Clubs that call CSSC home...
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"Our football club offers the opportunity for children of all ages to enjoy and play the nation’s favourite game in a positive, yet competitive environment.
Swiss Valley Rangers FC was formed in April 2000 and currently fields teams ranging from under sixes through to under eighteens. Our catchment area covers the Gordano Valley including Portishead, Clevedon and Tickenham.
The Club encourages mixed teams at mini soccer level up to the age of ten with progression into both girls and boys teams."
"England Athletics National Development Club of the Year 2011 & South West Club of the Year 2018, North Somerset AC successfully competes in the Avon, National Young Athletes and in the Gwent Cross Country League. Training sessions take place in Clevedon, Nailsea, Weston-super-Mare and Ashton Court.
Our mission is to deliver a professional and positive environment that provides opportunities for athletes of all abilities, ages and backgrounds to be the best they can within the sport of Athletics. We aim to create a vibrant, safe and enjoyable experience for all our members and to encourage healthy active lifestyles."
"If you live in North Somerset and enjoy playing hockey, then why not join
Clevedon Ladies Hockey Club.
We have a senior team competing in the in Regional Brunel League Division 2.
For those who want to play hockey all year round, we also organise a Summer League. These matches take place on either Tuesday or Wednesday evenings at Clevedon School Sports Centre."
Clevedon feathers Badminton Club
"We originally formed in 1972 and celebrated our 40th Birthday in March 2012. We are one of the few clubs that play all year round, during the summer too.
We welcome new members who will hopefully help us celebrate the next 40 years. After starting in Division 9 of the North Somerset Badminton League in 1975, a series of promotions eventually took the Feathers to Division 1 and they won the title during the 1990s."