Broomhill Sports Club was founded in June 2004 by Parents of Children at Broomhill Primary School in the West End of Glasgow. The Parents were unhappy with the amount of PE within the School and set up some football teams for children from Broomhill and other local Schools.
We currently offer sports training and match play in Football, Netball, Multi Sports, Hockey, Karate and Athletics to approximately 750 children from Primary 1 to S6. Our members attend West End Schools such as:
Broomhill Primary, Hyndland Primary & Secondary Schools, Jordanhill, St Peters, Glasgow Gaelic School, Knightswood Primary & Secondary, Kelvindale, St Thomas Aquinas, Whiteinch, Cleveden, Drumchapel High, St Paul’s, Thornwood, Notre Dame, Scotstoun, Hillhead, High School, St Charles, Bankhead, St Clare’s, Corpus Christi, Garscadden, Glasgow Academy, St Aloysius, Blairdardie, Yoker, St Brendan’s. We also have members from Schools in East Renfrewshire & Clydebank.
We want to establish Sport as an integral part of School and Community life. We want to encourage participation by as many children as possible in a wide range of enjoyable activities that promote health and well-being. We will look to engineer both sporting excellence and enthusiastic participation from our children. We want to develop the highest standard of sporting etiquette and foster talented and dedicated individuals.
In the long term we want to establish permanent Club facilities that will sustain a vibrant community Club offering sport to people of all ages and from every section of society.
Broomhill Sports Club is available to anyone regardless of ability to play. The club has an extensive training schedule throughout the week and we put out teams at the weekend. The club looks at developing each individual as an athlete and as a person, we recognise that all children develop at different rates and we measure achievement accordingly.
We want to run inclusive and elite sport within the same club, this way we can encourage a lifetime’s participation and passion for sport and comradeship.
Membership means that you can participate in whatever appropriate sport or activity we provide, usually at no extra cost.
You will be sent membership notes on how we operate and if you wish to proceed we will send you the relevant membership forms.
Contact us at:
or call 0141 339 3606.or attend the Clubs admin session at Hyndland Secondary School on a Tuesday (5.30-7pm) during term time.
BSC is managed by the Parent Community Sports Trust. (SC044806)
The Club is run by volunteers who are mostly parents and carers. This involves all management and coordination duties plus coaching, fund raising, making refreshments, washing kits, putting up nets etc. We are always looking for people to step up and get involved.
The Club has a Charter and Membership Rules that set out how we operate and govern ourselves. When joining Members, Parents, Volunteers sign their acceptance of these rules and children from P4 upwards also sign their understanding of the rules.
Chairperson | Stephen Prince | 07980818626
Club Secretary | George Fraser | 07446281332
Netball Coordinator Alsion Morton 07752914753
Match Secretary Chris MacDonald 07769665592