Verulam Swimming Club provides swimming opportunities for all, at a level that is both appropriate and gradually progressive in standard. We place strong emphasis on teaching and developing swimming skills, and provide competition to swimmers’ competitive (or not) desires. We offer a range of challenges from which swimmers can choose, such as: internal time trials, our “Verulam Club Champs” competitions (which are events for only our squad), Hertfordshire Swimming’s Peanuts and Major League events, the Arena Swimming League’s events, many open meets (Novice, Sprint and Long Distance) and County and Regional Championships (for those who qualify).
Swimmers interested in joining can come along for a trial with a coach. Their stamina, stroke and diving abilities will be assessed, and providing space is available, s/he will be offered membership in one of three groups (Juniors, Intermediates, or Seniors). As swimmers progress and improve they move through the groups. We also have competitive squads for each of the three groups with their own dedicated training sessions.
At Verulam, we have a strong coaching team led by Zofia Kozien. We also promote our own swimmers and parents to become involved in teaching, officiating, and coaching, on a voluntary basis and through professional ASA courses. Find out more about the team in Who’s who.
Sessions last between 45 minutes and 1.5 hours and up to 5 nights a week.
See our timetable
Training takes place at Westminster Lodge Townsend and Marlborough School Pools
Swim club fees are £380/year (or £190 for 6 months), plus an annual ASA fee of £35.25. Masters 1 fees are £82/year (or £41 for 6 months) plus swim England fee £17.20. Masters 2 fees are £82/year (or £41 for 6 months) plus swim England fee £35.25.
Thinking of joining? Please fill out the form below. Please note that Verulam ASC is run by volunteers and we will try to answer your message as soon as possible.
In the ‘Swimming Experience’ section, please include details of how far your child can swim for each stroke, whether they have attained any ASA levels, whether they are currently a member of a swimming club, and how many sessions a week they would like to attend.