Swim Ireland Information

Who is Swim Ireland?
The National Governing Body(NGB) for swimming, water polo, diving and synchronised swimming across the 32 counties of the island of Ireland, recognised as such by the Department of Tourism, Transport, Sport and the Arts through Sport Ireland and Sport Northern Ireland. We are recognised at world level by FINA, and at European level by LEN

We exist to encourage participation, develop excellence and regulate our sport and have set out our goals in our  5-year strategic plan.

Our legal structure is that of a company limited by guarantee. We adopted the Voluntary Code of Governance  in 2013 and were the first sporting NGB to be compliant with the Code. 

Strategic direction is provided by our 11 strong Board of Directors, elected annually at our AGM. The Board are supported by the Swim Ireland President who is elected annually in a voluntary position. The operational responsibility rests with the Chief Executive Officer and staff.

Swim Ireland has a dedicated Leinster Support Officer (Aisling McKeever) and Leinster Pathway Development Coach (Mark Lappin) based in the region to provide a direct line into Swim Ireland and to offer on the ground real time support


Aisling McKeever – aislingmckeever@swimireland.ie

Mark Lappin – marklappin@swimireland.ie

Where is Swim Ireland?
Swim Ireland comprises all affiliated Irish Swimming Clubs; however Swim Ireland does have a central office at: 

Swim Ireland, 
Sport HQ
National Sports Campus
Blanchardstown, Dublin 15. 

Tel: 01 625 1120 
email: admin@swimireland.ie 
Website: www.swimireland.ie






Child Welfare Update
Swim Ireland have issued an update to the Child Welfare guidelines and also a Poster for use by Clubs to promote Child Welfare awareness.

Swim Ireland Complaints and Disciplinary Rules and Procedures
Click here to download the latest version of the Swim Ireland Complaints and Disciplinary Rules and Procedures. This is an important document that should be studied by all Club Committees and made available to Members.

Swim Ireland M&A
Click here for a link to the Swim Ireland Memorandum & Articles.