Lane Swimming in Sheffield

Lane Swimming sessions can be booked online 7 days in advance, from 8.00am
Booking Terms And Conditions apply.

Choose from 6 Swimming Pools in Sheffield

Swimming is a good all-round activity that is great for the body and mind, whatever your age or ability. Regular swimming builds endurance, muscle strength and cardio fitness with low impact on the body. In our dedicated lane swimming sessions:

  • lane ropes are used to section off each lane of the pool.
  • you can choose from slow, medium or fast lanes so you can set your own pace.
  • the swimming pool is supervised at all times by qualified pool lifeguards who all hold the National Pool Lifeguard Qualification and attend regular staff training to keep their skills and knowledge up to date.

Concessionary rates are also available offering a 40% discount off our full price.


Plus, if you attend more than once a week, we can offer even better value for money with our gym and swim membership!

Find your nearest Swimming Pool in Sheffield

Select a venue below to view our pool information or click here to view our swimwear guidelines.

Make a Booking

Lane Swimming sessions can be booked online 7 days in advance, from 8.00am
Booking Terms And Conditions apply.


Ponds Forge and Hillsborough Leisure Centre



Lane Swimming - Pay As You Go
Lane Swimming - lifeCARD Plus Holders (Am I eligible?)
Lane Swimming - Members (Find out more)
Lane Swimming - Lessons Customers (Find out more)

Concord Sports Centre, Heeley Pool, Springs Leisure Centre and Westfield Sports Centre



Swimming - Pay As You Go
Swimming - lifeCARD Plus Holders (Am I eligible?)
Swimming - Members (Find out more)
Swimming - Lessons Customers (Find out more)

Available at the Following Venues

For more venue information and opening times select a venue below.

Shiregreen Lane

S5 6AE

Broadfield Road

S8 0XQ

Beulah Road

S6 2AN

Sheaf Street

S1 2BP

East Bank Road

S2 2AL

Eckington Road

S20 1HQ

Admissions Policy

  • All swimmers attending lane swimming must be a strong, competent swimmer. A Strong competent swimmer is defined as being able to swim a minimum of 2 lengths non-stop, using a recognised stroke
  • Children aged 8 and under who are “strong, competent swimmers” must be actively accompanied by a responsible Guardian (16+) on a two to one ratio. Actively accompanied means that the Guardian must stay in the water with children and should maintain a constant watch over the children in their care - this means being within arm's reach and able to always provide immediate assistance
  • Children/customers aged 8 and over who are “strong, competent swimmers” can enter the pool unaccompanied.
  • Customers who are weak- or non-swimmers are unable to participate in lane swimming.

Swimwear Guidelines

  • Items of clothing worn in the pool should ideally be designed for use in that particular activity. This means that anything which is deemed unsuitable and does not comply with the criteria below would not be allowed to be worn.
  • The clothing should not offend decency. This means that any items of a material which could go see through (for example boxer shorts or Bermuda shorts) would not be permitted.
  • The clothing should be made from a suitable material. This means anything which may become heavy when water is absorbed such as cotton should not be worn. Items such as this pose a danger to both the wearer and other users by restricting movement. Denim should also not be worn.
  • The clothing should be hygienic. Clothing worn for everyday use should not be worn in the pool, the items should specifically used for swimwear.
  • The clothing should be safe. Anything too baggy which may become tangled with limbs causing difficulties while swimming should not be worn.
  • The clothing should not pose a risk to the wearer or other users. Any items which do not meet the above recommendations should not be allowed in the water.
  • For religions which do not allow the wearer to reveal any of their body there are several items of clothing which have now been designed to be worn specifically by these groups, such as one piece costumes covering most of the body, arms, legs and head.
  • For wearers who wish to keep their head covered, an appropriate piece of swimwear should be used. This can be in the form of a swim cap, or other available garment which allows the user to feel comfortable, not compromise any religious beliefs and keep in line with any health & safety concerns. Items of headwear not complying with any of the other points should not be permitted to be worn in the pool.