsible for paying the entire season’s practice fee if billing disputes arise amongst the team members.

TCSP Teams Must Be Registered Members

All players on a TCSP team must be a TCSP member.

TCSP Team Application

Team applications must be submitted to by the appropriate deadline for team consideration. After the deadline, teams will be subject to a lottery for a space at TCSP. All players listed on applications must be TCSP members.

More Playing Opportunities

Intraclub Match Play
TCSP is happy to host intra-club, UTR-based match play opportunities.
USTA Teams and Leagues
Interested in playing mixed doubles or during evenings and weekends? USTA teams and leagues are the premier option. The USTA daytime season also begins shortly after the Cup season concludes and is a great option if you want to play daytime tennis in the spring!