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Do you dare to take on a challenge?

Are you looking for a versatile sport?

Do you like to exercise outdoors?

Do you want to be able to train in teams as well as individually?

Then you have found the right place!

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  • We welcome all rowers, from beginners to elite rowers and everything in between.

  • ​We have the best view in the world!

  • We are the the only club in Stockholm  that offers a competition group for rowers who want to train at elite level. You will then be coached by our coach Connla Edwards who also trains the svenska U23 national team. Our competition group also includes rowers who train for OS 2024.

  • We have a fantastic mix of both students and non-students and many opportunities to organize or participate in our club.

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Full Season Membership (Valid in 2022)

Aktiva / Ej studerande          _cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_        _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_1300:-

Studerande / Student          _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_         _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_1100:-

Passiva / Non-rowing          _cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_         _cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ 300:-

Ständigt / Permanent          _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_      _cc781905-3194cdebad194c13,000:-

Late Season Membership:
(from the 15th of Aug - 31a by Dec)

Active / Non-students                    800:-

Studerande / Student          _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_         _cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_600:-

The student membership is only valid for full-time students until file. May. respective civil engineering degrees. Doctoral students with doctoral positions or part-time students with a fixed income are thus counted as active members and pay the full membership fee.


Please pay using the following alternatives:

Bank Giro: 5729-0165

Swish: 123 175 68 08

IBAN: SE14 8000 0832 7901 4951 7435
Swedbank AB
Norrmalm Company
Kungsholmstorg 16, 4 Tr
11221 Stockholm

We prefer to avoid cash payments.

If you want more information about membership fees, email our treasurer at:



ARF is always accepting new members. We use the form for member registration. Members will only be registered once the membership fee has been paid.

If you are curious about rowing or our club and would like to get in touch with us, please send us an e-mail. If you have no prior experience of rowing send an e-mail to . Do you already know how to row or have other questions contact us via or


These rules apply to all members of the association and constitute a complement and clarification to the association's statutes.

A member undertakes through his membership to follow the association's statutes and these rules. In the event of serious or repeated violations, the materials manager, rowing director or board may decide on temporarily revoked or reduced rights to use the association's materials.

1. Fees
The membership fee is valid for one year from the time the membership fee has been paid. A member who has paid a membership fee receives a tip from the board that gives access to the boathouse. Blippen is active for one year. Blippen's activity is extended when a new membership fee has been received in the association's account.

Through their membership, each member confirms that the association has the right to keep a membership register with information as above, and that the information may be used in connection with the association's regular activities. This includes, among other things, membership mailings, license management, grant applications, etc. The association undertakes to process personal data with care and not to use data for anything other than the association's core activities without approval.

2. The boathouse
The active members are expected to contribute to keeping the association's boathouses, boats and other equipment in good condition. This means that everyone must ensure that the boathouse's premises are kept clean and everyone must show up on the annual cleaning days. The boathouse superintendent or other person appointed by the board indicates what needs to be done and when.

All active members are responsible for keeping the association's boathouses, other premises and equipment under supervision or locked in accordance with the insurance terms. In addition, lighting, water and heating must be switched off according to the boathouse supervisor's instructions when no one is using the premises.

The party room is a part of the boathouse delimited from the rowing business. At certain times, the rental can mean that activity is conducted outdoors so that it competes for the same spaces. The lease states that the rowing business shall not be disturbed, but the rowers are encouraged to show the greatest possible consideration for the tenant. The premises may be used for meetings related to the association's activities and in consultation with the board or the person appointed to manage the party premises.

The clubhouse is intended for the active well-being and must be kept clean. Crockery and cutlery must be kept separate from the party room and cleaned after use. No clothes may be stored in the changing rooms other than during the training sessions. Belongings without owners may be removed.

3. Rodd
All active people are encouraged to primarily do their training for the general training sessions that are reported on

3.1 Boats and oars
Divided into the following classes:

AA dedicated boats
Boats that are either privately owned or that can only be used by rowers with special approval from the competition rowing manager or material manager.

A racing boats

These boats may only be used by experienced competition rowers who meet the definition below:

A few years' experience of competition in small boats (1x or 2−) or in the current boat type.
Good knowledge of rowing technology, safety, traffic rules and basic material care.
Independently and successfully handle the current boat type in all conditions.
B motion
These boats may be used by less experienced competition rowers and exercisers.

C beginners
These boats can be used by anyone who has basic knowledge of safety, traffic rules and rowing techniques.

Rowers have the right to use boats according to class classification above, or lower. The oars intended for each boat must be used, and the weight class of the boat must be taken into account. For team boats, at least half of the crew must meet the requirements for each class. In case of doubt, the rowing manager decides the class division.

Appropriations for class division of boats can be found on the inside of the boathouse's gates.

3.2 Maintenance of boats and other equipment
All active rowers are expected to contribute to the care and repairs of boats and oars to the best of their ability and in accordance with the Materials Manager's Directive. If an injury occurs, abnormal wear is detected or another circumstance that prevents a boat or other equipment from being fully used is detected, this must be reported immediately to the material manager, and recorded in the relevant journal in the boathouse.

The person who caused the damage is expected, in consultation with the materials manager, to contribute to its remedy.

3.3 Rowing trips
Rowing is only allowed on the waters that the rowing manager has sanctioned. Rowers in small boats are advised not to leave Brunnsviken without the company of an escort boat or other rowing boat.

No rowing is allowed in the dark. Exceptions can be granted for adequate lantern guidance.

Beginners and juniors are only allowed to rest under the supervision of a supervisor.

In cold water, rowing in small boats is forbidden for beginners and less experienced rowers. Experienced rowers are advised not to row during this period. This applies from 1 November to 15 April at the earliest. No rowing is allowed on water where drifting or solid ice risks damaging boats.

Everyone who uses the association's boats alone or during periods of cold water should be able to get into the boat after turning around. This is verified by practical test.

4. Competitions and camps
4.1 Competitions
The competition rowing manager decides on competitions and who is allowed to participate. Registration for the competition is made by the competition rowing manager.

4.2 Training camp
It is the board or the rowing manager who decides on training camps and the forms for these.

4.3 Training and competition clothing
The active pay for their own rowing clothes. The rowing manager instructs which clothes are to be used at the regattas. Official competition attire is the Academic Rowing Association's competition suit with or without a white solid-colored sweater underneath.

5. Other
All activity takes place at your own risk, the association or its representatives can not be held responsible for the actions of an individual member.

The association redeems the license for those who paid the club fee. The license includes a simpler accident insurance collectively taken out with Folksam via the Swedish Rowing Association. For more info about this insurance is available at  

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