Opening Hours and Wave Machine

From 4 November 2018 Sunday opening hours in the leisure pool will start later at 9am and close at 6pm.

The waves machine is currently out of action. We hope to have it working before Saturday 17 November 2018.

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Crystal Leisure Centre Clubs

There are a number of clubs meet at the centre on a weekly basis, which offer activities outside of those offered by the Crystal Leisure Centre. Further information on each of the clubs can be obtained by contacting the club directly using the contact details below or by telephoning reception for details.

Ruach Karate Club

The club has specialised classes to suit every level of expertise from beginner karate lessons right through the syllabus to Black Belt training and beyond. The website caters for people thinking about starting karate and to provide a single point of reference.

Club: Ruach Karate Club

Activity: Karate (Adult & Junior)

Contact Person: Sensei Ronnie Christopher

Contact Email:

Contact Number: 07956 863050

Web Site: Ruach Karate

Karate For All Club

K.F.A. or Karate For All, welcomes students of all ages from 5 years of age upwards, and of any grade or style. Over the years Karate For All have produced many National and International students and are arguably one of the most successful clubs in the country.

Karate For All is a member of the Shukokai Karate Federation, who are members of Kimura Shukokai International World Governing Body.

Club: K.F.A.

Activity: Karate (Adult & Junior)

Contact Person: Sensei Paul Acton 4th Dan

Contact Email:

Contact Number: 07772 474577 or 01562 823482

Web Site: Karate For All

Systema - Russian Martial Arts Club

ERMAA has been up and running since February 2000 and during this time it has attracted the interest of many already established martial artists, along with beginners to self-defence and has instructors teaching the system in many areas of Great Britain.

Club: K.F.A.

Activity: Jujitsu

Contact Person: Nick Dipaola

Contact Email:

Contact Number: 01562 822263

Web Site:

Stourbridge Swimming Club

Stourbridge Swimming Club is affiliated to the Worcester County in the West Midland Region of the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA). Established in 1901, the Club has around 300 members and is one of the largest in the area. Swimmers currently train in six different pools including Dudley and Stourbridge leisure centres and a number of school pools.

The club teach from beginners, improvers to intermediates and advanced. Coaching spans from junior to senior at County, Region and National standards. There are a variety of incentive schemes to keep swimmers enthusiastic and motivated. These include awards, trophies and team competition

Club: Stourbridge Swimming Club

Activity: Competitive Swimming

Contact Person: Bernard Simkins (Chairman)

Contact Email:

Contact Number: 07977404293

Web Site: Stourbridge Swimming Club

Crystal Badminton Club

The Crystal Badminton Club furthers the playing of badminton both at a social and competition level.

Club night is every Monday 8 pm to 10 pm in the Lower Sports Hall, courts 1 to 4. They have 2 seasons: May to August (Summer) and Sept to April (Winter).

Club: Crystal Badminton Club

Activity: Competitive Badminton

Contact Person: Chris Rudd(Chairman)

Contact Email:

Web Site: Crystal Badminton Club

Friday Adaptive Sports Club

Friday Adaptive Sports Club runs on a weekly basis at Crystal Leisure Centre and offers adaptive sports sessions to disabled children and young people.

Runs on a weekly basis at Crystal Leisure Centre and offers adaptive sports sessions to disabled children and young people.

Friday's term time 5pm till 6pm. Ideal for children aged 8 years and up.

Cost: £2 per session.

Options Plus discount is available for Friday Adaptive Sports Club session.

Social Education Centre Sports Club

Social Education Centre Sports Club is based at Crystal Leisure Centre. This is for disabled adults, they get to play many games such as badminton, table tennis and new age curling. The environment is safe and sociable. Carers and families of the participants regularly comment on how much fun is had at the sessions.

Wednesday's term time - 10am till 12pm

Age: 16+

Cost: Free