Kingston Rowing Club has squads for juniors and adult men and women of all age groups, from complete beginners to elite status athletes.
The membership categories and annual costs from the 2019/2020 season were as follows:
· Full: £470
· KU Student: £220
· Non KU Student: £380
· Juniors 12-13 : £380
· Juniors 14-16: £435
· Juniors 17-18: £445
· Social: £80
· Cox: free*
Kingston Rowing Club is one of the oldest rowing clubs in the world. Founded in 1858, the club has a strong reputation for success, both on the domestic and international rowing scene. With the club based on the River Thames between Kingston Bridge and Teddington Lock, our rowers enjoy one of the longest, and calmest, non-tidal stretches of river in the UK, with over 7 kilometres of navigable water. Please click here to register your interest to row at KRC.
Below you will find a flavour of each squad and their differences.
Men's & Women's Senior Squads
For those who have rowed previously and who are interested in committing to a serious training program with the ultimate goal of winning events at HRR and HWR.
We are always on the look out for experienced and beginner coxes; you won't pay a membership fee to cox at Kingston, so get in touch and let us know if you are interested.
Our renowned Junior Squad has numerous wins ranging from National Schools Regatta to the Junior World Champs and caters for all Juniors between the ages of 12 to 18.
winners 4+ J18 Nat Schools
Masters & Development
winners WMasE Masters Champoinships, Nottigham 2019
The Masters Squad varies from recreational rowers who enjoy a few beers at the bar to seasoned Vets who still compete at a high level.
For those still learning the intricacies of rowing with aspirations to row in the senior squads, technical coaching and a training program help our Development squad rowers improve season on season.
winners MasC Twickenham Regatta May 2019
Reading AR 2019
Our improvers are for those who have recently started rowing but have aspirations of eventually joining our Development/Senior and Master Squads.
The Explorer group is for those who want to enjoy the fabulous recreational and community benefits of rowing with some occasional local races.