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Club Networks

Club Networks are one of the strategic priorities for the ASA as part of the Club Strategy 2013-2017.

Club Networks will ensure that through partnership-working we are able to support a wider number of clubs, maximising resources and investment and securing a defined athlete pathway within each network.

Club Networks are defined as a group of clubs working together on an agreed plan whereby it is agreed between accredited clubs to work towards the following objectives:

  • To retain and increase ASA club members.
  • To retain and increase volunteers, teachers, coaches and officials.
  • To raise the standards of performance across appropriate aquatic disciplines.

To find out more about getting involved in a club network in your area, please contact your local club development officer.

Trafford Club Network is already doing great work, click here to read more about how it’s working in the North West.

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