After swimming school, you can continue with competitive swimming in SS04. You can not sign up for any of these swimming groups, if you are interested in a place please contact us instead.


Our competitive swim program, like the rest of the club, also follows the Swedish Swimming Association's "Simlinje". SS04 wants everyone to get the opportunity to practice swimming and therefore offers many different groups in the sport of swimming. Here on the right you can see the layout to ensure that all members have a place in our association. If you want to read more about what each level means, you will find a description of all the different levels int he dropdown menu under Simsport. In the sport of swimming, there are currently about 500 swimmers, including our masters swimmers. SS04 has a close collaboration with NIU at Solna Gymnasium which is located right next to Vasalundshallen. Our championship swimmers are thus given good opportunities to train both during school hours and in the afternoons with the team.

If you have any questions please contact us!

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Ola Bergengren
Responsible for NIU-Swimming Solna Gymnasium
070-495 26 68

Information regarding NIU swimming at Solna Gymnasium

Information from the Swedish Swimming Association regarding National Sports Education

Selection training

To be admitted to NIU swimming, you must also be approved for
the education of the Swedish Swimming Association. In the event of a large number of applicants, the applicants who have the greatest potential to reach the national elite will be given priority.

If you have questions or want to come and test train, you and your home trainer are welcome to contact us.

About swimming (NIU)

The elite sports specialization (NIU) is based on the student training four to five hours a week during school hours with a focus on individual development.

Today, there are 14 students who go to Solna Gymnasium who have elite sports swimming. This exercise that you do during school hours should be seen as a complement to your regular exercise. You train and compete as usual with your home club.