Welcome to Limerick Swimming Club, Home of the Elite!   


Bullying in Your Club


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 Munster Connacht Age Groups


Limerick SC Swimmers were presented with their 400 Medley Relay Bronze Medals by   Anne McAdam ,

Swim Ireland President and Katie Keogh , US Embassy

R2L – Sophie Blewitt , Alex O’Connor, Bronagh LeGear and Shona Hickey


Limerick SC Swimmers were presented with their 400 Medley Relay Bronze Medals by   Anne McAdam,

Swim Ireland President and Katie Keogh, US Embassy

R2L  - Joseph Mooney, Shane Cody & Brothers Alan and Eoin Corby


Gerry Ryan 2015


Finn McGeever , LSC competes in his Final of the Mens 1500m Event


Irish Age Groups and Open Championships 2015

Eoin Corby 1500 Gold


Alan Corby 100Back Gold





Limerick Swimming Club Irish Age Groups Div2  Swimmer’s 2015

****For more Pictures From a Great Weekend of Swimming Click Here**** 




Gala Results

Gala Results



Gerry Ryan Invitation 2016  Results Day 1 

Gerry Ryan Invitation 2016 Results Day 2





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SI Licence No. 2A-15/16-M011.

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Well done to all LSC swimmers who represented their counties  at The community games.

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Latest from the ASA Championships

Well done to Aaron who finished 7th in 100 M Backcrawl, also to Eoin who finished in 3rd place in the 50M Breaststroke at the ASA Championships in Sheffield. 

Great swimming so far from our LSC and Munster swimmers. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!




Fiona Doyle  carrying the flag for Ireland at the Opening Ceremony of the World University Games.



Limerick Swimming Club Irish Age Groups Div2  Swimmer’s 2015



Limerick Swimming Club Irish Age Groups Div 1 Swimmer’s 2015 



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Limerick Swimming Club

Limerick Swimming Club was founded in 1986, when a number of local swimming clubs came together to form a competitive club, where all local swimmers could compete as one team. The club was set up to cater for competitive swimming, while having a feeder system from the teaching clubs in the area, like Seal Swimming Club and St Paul’s Swimming Club. This system has been maintained to the present day, with a formal communication system between the clubs and set criteria for movement of swimmers from teaching to coaching and competitive swimming. Limerick Swimming club also maintains a close working relationship with the  Limerick Masters Swimming club.

A good relationships is built up with the High performance Centre, with Limerick Swimming club coaches involved in the Development squad training, in addition to their duties with Limerick Swimming club. All this is positively supported by Limerick Swimming club, as we see this as a positive development of our sport and beneficial to our swimmers.

In our club we see the importance of developing our swimmers to compete fairly, be gracious in both victory and defeat and be ambassadors for our sport as being the primary objectives for our members, and we uphold these principles above all others. You can find  more information about  Joining Limerick Swimming Club  here




Our mission statement

“Limerick Swimming Club aims to foster and develop competitive swimming in the Limerick area, and through this promote the development of Physical, Moral and Social Qualities of our members, in accordance with current best practice in the sport”