Clubs and Leagues
Lancaster City Swimming and Waterpolo Club
A bike event taking place on the Salt Ayre Sports Centre cycle track (credit:Salt Ayre Cycling Association)
Lancaster City Amateur Swimming and Water Polo Club was established in 1889 and is now based at the sports centre. Although Lancaster is only a small city, the history and the success of the water polo team has made them one of the best known clubs in the country.
Carnforth and District Otters Amateur Swimming Club
A Swim 21 accredited competitive swimming club with 240 swimmers from 5 years old upwards. Currently in the top divisions for MicroLeague North West and the North Lancs League and Division 1 of the Arena League. Carnforth Otters mission is to support every swimmer, irrespective of their ability to achieve their potential whether swimming as a team or as an individual. Carnforth Otters also provides swim training for the regions triathletes.
Doorstep Sportclub - FREE Sport for 13 to 19 year olds
We've joined forces with the University of Cumbria to deliver a new Doorstep Sportclub for young people on Friday nights.
A doorstep sportclub provides numerous sports and free coaching to young people aged 13 to 19 and has proved really popular across the UK.
The two hour sessions led by qualified coaches includes sports such as football, dodgeball, cricket, hockey, rounders, netball and basketball. Other sports are also available on request from the young people taking part.
Lancaster’s Doorstep Sportclub takes place every Friday from 5pm to 7pm. There’s no need to book, just turn up and join in the fun.
Tae Kwon Do Club
This popular martial art is a great way to keep fit and this friendly club meets every Monday evening from 7pm to 8.30pm. All ages and abilities are welcome. For more information call Mr. Lomax on 01253 826301.
City of Lancaster Triathlon Club
The City of Lancaster Triathlon Club (COLTS) train every Wednesday evening from 7pm at the sports centre.
Cog Set Cycling Club
The Salt Ayre Cog Set is a cycling club for young people (aged 6-18) that meets at Salt Ayre from April to October. Other events happen throughout the winter.
Salt Ayre Cycling Association
Salt Ayre Cycling Association (SACA) is a collective of Lancaster Cycling Club, Lune Racing Cycling Club, Kent Valley Road Club and Lakes Road Club with the purpose of promoting cycling at Salt Ayre Circuit. They organise a number of time-trials and a league that regularly uses the Salt Ayre cycling track.
Kentai Karate Club
Kentai Karate Club has been running at Salt Ayre Sports Centre for over 20 years. The club is led by a Jonathan Little who is affiliated to the federation of English Karate. He is also a qualified fitness instructor/personal trainer.- Beginners are always welcome at this club.
Lancaster and Morecambe Athletics Club
Lancaster and Morecambe Athletics Club is one of the largest in Lancashire and has over 400 members. The club caters for athletes of all ages, from under 10 to over 70, and covers the whole spectrum of athletics, including track and field athletics, road and cross country running, and fell running. There club house is on the edge of the Athletics track on the Salt Ayre site.
Lancaster and Morecambe Indoor Bowling League
Long mat bowling takes place throughout the colder months every Monday and Thursday from October to March. Its great fun and new bowlers or beginners are always welcome to join this friendly group. Each game lasts 1 hour to 90 minutes and costs just £1. For further information call 01524 770665 or 07765 378259.