Scotia Amateur Swimming Club is community-based competitive swimming club located in the North of Glasgow. The programme offered by Scotia ASC covers a complete range of ability levels, from a fun and inclusive training structure for the novice and age-group swimmer to a rigorous and challenging training programme for the senior swimmer who desires to compete at national events.
Scotia ASC's training squads provide a solid progression of swimming skills and technique as each swimmer works towards their potential.
We are based at the Leisuredrome in Bishopbriggs, though we use other pools within East Dunbartonshire.Click here to find out more
20th June 2017
BETWEEN 28th June and 2nd July inclusive: – NO Thursday OR Sunday Morning training – NO Land Conditioning sessions (Friday pool training as normal) – All other sessions on as normal for all squads BETWEEN 3rd July and 16th July inclusive: – NO TRAINING – TWO WEEK BREAK for Dolphins, Swordfish and Sharks – A-Squad will…
20th June 2017
Entry information for this meet is now available from here. Please make sure you download the Meet Entry document and check whether your child has entries. All entries must be handed in NO LATER THAN MONDAY 26th JUNE to Connor Macqueen or your Squad Managers.
18th June 2017
Please see the following link for photographs from today: Loch Ard Fun Day 2017
3rd June 2017
Below are the 35 swimmers who were fast enough to reserve a space at the water park. If your child’s name is not on the list, I am sorry but as it was first come first serve the spaces are gone. Full information regarding the day can be found on the Event Page, see you…
14th May 2017
Dear Scotia swimmers, parents, guardians and coaches, Mobile phones should not be used in the changing, shower and toilet areas during training sessions or events. Personal privacy is paramount. Please read the Scottish Swimming Child Protection Policy and procedures regarding use of mobile phones, section 7 on the link below. Following this I ask you…