Sundays Well Swimming Club is a Teaching, Competitive and Masters Swimming Club based at the Gus Healy municipal swimming pool in Douglas, Cork City, Ireland.
- To provide comprehensive teaching and coaching facilities and to engage in all aspects of competitive swimming to the highest level.
- To provide a positive and safe environment for all it’s members.
- To foster and develop swimming and to use the same in promoting the development of physical and moral qualities that come from swimming, whether in competition or otherwise.
Sunday’s Well Swimming Club, the ‘Well’, was founded in 1924 in Cork City. The Club celebrated its 75th anniversary in 1999. Historically, the Club has retained a strong competitive orientation based on a solid teaching base and operates on a purely amateur basis.
Club Colours and Coat of Arms: Green, red and white are the colours of all the Sunday’s Well group of clubs. Sundays Well Rugby Club is based at Musgrave Park, while Sunday’s Well Tennis Club is located in the Mardyke across the river Lee from the slopes of the Sundays Well district of the city. The right to use the Arms of City of Cork was granted to Sunday’s Well Swimming Club by Cork Corporation for services rendered to the community. The motto of Cork City is ‘statio bene fide carinis’, which means ‘a safe harbour for ships’.