and Social Club
Located just off the High Street, in the village of Studley, the Studley Sports and Social Club, formerly the Entaco Club, is a busy local community facility. Formed after the Second World War the club was formerly a Social Club for the large Needle Industries Corporation, being passed to village ownership in the early 1990’s. The Club is a thriving facility available for the local community and surrounding areas with many activities taking place there.
All are welcome, it is not a members only club.
Why not hold your next party, meeting or social event at the Studley Sports and Social Club.
You are assured a very enjoyable time!
The Sports Fields
Currently there are five local Football Teams based here, with an emphasis in developing youngsters by Feckenham FC who have small and full-size matches taking place weekly from the Brickyard Lane facility.
Cricket in summer, an excellent well-cared for Bowling Green and two excellent Tennis courts are in regular, all year-round use.
The sports fields are undergoing extensive improvements and under the care of a newly appointed groundsman, they are looking in excellent shape for the future.
The Club and Function Rooms
Inside the Club, the newly refurbished Function Room, which can accommodate well over 100 people, is available for hire for Weddings, Christenings, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funeral wakes, etc.
Regular weekly activities include Line Dancing, Darts, Dominoes, Snooker, Sub Aqua Club meetings, Rifle Shooting and many other local groups use the Club facilities for meetings and events. Anyone interested in joining any of these activities should contact the club.
Both BT Sport and Sky live football and cricket matches are shown in the bar.
17:00 – 00:00
In the past twelve months the club has been very active in raising funds for charities and well over £12,000 has been raised. Many charities benefiting from this fund raising include Macmillan Cancer support, the Studley Flower show, the Lily Mae Foundation, the British Legion and many other local charities, support groups and associations. The club has raised the funds to purchase a Defibrillator, which is now sited externally sited and available for the use of the Club and local residents.