Teddington Swimming Club
Teddington Swimming Club

About our club

The club was founded in 1978 when the old open air pool in Teddington was modernised and reopened as a well-equipped indoor pool. We celebrated our 25th Anniversary in June 2003 with an exciting gala against other local clubs and a family barbecue at Hampton Open Air Pool. A group photograph was taken to mark the anniversary. 

You can read about these events and our other activities on the web pages using the links provided. Teddington Swimming Club provides a wide variety of swimming activities including;

  • teaching young children to swim
  • providing improvement classes for older children
  • competitive swimming through age group, individual and team competitions
  • masters swimming
  • open water long distance swimming
  • land training

The club has more than 450 swimming members a further 70 in lessons and a number of associate members. Swimmers ages range from 6 to 60+. Most of our sessions are held at Teddington Pool, with additional sessions at Pools on the Park (Richmond), St Catherine's School (Twickenham), Lady Eleanor Holles (Hampton) and the Airparks (Feltham). In addition the club holds Long Course training on a Sunday (Usually twice a month) at Aldershot Garrison Pool.

The Club is managed by a Committee of volunteers mainly parents of swimmers and employs Ed Sinclair as its full time Head Coach. Ed has a wealth of experience both as a Coach and as a Swimmer having represented Great Britain at two Olympics. Ed manages his highly qualified team of coaches to direct the swimming programme. Our Elite swimmers qualify for County, Regional and National Gala's also representing Richmond at the London Inter-Borough Championships and the London Youth Games.

We like to think of ourselves as a friendly club, and always welcome enquiries from prospective members.