SportsActivities

OurTennis

The Dilmun Club boasts multiple sporting facilities, one of which is the two full-size tennis courts. These enable our members to either book a court for private use or to partake in one of our tennis based clubs.

One of the clubs is a Social Tennis club which runs on Saturday and Wednesday evenings from 6pm onwards. You’ll be able to meet and socialise new people with who are likeminded and share an interest in the Tennis sport. You’ll also be able to have a few games and face some new opponents to try and better your game.

If you’re interested in learning the game then our second club may be for you! Thanks to a partnership with The Bahrain Tennis Academy, you’ll be able to take part in lessons and learn from some of the best tennis coachings on the island.

For more information on coaching contact Dan Barrie via email [email protected] or by phoning 3969 7114.

If you’d like to book a tennis court, please use our booking form by clicking here or by contacting reception either via our contact form here or by phoning 1769 0926.


OurSquash

The club also boasts two squash courts available for booking to all members. Organise your own game, play against a friend or get in some practice without interruptions and distractions.

No one to play with? The Dilmun Club also has a Squash league that runs on a Monday night from 7pm – 9pm. This is a round robin rolling format and a good way to play a wide range of opponents to further improve your skill. All are welcome to come along for a great way to socialize and keep fit!

For more information, contact Ben Cogswell via email [email protected] or by phoning 37255772.

If you’d like to book a squash court, please use our booking form by clicking here or by contacting reception either via our contact form here or by phoning 1769 0926.


OurNetball

Thanks to the fact that our tennis courts also double up as netball courts we are fortunate enough to be able to offer Ladies Netball. The Dilmun ladies squad train on a Sunday night every week during term time and the Bahrain Netball League runs on Tuesday’s for those of you who want to play competitively.

Ladies netball is open to ALL abilities. Walking netball is starting in September on a Wednesday morning during term time.

Contact Kate on 39976259 for more details.


OurFootball

The football pitch at the club has recently undergone refurbishment and so there is now brand new astroturfing on the pitch. The football pitch is available for people or teams to book, organise your own games or even your own mini-tournaments among your friends and enjoy a high-quality pitch with cold beverages and food right next door.

If you’d like to book the football pitch, please use our booking form by clicking here or by contacting reception either via our contact form here or by phoning 1769 0926.


OurSwimming Section

The Swimming pool at The Dilmun Club features climate control to both heat and chill the pool depending on the outside temperature and time of year. It is open to use by all, whether you wish to lounge about on a rubber ring or do some lengths to keep fit.

We also have a swim school based out of The Dilmun Club called Swimming Section, run by Wedad, who is a qualified, British Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) coach, has been in charge of the Swimming Section at the Dilmun Club since 2008. Supporting Wedad at the swimming sessions is an experienced team of qualified teachers, a number of whom have already coached at the Dilmun Club before. Swimmers are allocated a 30-minute lesson on either a Sunday or Monday, at either 4.15pm or 4.45pm, with 60-minute squad training sessions at 5.15pm, for those stronger swimmers considered capable of a longer and more challenging session. Training sessions will cover the range of four strokes available, at your children’s particular level. Sessions currently cost BD4 per child per session, all sessions must be paid for at the beginning of the series.

For more information about the swim school, contact Wedad via email [email protected] or by phoning 39641508 (after 2.30pm).


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