A friendly club for all ages. Club sessions for both youth and adults. The youth/children train Monday Wednesday Friday and Sunday at Brackley pool. There is a masters swimming session on Friday nights, which caters for the beginner through to the experienced. We do cycling and running sessions (for juniors) on a Saturday morning at beachborough school. We welcome new members - just get in touch with us via the website. All our coaches are British Triathlon trained and want to support you to be the best you can be. We want to make sport fun and enjoyable.
Brackley Athletic Juniors
Brackley Athletic FC – the “Jaffas” – is an FA Charter Standard Youth Development football club, one of only nine in the county, with a proud position in the local community, hoping to inspire kids of all ages to enjoy football and be part of a team. Our focus is the development of the player, not only as a footballer but as an individual, in a fun and safe environment. Every team is coached by FA qualified coaches who are DBS checked and first aid trained, from the under 6s at Soccer School to the U16's. They are backed up by a passionate committee that includes a Medical Officer and Welfare officers to ensure that the health and wellbeing of the players is always at the top of our agenda. If you would like to join one of our teams please email
No matter if you use a zimmer, join the dippers and be a swimmer! We swim at the Brackley Leisure Centre, Springfield Way each Saturday from 12pm to 1.30pm. A friendly swimming club which helps adults with physical difficulties to enjoy the freedom of the water. Our club has exclusive use of the large pool so if you want to swim but need help or encouragement then please call Janine on: 0742 3224 409
Brackley Running Club
Running is a great way to get and stay fit, but it is easier, more enjoyable and safer if you do it with other people! Brackley and District Running Club is a very friendly club, that welcomes runners of all abilities. We normally meet outside reception of Brackley Leisure Centre at 6.50pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All sessions are led by qualified leaders or coaches and no one runs on their own. To find out ore about us take a look at our website, or ask to join or Facebook group.
Brackley Squash Club
Brackley's local Squash & Racketball club. Brackley Squash Club have been AWARDED BRONZE CHARTER ACCREDITATION for the England Squash Clubmark scheme and, as part of the scheme, the club adopts policies, practices and recommended codes of conduct
We are the Brackley & District U3A, part of a national organisation with many hundreds of Branches. The objectives are: OBJECTIVES of the U3A 1. To encourage those older people no longer in full-time employment to engage in educational and cultural activities. 2. To find and help such people use their skills to teach and learn. 3. To provide affordable education for all members 4. To make the population, as well as educational establishments, aware of the existence and aims of U3A. 5. To encourage people of all cultures to participate and both give and receive the benefits of mutual experience. 6. To seek to include the housebound and the disabled in the educational and cultural activities of the U3A. 7. To ensure adequate recognition of the abilities of the retired. 8. To obtain access to, and the use of, facilities for the activities of the U3As from National and Local Government and other organisations 9. To actively demonstrate the continuing contributions made by third agers. Each Branch has a large number of Groups, each dealing with a particular activity. We are the Table Tennis Group and meet in the Hall weekly on Mondays and Tuesdays.
CESKA has been running here at Brackley Leisure Centre since 1993. We teach from 6 yrs to adults (with and without karate/martial arts experience) We train in SHOTOKAN which is suitable for all. We train in a friendly and relaxed environment. No special clothing is need to start. After Covid restrictions are relaxed we plan to train on Tuesdays at 7.30pm and Fridays at 6.30pm. Call/Text or mail for further details
Jado Kuin Do- Mark Bruce
Jado Kuin Do is a modern day, practical art of self defence founded by Master Jake D. Ogden in 1998. Jake trained for many years in traditional kung fu (Lee Chuan Fa, Wing Chun) and Judo. Later, in a quest for further knowledge fuelled by his interest in martial arts he studied Kickboxing, Thai Boxing, Karate and Taekwondo attained Black Belt Dan/Degree grades in all of them. He has also studied Wing Chun and attained Black Sash. The main focus behind the formation of Jado Kuin Do was to bring together the combative skills that Jake had learnt that could be readily adapted to the modern age. Jake has kept the traditional values of his earlier arts, but through well researched scientific concepts and over 30 years of continuous study and experience, Jake was able to form the respectable art of Jado Kuin Do.
Who are we? Knowing and understanding your children, Offering value for money, All children have fun and want to come back Loyal, friendly, family based, Ability to be flexible! We have been operating for over 10 years and are a nation-wide leader in school holiday camps. All of our activity schemes operate our caring KOALA core values.
Little Kickers is an internationally recognised brand of football classes for children aged 2-7. We operate the franchise area of Banbury, Bicester and Buckingham (although also run classes in Shipston on Stour). Little Kickers is more than just football and is both educational and fun. Our sessions appeal to all and a love of the beautiful game is not essential.
Playball teaches a wide range of ball sports and core movement skills through play. It is age appropriate, curriculum based and tailored to meet the developmental milestones of each age group. One of the key long term benefits of the Playball Programme is a positive association with sports and movement. Playball's action-packed lessons will immerse your children into a unique multi-sport programme where they’ll be having so much fun they won’t realise they are learning!
Rugbytots - the world's favourite rugby based play programme Our fun, structured play sessions take children on a journey of sporting imagination with engaging and energetic coaches supporting them every step of the way, teaching how to catch, pass, kick, run with the ball and play as part of a team. We run classes in three distinct age groups: 2- 3.5 years old; 3.5 - 5 years old and 5 - 7 years old. Our motto is simple; "make it more fun". We do this by delivering our specifically designed programme for each age group with energy, enthusiasm and excitement. This creates an atmosphere in the class that is totally unique and engaging for parents and children alike