Our Values

Alloa ASC aims to provide opportunities for Long Term Athlete Development and encourages members to obtain qualifications in teaching and coaching, attend other sport related courses and further involvement in future years with Scottish Swimming Official qualifications.The Club is primarily a competitive club and members of all ages are encouraged to participate. The Club also recognises that swimming regularly is part of a healthy lifestyle and we will provide opportunities for non-competitive, but coached swimming sessions will be available.The club is an amateur, voluntary, not-for-profit Club managed by a committee of parents and coaches. We swim at Alloa Leisure Bowl and Tulliallan Police College.

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Alloa Swimming Club is part of West District swimming and is affiliated to the national governing body of our sport, Scottish Swimming.

Alloa ASC is a competitive, amateur, voluntary, not-for-profit Club, managed by a Committee of parents and coaches.


The Club runs in a family orientated environment and we rely on the help and support of parents and club swimmers in order to maintain the daily smooth running of the club.We have a number of squads including:








We also work with Forth Valley Disability Sport and have disabled squad swimmers. If you are interested in disability swimming please contact lynne.glen@scottishdisabilitysport.com or www.fvds.org.uk


Our aim is to provide high quality training to enable our swimmers to reach their full potential. We aim to develop young athletes, teaching them valuable life skills, whilst meeting new people in an enjoyable sporting environment.