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  • High quality indoor and outdoor facilities

About The Club

A close friendly team which are all welcoming and are very accepting of everyone. We compete at BUCS and other various competitions together as a single team. We also provide opportunities for Elite level athletes through the Swim England Performance Centre programme.

Why Should I join?

Our club full of welcoming and friendly people, who will go out of their way to make you feel involved and at home within the team. We have a fantastic team with various abilities; ranging from British championship level swimmers to ex-swimmers who were at a high level previously in their life. We would love to have any swimmers/ex-swimmers who would like to be involved - or get back involved with swimming - join our family. The club currently hold a Gold Club Mark award.

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Contact the club on the below links to arrange a taster session. All participants must be able to swim.


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You can get in touch with us - and find out the most up to date news - by following our social media accounts below:




Plus Icon What equipment will I need?

You will, of course, be required to provide your own swimming gear (trunks, costumes, hats etc.)

We will provide you with equipment such as kickboards, pull-buoys, paddles and fins but you are welcome to bring your own equipment to sessions.

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Leeds Beckett University is part of the Leeds Swim England Performance Centre - one of only five university partners in the country!

We were presented with the Gold Club Mark at the 2018-19 sports awards as well as being nominated for BUCS club of the year, and one of our very own won Sports Personality of the Year award. 

Plus Icon Swimming training schedule

All sessions take place at our Headingley Campus. The full timetable will be published in September.

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Become a coach:

Working closely with the ASA, the Coach Education unit delivers swimming instructor courses enabling people to teach aquatics. As an aspiring teacher the Level 1 qualification will equip you with the knowledge and tools to actively support a more senior qualified, experienced teacher of aquatics, at any level, in the delivery of a pre-prepared session.

Further information including course fees and dates.

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