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False Bay Club History

Founded in 1959, False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club is one of South Africa’s pioneering lifesaving clubs, with a rich history and strong membership. We were the third club to be founded in Cape Town, after Clifton and Fish Hoek (all in the same year).

Today, we train lifeguards, and do active voluntary lifeguard duty on Sunrise Beach, Muizenberg, Cape Town, preventing drowning incidents while the public enjoy the beach.

False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club hosted the SA National Championships on Muizenberg Beach in 2002.

False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club hosted the SA National Championships on Muizenberg Beach in 2002.

FBSLC Team Photo:
Cape Champs 2001

FBSLC Team Photo: Cape Champs 2001.

Club Captain Raf Bedford with new craft, 2000.

Club Captain Raf Bedford with new craft, 2000.

Gareth Lewis, a previous Club Captain mans the duty radio on Muizenberg Beach, 1998.

Gareth Lewis, a previous Club Captain mans the duty radio on Muizenberg Beach, 1998.

False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club’s Marchpast team on Llandudno Beach 1996.

False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club’s Marchpast team on Llandudno Beach 1996.

South African Boat Race Champions, 1985.

South African Boat Race Champions, 1985.

False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club – members 1963.

False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club – members 1963

False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club – Team photo, 1963.

False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club – Team photo, 1963.

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If you’ve been a member of False Bay Surf Lifesaving Club, then please get in touch with us to share your memories, stories and pictures.
The Clubhouse is always open for visitors, and we enjoy exchanging stories with past clubbies.

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