Ibadan Recreation Club

The Ibadan Recreation Club (1902), formally called Ibadan European Club holds a Registration Certificate No. 40 of 1930. In the year 1950, the Ibadan European Club became the Ibadan Recreation Club. Later, in the year 2002, through an amendment to the constitution, the Ibadan Recreation Club became the Ibadan Recreation Club (1902). The emergence of […]

Ikeja Golf Club

Ikeja Golf Club was founded in 1968 by some prominent Nigerians and Expatriates amongst who were: Mr. A. O. Sandey, then Commercial Manager of Nigerian Airways; Major Dickson, then Airport Commandant; Air Cdre Dan Suleiman, then Commanding Officer Nigeria Air Force Base, Pfizer, Bobby Benson and Felix Ibru. Others were Chief A. Sandey, Mrs. Alakija, […]

IBB International Golf & Country Club


IBB International Golf and Country Club is a prestigious recreational and tourist facility located off Aso drive in the city of Abuja, Nigeria. Named after the former military President of Nigeria, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, the club ranks as one of the best golf courses in Africa and is reputed to be one of the most […]

Ikoyi Club 1938


Ikoyi Club 1938 was established on September 29, 1938, through the merger of the European Club and Lagos Golf Club. The incorporation was entrusted to three nominated trustees namely: Sir Donald Kingdom, Henry Stewart, and David Duncan Gibb. The European Club was first located on the site of what was later known as the Ikoyi […]

Lagos Yacht Club

The Lagos Yacht Club, located at Magazine Point, near the Army Officers’ Mess on the beautiful Island of Lagos in Nigeria, was founded in 1932. The Club is located right across Independence Bridge leading to Victoria Island. Magazine Point was an ideal location for a sailing club not only because of its picturesque scenery but […]

Lagos Motor Boat Club

The Lagos Motor Boat Club is a members only boat club founded on the 23rd of January, 1950. It is recognized as one of the most prestigious Clubs in Nigeria. As the Club looks forward to the future, it is important to remind ourselves of its origins. Like all social organizations, it has its ups […]

Eko Club

Eko Club was founded in 1974 and was formally launched in May 1975. The formation of the club was rooted in the early days of Eko as Lagos Island is often referred to. The popular games around the time were either in-door or out-door such as Ogo, Ise, Ayo, Draught, Card Games. The formation of Boys’ […]

Lagos Country Club


Lagos Country Club was founded on August 3 1949. The original site of the Club was the hanger of the Royal Air Force by the West African Airways Corporation (WAAC) owned by Anglophone West African Countries of Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone and the Gambia. Upon independence of Nigeria in October 1960, WAAC was changed to […]

Lagos Polo Club

The Lagos Polo Club was established in 1904. It was introduced by British Naval Officers and was played on an airstrip that was shared between the Lagos Polo Club and the Ikoyi Club. It was most probably made up of a playing field and temporary movable tents and the horses were most probably stabled in […]

Yoruba Tennis Club

Yoruba Tennis Club started out in 1926 with the name Orelodun Tennis Club75, at Tokunboh Street, Lagos. It was born out of the discriminatory tendencies of the Colonial lords who segregated themselves into exclusive Clubs to which no Nigerian (or African) was considered fit for admission no matter his or her attainment in the academic […]

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