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Club Strategy 2013-2017

The ASA has devised a club strategy document which details the vision for ASA clubs and key outcomes it would like to achieve by 2017.

The ASA recognises and values aquatic clubs and their members in England. Clubs provide the heartbeat for community sport and are collectively an invaluable asset for, and not exclusively, growing participation, strengthening performance and community cohesion. Clubs therefore must be protected and supported to continue to grow, to survive against economic and societal changes and be able to meet the needs of the community it serves.

The ASA Club Strategy 2013 - 2017 seeks to address a number of challenges that face clubs and the ASA alike in the current day.

Club Strategy 2013-2017 Documents


Chelmsford Swimming Club case study

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