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
19th April 2018
We are having a trial for new swimmers to our club on Sunday 29th April. If you are interested in being considered for the club or know someone who may be please get in touch by emailing either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
28th March 2018
Just a reminder that there will be no Junior Dolphins training on 1st, 4th, 8th and 11th April due to the school holidays. Enjoy your break.
15th March 2018
The Scotia 2018 AGM was held on Thursday 15th March in Bishopbriggs, at which the 2018-2019 fees were agreed as noted below. Please confirm your SASA renewal by Saturday 24th March by logging into the undernoted link: http://www.active.com/water-sports/swimming-registrations/swim-season-2019-2018 Any issue with the link, please contact Connor Macqueen at email@example.com as soon as possible. Please…
5th March 2018
We are having a trial for new swimmers to our club on Sunday 11th March. Anyone interested in being considered for the club please email either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with general swimming ability and to be giving a space in the trial.
2nd March 2018
We have just received notice from both Stirling University and the Leisuredrome that both facilities are to remain closed over the weekend due to the continuing weather. Unfortunately, this means there will be NO TRAINING for all squads on Sunday 4th March (including Long Course Training & Junior Dolphins). Fingers and toes crossed the…