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Super Senior International Pickleball Association was formed in 2016 to promote Pickleball among our very active senior population in this country and internationally. As we get older our generation continues to strive for participation in friendly competition with our fellow seniors and develop friendships that will last a life time. As we age gracefully and continue to strive for wellness through competition, the SSIPA just might be one more piece of the puzzle of life.
SSIPA supports the Super Senior International Pickleball Tournament Circuit allowing players to compete with other players in their age group, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, and 80+. For additional information and formats, see our Tournament Director Planning Tool under Tournament Planning or Click Here for Guidelines.
The Super Senior International Pickleball Association elections are coming up and we are taking applications from those people that want to be part of this great organization.
CLICK HERE for more information and view the application.
The NEW 2021 Pickleball Rule Book is out. CLICK HERE to scroll down.
To download the 2021 Pickleball Rules, CLICK HERE.
To download the 2021 Rule changes, CLICK HERE.
To view a summary video of the 2021 rules, CLICK HERE.
To view how to perform the Drop Serve, CLICK HERE.
How do I join SSIPA?
Not a SSIPA Member yet? For information and to register as a NEW member, CLICK HERE.
View the latest SSIPA Tournament Circuit Point leaders.
NEW Point Leaders are now posted that includes 2020 & 2021
USA Pickleball Connection
In 2017, USA Pickleball and SSIPA established a formal affiliation to collectively grow the sport. As part of this agreement, all SSIPA tournaments are USA Pickleball-sanctioned and likewise, USA pickleball will encourage 50+ age groups at all USA pickleball Regional Tournaments by offering 50+ friendly events where possible.
SAFETY in all our tournaments and play is paramount. Super Senior players can be more prone to minor injuries – stretching before play, adequate hydration, and proper conditioning should be a goal for everyone. Eye protection, while not required, is strongly recommended. The potential for eye injury is high and can easily be protected/minimized by always wearing glasses, sunglasses or goggles - both indoor and outdoor.