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Welcome to Vincent's Club


Opening dates and times


Vincent’s Club is now closed until the Monday of 0th Week, the 10th January 2022, when we will again be open for lunches from Monday to Saturday, and booked dinners. However, private dinners and conferences may still be held during this time; please email steward@vincents.org with your enquiry.

The Club has been able to maintain itself and reopen for certain periods in the past two years thanks to the generosity of its alumni members. We are immensely grateful for this support.

Alumni members and reciprocal club members should feel free to contact the the Steward, steward@vincents.org, for reservations and to check availability. We look forward to seeing you soon.

A message from Miles Weatherseed, President 2021/22

Vincent’s Club still stands as the pinnacle of sport at Oxford since its conception in 1863. It brings together the very best from the sporting world at Oxford in a space that defies the boundaries of colleges and sport teams. In recent years, the Club has continued to move from strength to strength, with a diverse membership and expanding outreach and scholarship programmes to help the truly talented reach their maximum potential. The Club will forever be a home for its members and a welcoming space for their guests.

Our Clubhouse at 1A King Edward’s Street offers an upscale and perfectly located venue for informal lunches, drinks and dinners and larger scale events. We hope to see you up there soon!

Please note, Vincent's membership is awarded through referral and election by existing members. Feel free to reach out to our membership secretaries if you have any questions about this process.

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