South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Fitness Live 2018

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Local clubs

The Sport and Physical Activity team at South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture work closely with local sports clubs across South Lanarkshire.

Our team offer support and assistance in working towards our Club SL accreditation process, which allows clubs access to deliver within schools and community groups, and to promote their particular sport.

We have a number of Bronze and Gold Club SL clubs across all four localities in South Lanarkshire.

Our team run club engagement evenings to offer clubs the opportunity to discuss any concerns and give them a platform to share practice and engage with our team.

To find out more about Club SL please contact our Development Service team.

  • Athletics


    Athletics is a sport that involves a number of different activities using running, jumping and throwing skills.

  • Badminton


    Badminton is a fun and exciting racquet sport which attracts participants of all ages and abilities.

  • Basketball


    Basketball is a team sport and the aim of the game is to get the ball into the opposing team's hoop by dribbling and shooting with your hands. Each team has five players.

  • Bowls


    Bowls can be played either indoors or outdoors. The aim of the game is to roll biased balls (bowls) towards a small white ball called the jack.

  • Boxing


    Boxing is a combat sport in which two people contest by throwing punches at each other with padded gloves on. The sport requires speed, endurance and strength.

  • Canoeing


    Canoeing is an exciting water sport which participants can enjoy competitively or recreationally in lakes, lochs, seas, canals and rivers.

  • Club SL

    Club SL

    Club SL, South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture’s Club Accreditation Scheme, is aimed at developing and supporting local sports clubs and their volunteers.

  • Community Sport Hubs

    Community Sport Hubs

    CSH provide a home for sport. They focus on the clubs and other local organisations that want to work together to improve the sport offered in their local community.

  • Cricket


    Cricket is an exciting team sport mainly played outdoors but can also be played indoors.

  • Cycling


    Cycling is an activity which participants can enjoy competitively or recreationally on the road, a track or an indoor arena.

  • Dance


    Dance groups and clubs in South Lanarkshire

  • Football


    SLLC delivers an extensive Football programme across the whole locality. This caters for both boys and girls from the age of 3 to 16.

  • Golf


    Golf clubs in South Lanarkshire

  • Gymnastics


    Gymnastics is a sport that incorporates floor work and apparatus and participants can progress through different levels of difficulty.

  • Hockey


    Hockey is a sport where teams of 11 players use a stick to strike a ball into the opponent's net.

  • Judo


    Judo is a modern martial art and a competitive sport. The aim is to throw or takedown an opponent to the ground and immobilise the opponent with a pin or force an opponent to submit.

  • Karate


    Karate is a version of unarmed combat designed for the purpose of self-defence.

  • Netball


    Netball is a fast skilful team game based on running, jumping, throwing and catching. Teams may consist of up to 12 players but only seven players may take the court at one time.

  • Positive Coaching Scotland

    Positive Coaching Scotland

    PCS creates a positive environment in youth sport which focuses on encouraging effort and learning, improving performance and fostering competition.

  • Roller hockey

    Roller hockey

    Roller hockey clubs in South Lanarkshire.

  • Rugby


    Rugby is a contact sport that involves two teams playing against each other. The objective is to keep possession of the ball and try to put it down over the opposition’s goal line.

  • Swimming


    Swimming is a diverse recreational sport as well as having a competitive element.

  • Table tennis

    Table tennis

    Table Tennis is a fun and exciting racquet sport which attracts players of all ages and abilities.

  • Tae kwon Do

    Tae kwon Do

    Tae kwon Do is a version of unarmed combat designed for the purpose of self-defence.

  • Tennis


    Tennis is a racquet sport that can be played individually against a single opponent (singles) or between two teams of two players each (doubles).

  • Trampoline


    Trampolining is a competitive Olympic sport that includes a number of different jumping techniques including pike, tuck, straddle and somersaults.

  • Triathlon


    Triathlon involves mastering skills across the three disciplines of swimming, biking and running as well as transition.