Carlisle Aquatics is a competitive swimming club with over 150 swimmers. We were formed in 2011 from an amalgamation of City of Carlisle Amateur Swimming Club, Carlisle Water Polo and Carlisle Masters. Swimming in Carlisle goes back to 1920 when Border City ASC was formed, followed by a breakaway group in 1944 who set up Carlisle Secondary ASC. They changed their name to Carlisle City in 1981. Carlisle City and Border City merged in 1997 to form City of Carlisle ASC.

Our training sessions take place at The Pools, James Street, Carlisle. They are held on Sunday afternoon and each weekday evening. The two main sessions are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Early morning training is available for those swimmers who reach a set criteria.

Our club is run by volunteers and enjoys competitive success in a number of leagues for all ages and abilities.

We are always looking for new members of all ages, including young swimmers of ASA Stage 8 learners who want to swim competitively with our Diddy section, or mature swimmers who want to join our Masters section. We also run a Junior Water Polo session on a Thursday evening and Sunday afternoon.

For further information email our secretary on secretary@carlisleaquatics.co.uk, or visit our Facebook site @carlisle.aquatics.
See the links below for information about our volunteers.