Sports Clubs

Sports Clubs in Marlow

The following are locally based sports clubs. Special events organised can be publicised in our events calendar.   List your club! If you are involved in a sports club not mentioned here, just contact us and let us know!

Court Garden Leisure Complex

court garden leisure centre 2Court Garden Leisure Complex has everything you need to keep you and the family healthy and active! With a 15m pool, 50 station Gym, 2 Badminton courts and so much more we have something for everyone’s individual needs. We have a café for you to have a coffee and catch up with everyone afterwards! We have trampoline and swimming courses available for children, with our enthusiastic and lovable teachers; they’ll be learning the skills and tricks in no time! We host regular Open Days with taster sessions, competitions and prizes!
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Get in contact today: or call 01628 405 200

Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre

As a centre of excellence for not only the country’s leading sportsmen and women, but also the local community, Bisham Abbey provides sporting and non-sporting facilities including:

  • Football pitches – 3D, Desso and grass
  • Hockey pitch – Replica of the Rio Olypimc 2016 pitch
  • 90 Station Fitness Suite
  • Workout classes including yoga and bodypump
  • Squash courts
  • Tennis courts (hard and clay)
  • Abbey Clinic (sports rehabilitation)
  • Bisham Abbey Sailing and Navigation Schools

Bisham Abbey is one of Sport England’s National Sports Centres and is home to a number of National Governing Bodies of Sport. Bisham Abbey provides excellent facilities to Britain’s leading sports men and women, and aims to provide a world class experience.
Many of the sports facilities are open to the local community and the Abbey also provides a fabulous setting for Weddings, Conferences, Team Building events and other Celebrations.

Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre, Marlow Road, Bisham SL7 1RR // 01628 476911


Marlow Bowls Club

Marlow Bowls ClubMarlow Bowls Club has been representative of mainstream bowls in Bucks for more than 90 years . Marlow is famous for its outdoor bowling season which commences mid-April through the summer until mid-September, and the idyllic setting is a treat for long established and new bowlers alike. Once the summer has passed then the extremely popular short-mat bowling season begins, as the superbly equipped clubhouse becomes a haven for a winter session of indoor bowling. We often take in new members through the year but have public Open Days during the early part of May which gives everyone an opportunity to try the sport, bowling is an absorbing game and hope that you will enjoy the benefits of bowling at Marlow for many years to come. For more information please call 07867 547763 or visit

Marlow Canoe Club

Marlow Canoe ClubMarlow Canoe Club is a medium sized (around 150 members) club which caters for followers of just about every branch of recreational canoeing, including white water, sea touring, inland touring, surfing, canoe polo and coaching. There are also a few members who take competitive canoeing (in various disciplines) seriously. The club house is situated on the North bank of the River Thames (in Buckinghamshire), directly under Marlow Bridge. It can be accessed easily from the

Marlow Cricket Club

Marlow Cricket ClubMarlow Cricket Club are one of the leading clubs in Buckinghamshire, home to three Thames Valley League Sides, friendly cricket and a thriving colts section. The ground is situated in Pound Lane, Marlow, where it can boast some of the best facilities in southern England. The clubs first XI play in the top division of the Morrant Thames Valley Cricket League. While the second and third XI`s compete lower down in divisions 3 and 7. Sundays offer the chance to play against local side in friendly games. Midweek cricket is also available playing some traditional all-day fixtures against both UK and overseas touring sides.

Marlow Football Club  

Marlow football clubMarlow Football Club play in the Bostik Football League – South Central Division, at the Alfred Davis Ground, Oak Tree Road. The club has a long and interesting history, having formed in 1870 and was one of the original entrants in the first F.A Cup competition, reaching the semi-finals in 1882 where they lost out to eventual winners Old Etonians 0-5 at the Oval.

Marlow Hockey Club  

Marlow Hockey clubMarlow Hockey Club boasts a proud history and has been a major influence on local, county and international hockey. Founded in 1909 the Club plays at the Marlow Sports Club, Pound Lane, and has a large number of teams covering all levels and a very strong junior section.


Marlow Riders (Cycling)

Marlow Riders logoWe are an inclusive club, we provide encouragement for those new to the delights of cycling in a group, and a framework for more experienced riders to improve and progress. At Marlow Riders there is pretty much something for everyone. Our focus is safety and enjoyment, with a strong social element, and nobody gets left behind. We love a cake and coffee stop –but only after we earned it!! Club rides are every Saturday morning and in the summer we do evening rides on Tuesdays and Thursdays as well, sometimes with a beer after!

Marlow Rifle & Pistol Club

Marlow rifle clubMRPC is one of the longest established clubs in the South of England, having celebrated our centenary in 2007. We have our own heated and well ventilated 6 lane, 25 yard indoor range at the Court Garden Leisure Centre. The range is approved for the shooting of .22 and most pistol calibres. It has recently been refurbished and re-equipped to provide customized lighting conditions for each shooting discipline. In addition the range is registered as a .22 shooting gallery, which means that we can hold regular open days when members of the public can shoot under supervision. We also shoot outdoors throughout the year at local ranges and at Bisley. The range is available for use by club members between 9.a.m. and 10.30 p.m. 7 days per week. Visit for more information, and including how to join.

Marlow Rowing Club

Marlow Rowing ClubBased in Marlow-on-Thames and easily accessible from the M4 and M40, Marlow Rowing Club welcomes members from a wide area. The club has busy squads for men, women, junior boys, girls and veterans, and organises or helps run various rowing events. We also run a number of social events for the membership.


Marlow Rugby Club 

Marlow Rugby ClubMarlow RFC plays in the South West Division. For more information visit the website


Marlow Sailing Club

Marlow sailing clubWe are an RYA affiliated dinghy-sailing club located on the Berkshire bank of the River Thames, approximately two miles upstream of Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Between the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey and Temple Lock, access is by road from Temple Lane. Our clubhouse offers excellent facilities, with separate changing rooms and showers, a kitchen area and meeting room. Disabled access is provided for all clubhouse

Marlow Striders (Running club)

Marlow Striders logoWe are a friendly and sociable bunch of runners determined to keep fit and make running fun ! We have over 150 members of all ages and abilities so we’re sure to have someone who runs at your pace. We normally meet at the Marlow Sports Club in Pound Lane where we host the Marlow Duathlon

Marlow Tennis Club

The Marlow Tennis Club is situated in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, close to Henley, Wycombe and Maidenhead The club is set in the attractive, spacious grounds of the Marlow Sports Club where the Tennis club has its own clubhouse and 4 all-weather floodlit courts The Marlow Sports Club offers kitchen facilities, changing rooms and a large communal area with parking available in the Marlow Sports Club car-park .

Marlow Water Ski Club

Established in the early 1960’s by a group of enthusiastic skiers, and to this day it has always been run by the members for the members on a non-profit making basis. A small friendly club with less than 60 members including families and children, we particularly encourage younger members. MWSC has always been proud of its broad spectrum of abilities on the water, with members specialising in a variety of disciplines, including Slalom, Trick, Wakeboarding, Wakeskating and Barefooting