Welcome to The Albany Club

The Albany Club is the hub of the Earlsdon community bringing you sport on TV, live music, Club & Social Events meetings & clubs, something for everyone! Come along and join us in a safe, warm and friendly environment that’s great for the whole family.

Latest News

CLUB IS FULLY OPEN

In accordance with Government guidelines the club IS NOW open for "normal" business.

Wearing of masks and social distancing will now be at the discretion of individuals. The Club continues to be cautious and recommends the use of masks in close contact situations and regular washing and sanitising of hands. Queueing at the bar for service will be allowed however standing at the bar will be discouraged and we ask all customers to follow our recommendations. The pool table has returned to its regular spot in the bar and customers are allowed to sit wherever they please.

THE RETURN OF LIVE ENTERTAINMENT?

In what will surely be good news for all you foot tappers and shunters, our resident DJ "Shanksy" will be appearing every Saturday from 31st July at 8:00pm. As always, entry is free for members and £2 for guests. If the numbers and attendances stack up, we could be seeing the return of live bands during August! Watch this space folks...

TREVOR GROOM MEMORIAL DAY

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On Friday 20th August we will be having a day in celebration of the life of one of the Club's best loved members and employees, Trevor Groom who served as Secretary and Treasurer for over 30 years. Members discount will be applied to all drinks, so come along, pay your respects and raise a glass (or two) to Trev!

MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS

Renewals are now extended until the end of July. The Club needs the membership subscriptions and ask that all members renew where possible. From August you will be asked for your card either on entering the club or at the bar to show that you have renewed for 2021.

Members who miss the 31 July deadline can expect a £5 late renewal fee on top of the usual fee and removal of all club priviligies and the de-activation of car park and entry fobs until paid up. If you have missed the deadline, you may see the Secretary during office hours. Neither Committee Members or Barstaff can help with this!

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Becoming a New Member

New memberships are being taken NOW

In accordance with the rules of the Club, both men and women over the age of 18 can now become full members of the Club subject to approval.

Following a groundbreaking decision at a recent CIU conference, women are at last given equal opportunities in membership.

The easiest way to join is by calling into the Club and asking the barstaff for an application form, or you can download a couple in jpg file format if you click on the link below and print it from your computer.

You will need two existing members signatures, one to propose you and the other to second you.

Download a Membership Application Form here

Then simply return your form along with £10.20 for your annual subscription and £10 joining fee (£20.00 returnable if application is unsuccessful) to the Club Secretary, or hand it in at the bar.

Your name will then be posted on the notice board in the foyer for a period of 2 weeks. Provided there have been no objections to you becoming a member, you may then collect your club cards from the Secretary. You will have a period of 2 months from the date of your application to collect your club cards. Failure to do so will result in you having to re-apply and forfeiting your advancement of subscriptions.

You may then also become an affiliate member of the C.I.U. if you wish (additional subscriptions apply).

Processing typically takes 2 or 3 weeks.


Bank Holidays and Xmas subject to change

10 Earlsdon Street, Coventry CV5 6EG


The Albany Club is a Private Members Club and access is not always guaranteed. We reserve the right to refuse entry without giving a reason or explanation. Shows, bands and events may sometimes be cancelled at short notice due to circumstances out of our control. Please check before setting out or when travelling long distances.