Clubs on the iPhone App

Access Strava Clubs on the mobile app to connect with athletes like you and organize group activities

  • Accessing and searching for Clubs
  • Club page overview
  • Managing Club members
  • Joining and leaving Clubs
  • FAQs 

Accessing Clubs

Access Clubs by tapping the "Explore" tab. 

  • On the Clubs landing page, you'll see Featured and Popular Clubs Near You in the Explore section.
  • Your Clubs can be viewed by accessing your Profile.

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Club Page Overview

Activity Summary

The number of members in a Club, total Club activities for the week, and the number of Club discussions are visible at the top of the page. Tapping these numbers will take you to the member list, Club activity feed, and Club discussion page, respectively.

To search for a Club, tap the magnifying glass at the top of the Clubs landing page. On the next screen, you’ll have the ability to enter the Club name, in addition to specifying its location and sport type. If no location is entered, your current location will be used to complete the search. Clubs near you will be surfaced below the search box.



We’re excited to offer a new way to visualize how your weekly efforts compare to your clubmates’. Clubs with 500 members or fewer will have a scatterplot that displays members’ efforts based on two metrics. These metrics will vary depending on the Club sport type.

Cycling Clubs will display efforts on the scatterplot based on distance vs. elevation, Running Clubs will use distance vs. average pace, and Triathlon and Other Clubs will use time vs. number of activities.


Below the scatterplot you will see statistics for your Club:

  • Cycling Clubs will feature total Club miles for the week at the top, followed by the greatest distance and elevation gain a member has recorded for the week.
  • Running Clubs will also display total Club miles for the week, in addition to the leading distance and time.
  • Triathlon and Other Clubs will show the total Club activity time for the week, followed by the leading activity time and the greatest number of activities recorded by one member for the week.

For Clubs without a scatterplot, this information, in addition to your personal weekly activity totals, will appear directly below the member, activity, and discussion statistics.


All Clubs will feature a leaderboard that can be accessed by tapping “View Leaderboard” under the Club’s weekly statistics. The leaderboard will feature the top 10 athletes for the week. If you are not ranked in the top 10, you can see your current standing by scrolling below the top 10. The two athletes ahead of you and behind you will also be displayed.



The three most recent Club Posts can be viewed at the bottom of any Club page. To view all Club Posts, tap on “View All Posts.” To create a new post, tap the post icon on the top right of the Club page. On the next screen, enter a title, description, and photos. Add as many photos as you like and choose your highlight image by tapping the three dots under the desired image and selecting 'Set as highlight photo.' As long as you've entered a title and a description you can push the Publish button. The post will appear in the Club's post section and activity feed. Posts created as the Club by the Club Owner or Administrator(s) will appear in the activity feeds of all Club members.

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To edit your own published post, tap the three dots in the upper right-hand corner of the screen to reveal the option to 'Edit.' 

Reporting Posts

To report a post, tap the same three dots and select 'Report.' Select your reason for reporting from the list of options to submit your report for review 

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Club Events

Any upcoming club events can be viewed at the bottom of the Club page.

Club owners and admins can create new events and edit existing events. To create a new event, you’ll be required to enter a title, start date and start time. You’ll have to the option to add a meeting point by dragging and dropping a pin or typing in a location. You can also select a route from your list of public routes to add to the event.

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All RSVP’d athletes will receive an event notification 24 hours before the start time of the event. Push notifications can be configured from your settings on the mobile app and email notifications can be configured on the website.

Managing Club Members

Owners and administrators of invite-only Clubs have the ability to manage Club join requests and existing members. An orange dot next to the athlete count on the Club details page will indicate that there are pending requests to join your club. Tap on the member count to review the athlete's requesting to join and 'Accept' or 'Decline' the requests. You can enable push notifications for requests to join your Club from the Strava app settings.


Club admins can manage existing members from the member list. Tap on the three dots next to a member's name to remove the member from the club or promote the member to admin. Existing admins can be denoted to members, promoted to owners or removed.


Joining and Leaving Clubs

To join a public Club, access the Club page and tap on "Join Club". To join an invite-only Club, your join request will first need to be approved by the Club administrator. The join button will change to "Pending" until your request has been approved.

To leave a Club you're currently a member of, navigate to the Club's page in the app, tap the arrow next to 'Joined' and select the option to Leave Club.


Can I create or edit a Club on the mobile app?

You will still need to log into your account via the Strava website in order to create and edit Clubs.

Where are my Club Announcements?

Announcements are not available on Clubs for iOS.

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