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

Preview: Scottish Schools Championships 2020

11 confirmed IASC swimmers and 4 reserve swimmers will be representing 6 Inverclyde schools at the Brodies Scottish Schools Swimming Championships 2020 at Tollcross...

By Clare Beck

IASC Presentation Night

It was time again for the swimmers, parents, coaches and invited guests of IASC to dry off and dress up for the annual presentation...

By Clare Beck

Swimmer of the Month - November & December 2019

Congratulations to our swimmers of the month for November and December – Molly Cannon and Charlotte Jones. Molly wins the award for her continued...

By Clare Beck

Triple champions at Scottish National Short Course Champs

The last competition of 2019 saw four IASC swimmers take on the Scottish National Short Course Championships, and it ended on a high with...

By Clare Beck

West District SAGS report

Senior swimmers from Inverclyde Amateur Swimming Club were back at Tollcross for the West District Senior Age Group Championships. Fifteen swimmers were representing the...

By Clare Beck


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