Club Posts

Stay connected with your fellow club members by creating posts that include photos, routes to explore, recent activities, and more.

Creating a Post

Share activities, events, and routes directly to your club feed by tapping the share icon and selecting the club you wish to post to. On the next screen, you’ll have the option to add a title and description before publishing.

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On the Strava website, select Clubs from the Explore drop-down menu. Open the club in which you wish to share, navigate to the Posts tab, and select Create a Post.

On the Strava mobile app, tap Groups > Clubs. Open the club in which you wish to share. You can post something from the club’s main page or by opening the Posts tab, tapping the plus sign icon, and selecting the option to Post.

On the next screen, enter a title, description, and photos. Add as many photos as you'd like and choose your highlight image by tapping the three dots under the desired image and selecting Set as Highlight photo. Your description can include links to the following, if you haven’t added any photos, the links will automatically expand to include visualizations and details:

    • Events: Link to any upcoming events in any Club you belong to.
    • Routes: Link to any public route.
    • Activity: Link to any activity (note that activity links will respect the activity’s privacy controls.)

Elect whether to share your post with any additional clubs. Recent posts will appear in club members’ home feeds, the club's posts section, and the club's activity feed. Please note that not all viewers of the post may be able to see the content shared in it. Any shared activities, routes, or events will respect the content owner’s privacy controls.

Manage Posts

Mute: If you do not want to see posts from a specific club in your feed, you can mute posts from individual clubs:

    • From the mobile app, find a post in your feed from the club and tap the three-dot icon. Select the option to Mute Posts From Club Members. You may need to pull down on your feed to refresh it before the posts are hidden.
    • From the website, find a post in your feed from the club and click the down arrow icon. Select Mute Posts from Club Members and select your reason for muting the club.

Any changes made will be applied to both the web and mobile feeds. Be aware that you will still see posts from the club’s admin and owners in your feed.

You can un-mute a club from the mobile app. Open the relevant club from the Groups tab then tap the settings icons in the upper right on the next screen. Tap All Posts under the “Posts in Home Feed” section.

Delete: Club admins can delete any posts that are added to their club. If you're a club member, you can only delete posts that you have published. First, open the post you wish to delete by tapping it in the feed. Tap the three-dot icon, and select Delete. You will then be prompted to confirm the deletion of the post.

Report: To report a post, first open the post you wish to report by tapping or clicking on the post in the feed. Tap the three-dot icon, select Report, and your reason for reporting from the list of options to submit your report for review.

Information for Shared Content Owners

If you would like to exclude content from being visible if shared in a club post you may do so by adjusting the privacy controls of the content:

    • Activities: Update your activity privacy controls to “Followers” or “Only You.”
    • Routes: Mark your route as private.
    • Events: Members-only club events can only be shared by club members.


I’m trying to view a club post but I see a message that says “This content is not available.”

Content shared in club posts may have been deleted or may have restricted visibility, and not all viewers of the post may be able to see the content shared in it. Learn more information about Strava’s Privacy Controls.

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