Our 25m swimming pool in Dublin 4 is 11.5m wide and has 6 lanes. It is ozone treated, which means we use a minimal amount of chlorine (kept at a standard of 0.5ppm, this is one of the lowest levels in the country). We are very proud of our pool and consistently monitor water quality, in fact we are White Flag Excellence (Gold Standard) award winners. Our highly trained and experienced lifeguards are on hand for your safety and comfort.
Voted Best Pool in Dublin!
If you are interested in swimming lessons for children, try SPORTSCO’s Swim Academy. For more details see our Kids Activities page.
Swimming Pool Timetable
View the timetable here. We are predominantly a members only club but non member adults can attend the following pool activities: 9am Swim Monday-Friday (€10), Ladies Swim Tuesdays & Thursdays (€9), and Aqua Health/Power Aqua Classes (€8/€10).
New for 2018.
A program designed by our lifeguards/swim teachers to give you some guidance or that extra push you may need. We will release a new swim program each week for three different levels; Beginner, Intermediate and Masters. You can download from our website (See below) but also available Poolside.
Code of Conduct
In the interest of member safety and comfort, the following code of conduct must be adhered to:
Pool or leisure suite must be paid for before use
All swimmers must shower before using the pool
Swimming caps must be worn in the pool
Children under the age of 2 must wear a swimmers nappy
No swimmers allowed on the spectator area
No street shoes to be worn on pool deck
No spectators allowed on pool deck
Cameras or any visual recording equipment are not permitted in the sports area
Strictly no ball playing in the pool
Diving is strictly forbidden in water depth of 1.5m or under
Users of the Leisure Suite must adhere to the guidelines displayed
When using the swimming pool, the following rules apply to children:-
- Children aged 1-5 must be accompanied by a responsible adult in the pool.
- Children aged 6-10 must be accompanied by a responsible adult who must remain in view of the child in the pool.
- Children aged 11 and upwards may be unaccompanied.