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
17th February 2018
We are having a trial for new swimmers to our club on Sunday 18th February. Anyone interested in being considered for the club please email either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with general swimming ability and to be giving a space in the trial.
14th February 2018
The bus to Campbeltown has been booked! We have 40 excited swimmers, parents, coaches travelling together to Round 1 of the 2018 mini league. Below are the VERY important details, so please read carefully. DATE: Sunday 25th February. BUS DEPARTING/ RETURNING LOCATION: The Leisuredrome car park. BUS DEPARTING TIME: 06:50am COST: £10 per adult -…
4th February 2018
All, The Glasgow 2018 Swimming European Championships are coming Tollcross International Swimming Centre between the 3rd & 9th of August! As such, the Aquatics Competition Team are looking to recruit teams of 11 members, aged between 14-18 year olds from local Scottish Swimming Clubs to become “Athlete Kit Carriers”. This role involves; Retrieving Athletes kit…
4th February 2018
We are fast approaching the Mini-league season and as such, it is time to start the preparation of our 2018 team. Please see the Event Page for details of the day and our super team.
14th January 2018
The Scotia Masters team travelled to Carlisle at the weekend to compete in the first event of the Year. Coach Craig Drummond has had the squad in the water over the holiday period for some extra curricular training to keep up fitness, so hopes were high for a good performance. And the Team didn’t disappoint…