Lagan Scullers Club was formed forty years ago by a group of enthusiastic sweep rowers. Recognising that little opportunity existed on the Lagan for sculling, they created a new club dedicated to the sport of sculling!

And so Lagan Scullers’ was born, promoting sculling uniquely, providing boats, equipment, facilities and most importantly, support to all wishing to take part in this exhilarating sport.

Over the years we have grown to be an active, fun loving club where all members enjoy the best of all worlds, great rowing, great entertaining and great days on the Lagan. Check out our gallery and get in touch!

“The home for inspired scullers”

At LSC we want to capture a true sense of family, belonging and ownership coupled with the ambition and aspiration to provide you with the best possible opportunity for success in the art of sculling.

We are particularly proud that we have had many beginners start their journey here and today are recognised as some of the greats of rowing, competing successfully nationally and internationally.

Why not Contact Us now and we’ll be in touch to arrange for you to come and have a go!

Check out some of our latest posts on Facebook below.

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Lagan Scullers Club

Lagan Scullers Club

Lagan Scullers Club promotes Sculling in Belfast. That is rowing with one oar in each hand.

6 days ago

LSC wins, so far.. Fastest crew. And fastest Men's single.. George Parsonage trophy. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Lagan Head is today, Race 1 at 1100. It has more crews representing LSC than any other club!Viewing from McConnell pontoon or Governors Bridge. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

LSC is saddened by this news about Simon as one of our members. Our sympathies are with his family.It's with deepest sympathy that we have heard that Simon Hamilton passed away on Christmas Day. Simon was a long standing member of our club. He was a Bann man through and through and represented the club throughout Ireland and the UK. He competed at the British and World Masters on numerous occasions. His enthusiasm for the sport was unwaning. Simon was a true gentleman and he will be sadly missed by all at Bann RC. Our sincere condolences to Olive, Ethan, Nigel, Lynley and Simons mum. Simon rip. ... See MoreSee Less
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