Welcome to AASI Swimming
In AASI Swimming there is room for every level of experience - Everything from the newly hatched waterdog to the old, experienced swimmer. At training, you are your own coach - Meaning that there is no trainer on the poolside, no mandatory training, and no training sessions where you have to show up. At AASI Swiming you create your own program and decide when you want to come and train in the water. Besides swimming, AASI Swimming also offers team-based sports such as underwater rugby and Waterpolo. These are described below.
AASI Swimming is driven by volunteers who are always ready to give a helping hand, a tip, or inspiration to a program when needed. The volunteers handle everything from administrative to practical work in the club. I.e. the chairperson, cashier, and lifeguards/openers are all volunteers, who are enthusiastic about the club and the fellowship that comes with it. If you are interested in becoming a part of the Swimcrew, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and hear more about how you can become a part of the crew.
AASI Swimming is more than just a sport. We strive to create a social network amongst our members by arranging theme-days, social events, and by during volunteer work for and in the club.
AASI Swimming can be found in Østre Allé Svømmesal: Samsøgade 45, 9000 Aalborg.
Most often asked questions and answers as well as terms & conditions, can be found here on FAQ and Terms&Conditions.
In addition, we recommend that you join our Facebook page where you'll receive all the necessary information from the Swimcrew about cancellations, events, registration posts, Corona, etc.
Underwater rugby is played in the deep end of the pool where a goal is placed on the bottom at each side of the pool. The players are equipped with a snorkel, a scuba mask and, flippers and are divided into two teams who have to fight for a salt water-filled ball and get it into the goal. Underwater rugby is played in every dimension (Up/down, back/forth and, from side to side). The game requires technique and tactics but also strength and physical fitness.
The teams consist of a mix of newbies and experienced players of both sexes. All levels are welcome to underwater rugby - meaning it does not matter if you are an experienced swimmer/diver or not. There is room for everybody on the team. Besides, it does not take long to get used to the snorkel!
Waterpolo is played in the deep end of the pool where a goal is placed on either side of the pool. A team consists of six players and a goalkeeper. Every player wears a hat - thus making it is easier to recognize a team member from an opponent. When the game starts the teams have to fight for the ball and score the most goals.
Waterpolo training lasts two hours and consists of a warm-up, physical fitness- as well as technical training and at last, there be will be a short game between two teams. The training is lead by a volunteer and the teams consist of newbies and experienced players of both sexes. Everybody is welcome to join in on the training - there is room for everybody!
Who is AASI Swimcrew?
AASI Swimcrew is the team behind AASI Swimming. They take care of running the club, volunteer work regarding the club, and arranging all of the social events.
|Openers/Lifeguard||Katrine L, Lasse & Thea.|
If you are interested in becoming a part of the crew then contact us on email@example.com.
Price & Enrollment & The Waiting list
NB. The Sign-up Sheet will be open in August 2021.
To enroll on the team, click on the
AASI Swimming 20/21 Sign-up Sheet and fill in the form. Your enrollment is first valid when 450 DKK has been transferred to our account - the account and reg. no. is placed at the top of the sign-up sheet. When the club has confirmed your transfer then you will receive a confirmation by mail.
AASI Swimming & Corona
AASI Swimming follows the restriction, guidelines, and roles that the government, Dansk Svømmeunion, and DGI have issued about Corona. Visit AASI Swimming & Corona and read more about the newest initiatives that AASI Swimming has implemented in proportion to Corona.
Training Schedule & Season start
Season 20/21 starts Wednesday the 01/09/2021 and the last training is on Sunday the 26/06/2022. The training schedule is as follows:
|Monday||21.15- 22.30||Katrine L. & Lasse||Underwater rugby|
|Tuesday||21.00-22.30||TBA||Swimming* & Waterpolo|
|Wednesday||21.30 - 22.30||Mads||Swimming|
|Thursday||21.30 - 22.30||TBA||Swimming|
*NB. On Tuesdays Swimming stops at 22.00 and Waterpolo continues to 22.30.
The opener will arrive 5-10 minutes before the concerned training time. This gives the opener and the members time to change and be ready to go into the pool at the scheduled training time. NB. Members and the opener MUST have left the pool before 23.00, therefore all swimmers must leave the pool 30 minutes before closing. Additionally, may members NOT GO INTO THE WATER without the opener is present.
Cancellations & holidays
Østre Allé Svømmesal follows the holidays of the public schools. Thus the pool will be closed and training is canceled during these periods. To give you an overview of which day the pool will be closed, these are listed below:
- Autumn break: 16. October 2021 - 24. October 2021
- Christmas break: 22. December 2021 - 2. January 2022
- Winter break: 19. February 2022 - 27. February 2022
- Easter holiday: 9. April 2022 - 18. April 2021
- General Prayer Day holiday: 13. May 2022 - 15. May 2022
- Ascension Day-holiday: 26. May 2022 - 29. May 2022
- Whitsun holiday: 4. June 2022 - 6. June 2022
- Constitution Day: 5. June 2022 (Sunday)
- Summer vacation: 26. June 2021 (Sunday)
Cancellations and holidays will be announced on our Facebook page.