About Us

Inverclyde Amateur Swimming Club is committed, to providing the resources for any child to attain their potential within a friendly & supportive environment.

The Club’s aim is not to produce Champions, but to create an environment in which Champions are inevitable. 

Inverclyde ASC was formed in 1978 from two clubs who had had a long history of success within the GB and Scottish swim scene.  The two clubs involved were the Greenock ASC (founded in 1964) and the Port Glasgow Baths ASC (founded in the early 1900’s).  This success has included both national Championships and representatives within the National Team. The Club has continued to work extremely hard in maintaining a quality service, in terms of teaching both water skills and water safety to the children within the local community it serves. The Club Management Committee and coaches continue to strive to enhance the club within Inverclyde and the surrounding areas.

Latest News

McCullagh International Meet

Good luck to our own Aimee Watson who is competing from today at the #McCullagh20 International Meet alongside the cream of British and Irish...

By Clare Beck

Storming swims at Bellshill

18 IASC swimmers took to the pool at the Bellshill Sharks Open and not even storm Ciara could stop them from achieving a great...

By Clare Beck

Bittersweet results at West Districts

15 swimmers were in action at Tollcross for Round 2 of the West District Long Course Age Group Championships for Inverclyde Amateur Swimming Club....

By Clare Beck

Grangemouth JAGS & MAGS

Young IASC swimmers in action at Grangemouth JAGS and MAGS produced an impressive medal haul over the two days of competition. JAGS is a...

By Clare Beck

Top of the class at Scottish Schools

12 IASC swimmers represented 6 Inverclyde schools at the Brodies Scottish Schools Swimming Championships 2020 at Tollcross coming away with 3 medals, a West...

By Clare Beck


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