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Middlesbrough Amateur Swimming Club

(Founded in 1886)

MASC has always been regarded as one of the top clubs in the Northumberland and Durham District and has produced some fantastic swimmers from Jack Hatfield to the London 2012 & Rio 2016 Olympic Swimmer & Commonwealth Gold Medallist 2018 Aimee Willmott.

The Club has been able to produce elite athletes throughout the years, while trying to maintain the feel of a family club.

Teaching and coaching quality as well as swimmer welfare and development are all important for everybody involved at Middlesbrough ASC. We believe this is paramount for our swimmers' development as both a swimmer and an individual.

The club is made up of highly qualified and motivated coaches, assistants and volunteers. As a team we strive achieve the success of the swimmers within the Club.

As Middlesbrough ASC goes forward we will continue to promote a professional and family orientated atmosphere which will ensure all swimmers are able to able to reach and maximise their potential.

Interested in joining 

If you are interested in joining or have queries about the club please contact the club secretary here


News Update

Back To Pool April 21 Guidelines: Guidelines

Committee news update: Nov 2020

Committee news update: Oct 2020

The new timetable can be found here

Updated Covid safe distancing guidance can be found here

NDSA Restart - Draft Infomation: Info

Become a Covid Liaison Officer

We are still looking for a few more volunteers to join our team of Covid Liaison Officers. Each squad needs two officers at the pool during each session and the more we have, the more we can spread the load. As parents of swimmers over 8 years of age are not permitted to spectate, this gives you an opportunity to be poolside while your swimmer is in the pool. Full training and equipment will be provided. If you are interested, please contact the Executive Officers here