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A number of clubs meet at the leisure centre on a weekly basis. Find out details on each of the clubs below; for further information on each please contact the club directly or telephone Crystal Leisure Centre reception.

Ruach Karate Club

The club has specialised karate classes to suit every level of expertise from beginner 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 Number: 07956 863050
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 Number: 07772 474577 or 01562 823482
WebsiteKarate 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 Number: 01562 822263

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 Number: 07977404293
WebsiteStourbridge 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)

Friday Sports and Play Club

An adventurous activity club for children who have a disability. Based in the soft play centre, children are encouraged to be active by playing various games using the unique facility. Children are well supported encouraging them to be active. It is suitable for children from any of Dudley’s special schools and those children in mainstream school with a disability. Siblings and friends without a disability are welcome to attend. If you are unsure if your child’s needs can be met feel free to contact us.

Deliverers are very experienced in working with people with disabilities. They can use basic Makaton.

When: Friday’s 5-6pm (term time only)
Where: Soft Play Suite
Age: 5-16 years
Who: Children who struggle to be included in other activity sessions
Cost: £1.50
Contact: 07875 646 812 or

Social Sports Centre

Social Sports Centre offers adaptive sports and fun physical activity sessions to adults who have a learning disability and their carers. The sessions give participants the chance to be active in a safe environment and socialise with people from other groups.

Participants can enjoy parachute games, use the bouncy castle or play adapted versions of the sports.

Location: Sports Hall
When: Wednesday’s term time
Time: 10am to 12pm
Cost: free
Age: over 16 years
Who: is the activity for people over 16 years who have a learning disability and are supported by their carer.
Contact: or 01384 814 179

Note: people who have detaching retina, confirmed Atlanto Axial Instability, rodded back, brittle bones, Dwarfism or who are pregnant should not use the bouncy castle.

Leaps Club

Leaps is a session aimed at special needs teens who struggle to access certain groups and activities because of their complex, severe, medical, behavioural and personal care needs.

We offer a sociable, active session which includes all the family. Parents/carers and siblings help the young person with the disability engage in activities and with others. The club is small and personal and helps families to make new friends. It’s an opportunity for the whole family to get some fun exercise. Participants can climb, run, crawl and play in a safe environment. The session is ideal for lively teens.

When: Wednesday’s
Time: 6.30pm – 8pm
Cost: £3 per session
Where: Soft Play Suite
Who: Young people who are too physical for Monday Fun Club or Friday Sports and Play Club. Young people who struggle to engage in Big Chaos’ more advanced games.
Contact: 07875 646 812 or