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Tuesday 7 July 2020

Welcome to the SAC

The Standard Athletic Club is hidden in the forest of Meudon just minutes from the Etoile.

It is Paris's premier International English-speaking Sports and Social Club, the perfect place for all the family to play sports casually or competitively or just relax and enjoy the social life.

If you'd like to know more, just call us on 01 46 26 16 09 or email .

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Coronavirus: COVID-19 latest

The Clubhouse is now open.
Members will be expected to comply with the Club's Covid 19 charter for the maximum safety of their fellow members and staff.
Please wear a mask when inside the clubhouse except when seated. Maintain a distance of at least 1m from other people. Please don't use the changing rooms unless going to the pool.
Access to the grounds remains subject to restrictions: doubles play in tennis is allowed, as are picnics and gatherings of fewer than 10 people (including children).

Our old friends Bill and co brought their Marly team to Meudon on Sunday. More precisely, they brought nine of their team; the rest of the squad were held up in traffic and didn’t make it. As SAFC were thirteen, your correspondent and Ian Hellawell (were) volunteered to don the blue shirts (a bit itchy) of Marly. Shorn at a stroke of decades of experience, the SAC side were all at sea for most of the match. However, two fortunate goals later, SAC were two up. The first, a close range (not to say off-side) strike from Tariq and a looping header from James Grant. Marly’s young, mobile midfield sprang into action and it was 2-2 at half time. The second half started well for SAC. A badly cleared corner fell to James who stuck away his second of the match. Marly dominated the rest of the proceedings, hitting the woodwork on several occasions but could only score a single, equalizing goal. And SAC could and should have had the winner. Your correspondent tried to pull out of a challenge on Diego Meillassoux in the penalty area but the latter went sprawling and the referee blew for a spot kick. Following a rigorous exchange of views between Diego and James, it was finally the latter who ran up to the ball and….nearly sent it into the swimming pool. So it ended 3-3; a fair result for a well-fought match played in good spirit.

 

Coming soon

01 Jul 2020
Golf Summer Eclectic
06 Jul 2020
Tennis Camp
12 Jul 2020
Tennis Tournament Registration Deadline
13 Jul 2020
Tennis Camp
16 Jul 2020
Tennis Tournament
12 Sep 2020
Golf Autumn Vase
13 Sep 2020
03:00PM -
AGM
18 Sep 2020
Golf Weekend at Vaugouard
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