LEANDER CLUB IS OPEN

7.30am – 11pm Wednesday – Saturday  |  8.00am – 4pm Sunday

Members can now use the Club as normal – for coffee, meetings, work, drinks & dining

Dining times

Breakfast weekdays 7am to 9am (weekends 8am to 10.30am)   |    Lunch 12.00 to 2pm   |   Dinner 6.30pm to 9pm

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New Members welcome

Our next event for Members & their guests …

Saturday 13th November – Annual Club Dinner

We are pleased to announce that the Annual Club Dinner will take place this year at Leander Club. We will be joined by Ben Hunt-Davis, who is our guest speaker for the evening. Tickets £45 each. Bookings open on 5th October. Learn more here

See all upcoming events here

Leander Annual Club Dinner
THE REGATTA ROOM

The Clubhouse

We encourage staff, Members & their guests to conitinue to wear masks when inside the building and moving around. Please use the QR code on entry & do not visit the Club if you are feeling unwell

All outdoor food & drinks can now be ordered directly at the bar

WE ARE GIVING OUR MEMBERS MORE …

While remaining true to our heritage and culture, we want our Members to enjoy greater benefits from belonging to Leander Club. So we’re introducing more ways to enjoy our food, social spaces and hospitality. We have a programme of ‘events & music’ for Members and their guests and we are open for B&B accommodation

Check out our ‘What’s on’ page & see the latest weekly and special events

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THE WORLD’S PREMIER ROWING CLUB

“With a reputation for good oarsmanship, good fellowship and sporting excellence, we are committed to the recruitment and nurturing of rowing talent and the development of world-class athletes.”

Founded in 1818, Leander Club is a private Members’ club that boasts an unsurpassed record in rowing achievements. It is home to heroes such as Sir Steve Redgrave CBE, Sir Matthew Pinsent CBE, triple gold medallist Peter Reed OBE & double gold medallists James Cracknell OBE, Steve Williams OBE, and Alex Gregory MBE, as well as the champions of tomorrow

We also welcome bookings for private events from non-Members

our history

  • 1818 – Leander Club is founded on the Tideway
  • 1831 – Leander defeats Oxford in a race from Hambleden Lock to Henley Bridge
  • 1860 – Club moves to Putney
  • 1866 – Club builds first boat house at Putney
  • 1897 – Club purchases land in Henley on Thames and begins new Clubhouse construction
  • 1908 – first Olympic medal won (pictured)
  • 1998 – Membership is opened to women

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