Clubs of Jamshedpur

The several well known clubs of Jamshedpur highlight the sporting culture of the city. These Jamshedpur Clubs provide excellent sporting and recreational facilities to its members. Some of the famous Clubs of Jamshedpur are:
  • Beldih Club
  • Golmuri club
  • United Club
  • Bengal Club
  • Tube Makers club
  • G Town Club
  • Telco Club
  • Khalsa Club
  • Bihar Club
  • South India Club
  • Kerala Club
  • Rotary Club
  • Lions Club
These clubs take part in different tournaments and competitions in various games. These clubs provide facilities for the following indoor and outdoor sports:
  • Billiards
  • Lawn Tennis
  • Swimming
  • Cards
  • Squash
  • Golf
  • Basket Ball
  • Table Tennis
  • Flood light Cricket
The recreational and entertainment facilities provided by these clubs are restaurant, bar, swimming pool, library and cinema.

The Beldih Club of Jamshedpur was established in 1922 by the Europeans. The club has been able to retain the old European charm, now mixed with Indian modernity. The club has a sprawling golf course and other fine sporting facilities like tennis court, card room, squash court etc. The Tube Makers club in Jamshedpur is famous for the day and night cricket tournament it organizes. The Golmuri Club has a lush green golf course, which is well served with all golfing facilities.

The Jamshedpur clubs are also involved in social services like organizing free medical camps and blood donation camps. To get information on the Clubs in Jamshedpur, please visit the below mentioned links:

Last Updated on 24/06/2013



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