About Us

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The City of Salford Trampoline and Gymnastic club was formed over 25 years ago and is one of the top five clubs in Great Britain. Until recently it was an intrinsic part of the city councils sports development programmes. The centre of excellence where we are currently based is a purpose built facility in the Higher Broughton area of Salford.

It was built in 1986 and has had a number of extensions and alterations since. The facility is one of the best and most productive combined Trampoline and Gymnastic centre in the United Kingdom. The Club have operated the centre of excellence independently of the city council for the last three years. The club offers programmes for the whole of Salford community in a wide range of Gymnastic type activities as well as elite level trampolining to athletes from across the North of England. This comprehensive programme includes: World class trampoline coaching, recreational gymnastics and trampoline coaching, pre-school movement education, primary and secondary school curriculum support with GCSE provision, special needs provision for children and adults, comprehensive coaching education programme and hosting national/international competitions, squad and clinics.

The trampoline element of the club is world renowned producing numerous world class and national level athletes. These include:

6th place at the Sydney Olympics 2000
Junior Olympics gold medallist
5 Junior world champions
Senior European gold medallist
European club champions 1997 and 2000
5 Senior British championships
Numerous junior British and Regional champions
The trampoline squad consists of some ninety plus athletes with many competing at national and international level. It is very likely that some of our current athletes will be in contention for the London 2012 Olympics. The centre has regular attendance from five hundred plus customers involved in various activities at all levels.

By approximately June 2011 the club will be moved to a brand new, state of the art, purpose built training facility which is currently under development just off ‘Bury New Road’. The city council is redeveloping Higher Broughton over the next few years and is combining all the local community projects under one roof. The club will have its own separate hall with state of the art equipment, three floor sunken trampolines, six raised trampolines, a pit with DMT and Tumbling facility, Gymnastic floor area and much more. The club is working closely with the city council to build a centre that is capable of training the next National, World and Olympic Champions.

This is an exciting yet sad time for the club as we will be leaving our much loved but old centre and embarking on a new chapter, the club has had many happy years in our current centre with lots of success on and off the trampoline. We hope that the future will contain the same success and will be our home for many years to come.