Scottish Sports News
Kilsyth Sports and Leisure Clubs
Kilsyth has a number of very active sports clubs and associations, with many
sports represented at a high level, including boxing, tae kwon do, pool, bowling, fishing,
swimming, curling, and soccer.
XS Tae Kwon Do which trains at Broadwood stadium between Cumbernauld and Kilsyth, won many of the top awards at the 2007 UK championships in Stratford, coming overall third place. They also rated highly at the 2007 Scottish championships on 19th May.Centre: Kilsyth's modern swimming pool is within a minute of the town centre. Right - sailing on Banton Loch, R Chalmers.
Below is just a small selection of the many local sports clubs and societies. New Entry or query? - email us
Or if that all sounds like too much excitement, check out the canoeing on the canal just a few yards away. Or go for a hike along the Antonine way... Otherwise try the following clubs and venues:
opening hours, 25 metres main pool, disabled access, Health Suite with
Jacuzzi and Sauna, special rates for groups, an excellent and accessible
pool for all the family. Weekdays - open 8/9 am to 10 pm, weekends, 9am-5
Kilsyth Ramblers try some of these links!
every Sunday - easy to strenuous - details in the Kilsyth Chronicle
every week. Chair: Bill Taylor
Woodend Farm - Riding and fun for all on the outskirts of Kilsyth
Woodend Farm, Kilsyth,
Leisure Park opening soon - small select development of chalets, caravan parking,
Croy Bowling Club
K.C.C. FOOTBALL CLUB
Description: Playing in Strathclyde evangelical churches league division three. Team from Kilsyth Congregational Church. Visit web site for fixtures, league tables & results