United Club, Jamshedpur


The United Club, Jamshedpur is the hot bed of sporting and recreational activities. One of the clubs of Jamshedpur that has the largest number of members, the United Club of Jamshedpur entertains its members with numerous facilities like:
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Residential Facilities
  • Swimming Pool
  • Lawn Tennis courts
  • Billiard and Snooker tables
  • Basket Ball courts
  • Card Room
  • Table Tennis facilities
  • Library
  • Cinema shows in the theater hall
Sports lovers have a nice time in United Club, Jamshedpur. Whether one is an outdoor sports freak or an indoor sports buff, the United Club in Jamshedpur has something in store for him. One outstanding facility that the United Club gifts its members is the residential complex within the club premises. The members can rent accommodation in this complex and spent their holiday amidst fun and entertainment.



Last Updated on 24/06/2013

     


     

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