Reading Swimming Club, established in 1885, is one of the oldest swimming club in the country, and a founding member of the Berks and South Bucks County ASA. We are a large and progressive club, encompassing a learn to swim programme, competitive squads, a thriving Masters section (all abilities from social swimmers to world-ranked competitors), and a strong water polo section.
Our headquarters are at Central Pool, Battle Street, Reading, and we use a number of other venues for training and teaching. Our main club evening is Thursday, when swimmers train from 4:30 p.m. at Central Pool, and the club's management and members of the large volunteer team are on hand to answer your questions.
Gold and new county record for the Reading Boys relay team (March 2015)
A host of talented youngsters from Reading Swimming Club picked up 85 medals during the County Championship this March at the Magnet pool in Maidenhead. Reading girls team finished second overall, with the boys team placed third out of the 10 county teams (Whycombe, Maidenhead, Bracknell, Amersham, Chesham, Chalfont, Newbury, Windsor and Tilehurst).
Long distance Reading swimmers success during the second weekend of the County Championships (14 March 2015)
Reading Swimming Club long distance team came back with 8 medals after a fantastic performance at the long distance events of the Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire County Championships in Wycombe.
A total of 70 medals for Reading swimmers during the first weekend of the County Championships (7-8 March 2015)
Amazing performance for the Reading swimmers during the first weekend of the Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire County Championships in Maidenhead.