M1 Swim Club

Joining the M1 Swimming Club enables our members of the Academy to participate in organized competitions at club, district, state, and national level. Swimmers wishing to enter swim meets are required to join the M1 Swimming Club which is affiliated with Swimming Victoria (SV).

To join M1, please choose one of the following competitive swimmer membership fee options for the 2019/2020 Season: (allow 1-2 days for your membership to be activated)

  • 8 years & under: $130* (Mid season $117 from December to May 2020
  • 9 years & over: $160* (Mid Season $129 from December to May 2020)

*Includes Swimming Victoria and Swimming Australia annual fees

Competition calendar
Simply click here for further details

What are the costs involved?
– Annual M1 membership fee (as above)
– M1 club uniform (approx $100 for t-shirt, shorts, and swimming cap)
– Enter and participate in 1-3 competitions each term (cost is approximately $20-40 per competition).

How to join the M1 Swimming Club?
To become a member of M1, go to www.m1swimmingclub.org.au and click on ‘Join M1’ to pay the annual club membership fee.

Where do I buy the M1 Swimming club uniform? 
Swimmers can purchase an M1 swimming cap, M1 polo shirt and M1 shorts from Swimwear Galore by clicking here.

Competitive swimmer fee
Throughout the swimming season, swimmers may attend approximately 20 to 70 hours at swim meets at which our coaches are in attendance. To support the cost of providing coaching staff at nominated meets, an annual competitive levy applies to each squad family who is registered with Swimming Victoria / M1 Swimming Club for the current season.
This payment will take place on September 13th, 2019 or if joining after this date once a swimmer joins the M1 Swimming Club the $200 (reduced to $100 if joining from January to May 2020) will be added to your upcoming direct debit.

Note: Coaches from the Malvern Academy of Swimming and Glen Eira Academy of swimming will be in attendance at nominated meets subject to a minimum number of swimmers entering. Coaches are not responsible for the supervision of swimmers at swim meets. For team trips, the M1 Swimming Club will nominate team managers to supervise swimmers.