There has been rowing on the waterways of Manchester and Salford since 1823. Founded in 1861, Agecroft Rowing Club is one of the oldest open membership rowing clubs in the world. We have a wide variety of rowers of different abilities, ambitions and ages.
With a purpose-built facility on Salford Quays and a large fleet of boats, Agecroft Rowing Club caters to those who wish to succeed at rowing, from the Learn to Row course offered to complete novices, to potential Olympians through the World Class Start program.
Masters Squad complete best ever season in 2016 - with medal haul at Masters Championships - since the squad was set up 9 years ago.
Nottingham Regatta- Women's 8+ WIM3 Win in style.
Learn to Row Starting 21st May 12.30pm. Sign up on eventbrite.
Wallingford Regatta- Big Wins- Men's 4+ Challenge Winners, Men's 8+ Club Winners
Graeme Thomas 2nd at Olympic Trials and into 4x ahead of Europeans and Lucerne World Cup. Strong results from the rest of Agecroft representing at Olympic Trials.
HoRR 2016- 18th and 36th taking home the Jackson Trophy again and the IM3 Club Pennant.
WeHORR 2016- 36th and 85th read the report now-http://www.agecroftrc.org.uk/wehorr-2016.html
Edited Agecroft Small Boats Head 2015 Final Results
Final draw and safety documents for Agecroft Head now available here
Provisional Draw for Agecroft Head now available here. Please note that due to a large number of entries, Division 2 will now start at 12.30pm and Division 3 at 3pm.
Poster now available for Agecroft Head, Saturday 17th October 2015
Read about the Home Countries regatta, Henley Race Write Ups, Bewdley wins and the Thames Challenge Row here
Agecrofters raise money for Kidney Research UK in 150 mile Thames Challenge row.