Irvine Swim League
5319 University Drive #302, Irvine 92612
The Irvine Swim League provides a recreational developmental summer swim league for youth who live in Irvine. Emphasis is on water safety, stroke instruction and individual improvement. Practices held daily with swim meets on the weekends. Ages 5 through 18.
14252 Culver Drive #A811, Irvine 92604
Office Hours: Monday to Thursday, 4:30–6 p.m.
The Irvine Novaquatics offers a variety of swimming programs to meet the needs of just about any swimmer. Programs range from pre-competitive and development to the senior level swimmer.
Nova Masters Swimming
Fitness program for adults 18 and older. Technique instruction, training and competition opportunities for competitive pool swimmers, open water and triathletes. Practice times early morning, mid-day and evenings. See the practice calendar for exact times and locations.
Irvine Water Polo Club
At Woollett Aquatics Center
The Irvine Water Polo Club teaches the skills of water polo. They learn head-up swimming, dribbling, passing, shooting and the rules of the game. Practices are held daily with games on the weekends. Teams for participants ages 10 and younger, 12 and younger, and 14 and younger.
North Irvine Water Polo Club
Northwood Aquatics Center
The North Irvine Water Polo Club teaches the skills of water polo. They learn head-up swimming, dribbling, passing, shooting and the rules of the game. Practices are held daily with games on the weekends. Teams for participants ages 10 and younger, 12 and younger, and 14 and younger.
Meraquas of Irvine
Woollett Aquatics Center
Do you love swimming, dancing and gymnastics? Do them all at once while learning an Olympic sport! The Meraquas offer several recreational and competitive synchronized swimming programs for the beginner through the expert swimmer. You and the coaching staff will decide which program is best for you.
Special Olympics Southern California
Special Olympics is an international organization dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition. Special Olympics offers children and adults with intellectual disabilities year-round training and competition.