NameSwim England Northwest
Information for all things Swimming in the North West.
NameCity Of Leeds Swimming Club
City of Leeds Swimming Club is the premier swimming club in Yorkshire, with swimmers competing at national and international level. Having recently moved from our long-time home of over 40 years, to a newly-built world class facility at the John Charles Centre for Sport (JCCS), the club is an inspiring and energizing place to be.
NameCity Of Manchesteer
Premier Swimming Club in Manchester which caters for swimmers of all abilities who wish to develop and improve their performances through structured coaching in a competitive yet friendly environment at one of the world’s leading facilities.
Stockport Metro's vision is to provide swimmers with the optimum environment and the right opportunities at each stage of their development to enable them to achieve excellence. We will continue to strive for gold medal success through the provision of seamless pathways from early skill development to the Olympic podium.
NameRotherham Metro ASC
Rotherham Metro Amateur Swimming Club was formed in 1976 to organize and provide competitive swimming for its members who were also members of the Council’s Swimming Training Scheme. Since 2006 the club has become totally self-funding with the formation of Rotherham Metro Limited which now also has responsibility for the training of its members. We are a Swim 21 accrediated club.
NameHarrogate District Swimming Club
Harrogate District Swimming Club (HDSC) is a voluntary association which exists to promote the enjoyment of competitive swimming. HDSC was the first Club in Yorkshire to achieve nationally recognised accreditation under the ASA Swim 21 scheme.
NameCity of Sheffield
Established in 1981 we are South Yorkshire’s premier competitive swimming club and train at the prestigious Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield.
Barrow Amateur Swimming Club
Copeland Amuteur Swimming Club based at Whitehaven, Cumbria.
The club is the competitive swimming club that serves Whitehaven and the surrounding districts.
It was formed by the amalgamation of Egremont ASC and Whitehaven ASC
Carlisle Aquatics was formed in 2011 from an amalgamation of City of Carlisle Amateur Swimming Club, Carlisle Water Polo and Carlisle Masters.
We are a voluntary club supported by our dedicated members to ensure we offer a fun and friendly environment for all our swimmers to progress at a competitive level; whether that's in club, county, regional or national competitions.
President – Chris Tatters
Chair – Dianne Pantling
Treasurer – Kath Mooney
Secretary – Shaun Winstanley
NamePenrith Swimming Club
Welcome to Penrith Swimming Club
We are a competitive swimming club which was established in 1881.
The club was originally based at Frenchfield, Penrith, Swimming in the river Eamont. We are now based at Penrith Leisure Centre.
NameNorthwest Arena League
There are currently 400 teams participating in the three rounds, October, November and December, with the Finals in April. The B Final now takes place on the Saturday and the Cup Final on Sunday eliminating the need for clubs to have an overnight stay, and thus saving them a great deal of money. Splitting the two finals, although benefiting the clubs, has increased the cost to the League, but this has been possible because of the generosity of ARENA.