CLUBS WE SUPPORT
Club Marion proudly supports and provides facilities for numerous sporting and social clubs across the community. Whether inside or out, Club Marion invests a great deal of time and money in their facilities to ensure that Clubs such as these continue to thrive and survive. Club Marion also provides facilities free of charge and on a daily basis to local Sunrise Christian School.
Should you require information on any of the Clubs whom Club Marion support please do so using the direct links below;
Cove Marion Women's Soccer Club
Cove Marion WFC offers a great environment for girls of all ages, experience and abilities to improve their skills, learn and enjoy soccer in a welcoming family friendly environment.
Cove Marion WFC teams train and play at Club Marion Sporting Complex. We offer teams from Under 13 to Under 17s, Miniroos teams for players born 2008-2011 and also a Senior team in Season 2019.
Diving SA (DSA) is the only diving club in South Australia, and is also the State's representative association. DSA is a member of Diving Australia Incorporated (DA) which is the national representative body. DSA is a not-for-profit organisation, operated by a Board of Management, run mostly by volunteers.
Glenelg Rebels Softball Club
Glenelg Rebels is a local softball club in the Adelaide competition. We are South Australia’s oldest and most successful A grade District club, commencing in the 1946 Twilight A grade, and entering the Saturday A grade in 1948 - winning both the Twilight and Saturday A grade premierships.
Korfball is a fast-paced and dynamic game that is the only truly mixed team sport in the world.The principles are similar to those of netball, handball and basketball but the unique defending and mixed sex rules make for a much more varied game at a much faster pace. Korfball SA is the peak body for the Korfball competition here in SA.
Marlin Masters Swimming Club
Marion Masters provides a venue for swimmers of masters age to train for fitness and competition in a relaxed friendly atmosphere. As a club Marion Masters competes at state and national level in both the pool and the open water.
Marion Masters has members ranging in age from 18 to mid 70s. Our members have varied swimming goals ranging from regular pool competitions at state, national and world level, the regular open water swimmers and those who just want to retain their fitness.
Marion Bowling Club
Marion Bowling Club is a large and powerful club on the South Australian bowling scene, with 4 high quality tift dwarf bowling greens, maintained by our full time green keeping crew.
The Club is often selected to host National and State Championship events due to our immaculate greens and catering facilities.
Marion Cricket Club
For more than a century, the Marion Cricket Club, in one form or another has played cricket in the Marion area.
Initially the Sturt Cricket Club, it was split in the early 1920' into the Sturt and the Marion Cricket Clubs. Reformed again as Sturt Cricket Club from 1940, and then finally the Marion Cricket Club we know today in 1960.
Marion Croquet Club
Set in The Marion Sports Club complex, Marion Croquet Club has 5 courts and welcomes new members and visitors to come and try Golf Croquet.A court can be made available for players wishing to play Association Croquet (please contact Secretary).The club is unique in that it encourages people with vision impairment and mild disabilities to participate in the sport.
Marion Rams Football Club
The organisation that evolved into the Marion Football Club was originally formed in 1891, and is one of the oldest football clubs in South Australia. Originally known as the Sturt Football Club, the club changed their name to Marion in the 1950’s.
The club is currently affiliated with the Adelaide Football league (SAAFL). Our junior football is part of the SANFL Juniors competition.
Marion Tennis Club
As part of the Glenelg Districts Tennis Association Marion Tennis Club has a very long history of being competitive with a sense of joy and excitement for all ages. Juniors (5-16) are given many opportunities to play, grow and develop in the club and seniors (17 and onwards) enjoy the social aspect as well as being competitive.
Marion Swimming Club
It is our objective to foster and promote cricket for those 60 years of age and over. We aim to provide the structure, equipment and facilities so that anyone can continue playing cricket in a friendly, stress-free, social environment-even after turning 60. Our cricket is competitive, but gentlemanly, with proper adherence to the laws and conventions of the game. Most of all, we value maximum participation by our members in all games.