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This is a list of gentlemen's clubs in Londonmarker, Englandmarker, including those no longer functioning and some which are fictional.

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Current Gentlemen's Clubs



Current Gentlemen's Clubs
Name Established Clubhouse location Located at current clubhouse since Affiliation Women admitted as full members since Maximum entry fee/ maximum subscription, as of 2009 Current Royal Patron Website
Alpine Club 1857 8 St Martin's Place, near Trafalgar Squaremarker (19th century); 55-56 Charlotte Road, Shoreditchmarker (current) 1991 Mountaineering ? Entry: £0Sub: £60 Duke of Edinburgh [54215]
Army and Navy Clubmarker 1838 36-39 Pall Mallmarker 1955 Army and Navy officers No women members permitted Entry: £0Sub: £375 The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Duke of Kent [54216]
Arts Club 1863 Hanover Square (19th century); 40 Dover Streetmarker (current) 1896 The Arts 1946 Entry: £550Sub: £550 Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales [54217]
The Athenaeummarker 1824 107 Pall Mallmarker 1830 The Arts, Literature, and the Church 2002 Entry: c.£1,000Sub: c.£1,000 None [54218]
Authors' Club 1891 40 Dover Streetmarker, sharing the premises of the Arts Club 1976 Literature 1946 Entry: £550Sub: £550 None None
Beefsteak Club 1876 9 Irving Street, near Leicester Squaremarker 1876 Social No women members permitted Entry:?Sub: £450 None None
Boodle'smarker 1762 28 St James's Streetmarker 1782 Aristocratic; Tory No women members permitted Entry:?Sub:? None None
Brooks's 1764 60 St James's Streetmarker 1778 Aristocratic; Whig No women members permitted Entry:?Sub:? None None
Buck's Club 1919 18 Clifford Street, Mayfairmarker 1919 Social No women members permitted Entry:?Sub: £1,400 None None
Caledonian Club 1891 Charles II Street, near St James's Square (1891-1917; 33 St James's Square (1917-1946); 9 Halkin Street, Belgraviamarker (current) 1946 Scottish Women only admitted as 'associate members', without voting rights Entry: £750Sub: £950 None [54219]
Canning Club, formerly the Argentine Club 1911 4 St James's Square, sharing the premises of the Naval and Military Club 1999 Social; forging close links with Latin American countries, Spain, and Portugal ? Entry:?Sub:? The Queen None
Carlton Clubmarker 1832 94 Pall Mallmarker (1835-1941); 69 St James's Streetmarker (current) 1943 Political; Conservative; Tory 2008 Entry: £900Sub: £1,140 None [54220]
Cavalry and Guards Club, formerly the Cavalry Club, with a merger with the Guards Club since 1976 1810 (as the Guards' Club; 1890 (as the Cavalry Club); 1976 (as a merged club) 127 Piccadillymarker 1908 Cavalry and Guards regiments No women members permitted Entry:?Sub:? Duke of Edinburgh, Duke of Kent [54221]
Chelsea Arts Club 1891 143 Old Church Street, Chelseamarker ? The Arts ? Entry: £150Sub: £454 None [54222]
City Livery Club 1914 Victoria Embankmentmarker (1914-1923); Bow Lane, Cheapsidemarker, (1923-1927); The Chapter House, St Paul's Churchyard (1927-1940); Butcher's Hall, Bartholomew's Close (1941-1944); Victoria Embankmentmarker (1944-1996); Insurance Hall, Aldermanbury (1996-2003); 38 St Mary Axemarker (current) 2003 The Citymarker No women members permitted Entry:?Sub:? Duke of Edinburgh [54223]
City of London Club 1832 19 Old Broad Street, City of Londonmarker (since 1834) 1834 City professions No women members permitted ? Duke of Edinburgh [54224]
City University Club 1895 50 Cornhillmarker 1895 The Citymarker, University graduates ? Entry: £0Sub: £845 None [54225]
Civil Service Club 1953 Great Scotland Yard 1953 Civil Service ? Entry: £0Sub: £48 The Queen [54226]
Commonwealth Club, founded as the Empire Club 1868 25 Northumberland Avenuemarker 1885 Originally for enthusiasts of the British Empire, now the headquarters of the Royal Commonwealth Society ? Entry: £200Sub: £280 None [54227]
East India Clubmarker, or the East India, Devonshire, Sports and Public Schools' Club, to give its full name 1849 16 St James's Square 1849 Originally for East India Company veterans, now primarily aligned with the public schools, since a 1972 merger with the Public Schools Club No women members permitted Entry: £850Sub: £850 None [54228]
Eccentric Club 1781 (original Eccentric Club); later refounded in 1858, 1890, and most recently 2008 40 Dover Streetmarker,sharing the premises of the Arts Club 2009 Social; eccentricity; philanthropy 1984 Entry:?Sub:? Duke of Edinburgh [54229]
Farmers Club 1842 3 Whitehall Courtmarker 1942 Agriculture and landowning No women members permitted Entry: £240Sub: £310 The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Duke of Gloucester, Countess of Wessex [54230]
Flyfishers' Club 1884 69 Brook Streetmarker, sharing the premises of the Savile Club ? Flyfishing ? Entry:?Sub:? Prince of Wales None
Garrick Club 1831 35 King Street, Covent Gardenmarker (early in its history); 15 Garrick Street, Covent Gardenmarker (current) 1864 The Arts and Theatre No women members permitted Entry: c.£1,000Sub: c.£1,000 Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales [54231]
Hurlingham Clubmarker 1869 Ranelagh Gardens, Fulhammarker 1869 Sports ? Entry:?Sub:? Duke of Edinburgh [54232]
Irish Club 1950 Eaton Squaremarker, Belgraviamarker (1950-2003); 2-4 Tudor Street, Blackfriarsmarker (Current) 2009 Irish nationals or ancestry ? Entry: £150Sub: £450 None [54233]
Lansdowne Club 1935 9 Fitzmaurice Place, near Berkeley Squaremarker 1935, from the remaining third of a mostly-demolished house Social 1935 Entry: £425Sub: £660 None [54234]
London Sketch Club 1898 7 Dilke Street, Chelseamarker ? Sketch artists No women members permitted Entry:?Sub:? None [54235]
Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) 1787 Lords Cricket Groundmarker, St John's Woodmarker 1814 Cricket 1998 Entry:?Sub:? The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh [54236]
National Club 1845 1 Whitehall Gardens; sharing premises of the Carlton Club (current) ? Protestantism and "the Protestant principles of the constitution" No women members permitted ? ? ?
National Liberal Clubmarker 1882 Northumberland Avenuemarker (1882-7, and 1916-9 while the clubhouse was requisitioned in World War I); 1 Whitehall Placemarker, (current) 1887 Political; Liberal 1978 Entry: £265Sub: £525 None [54237]
Naval Club, formerly the RNVR (Auxiliary Patrol) Club (1919-1946), later the RNVR Club (1946-1969) 1919 38 Hill Street, Mayfairmarker 1946 Royal Naval and Royal Naval Reserve officers ? Entry: £150Sub: £360 None [54238]
Naval & Military Clubmarker 1862 22 Hanover Square (mid-19th century); 94 Piccadillymarker (1870s-1999); 4 St James's Square (current) 1999 Army and Navy officers ? Entry:?Sub:? Duke of Edinburgh, Duke of Kent [54239]
Den Norske Klub 1887 4 St James's Square (current), sharing the premises of the Naval and Military Club 1999 Norwaymarker ? Entry: £0Sub: £85 H.M. King Harald [54240]
New Cavendish Club 1920 28 Cavendish Squaremarker (1920-1959); 44-48 Great Cumberland Place, Fitzroviamarker (current) 1959 Originally a Ladies-only club for veteran nurses of the Voluntary Aid Detachment of World War I; now social 1920 (Originally Ladies-only; now Ladies and Gentlemen) Entry: £175Sub: £295 None [54241]
Oriental Clubmarker 1824 18 Hanover Square (1824-1962); 11 Stratford Place, Fitzroviamarker (current) 1962 Founded for East India Company veterans; now social ? Entry: £820Sub: £820 None [54242]
Oxford and Cambridge Clubmarker (1830-1971), and (2001-present); also called the United Oxford and Cambridge Club (1971-2001) immediately after its merger with the United University Club 1821 (as the United University Club); 1830 (as the Oxford and Cambridge Club); 1971 (as a merged club) 71-76 Pall Mallmarker 1837 Graduates of Oxfordmarker and Cambridgemarker 1996 Entry: £900Sub: £900 Duke of Edinburgh, Duke of Gloucester [54243]
Portland Club, formerly the Stratford Club before 1825 c.1815 94 Piccadillymarker (sharing the premises of the Naval and Military Club between 1969 and the 1990s); 69 Brook Streetmarker (current), sharing the premises of the Savile Club 1990s Cards ? Entry:?Sub:? None None
Pratt's 1857 14 Park Place, St James'smarker 1857 Aristocratic No women members permitted Entry:?Sub:? None None
Queen's Clubmarker 1886 Palliser Road, Hammersmithmarker ? Sports ? Entry:?Sub:? Duchess of Gloucester [54244]
Reform Clubmarker 1836 104-105 Pall Mallmarker 1841 Originally political (Liberal), now social. Members must still sign a declaration agreeing to the principles of the 1832 Reform Act. 1981 Entry: ?Sub: ? Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall [54245]
Roehampton Club 1901 Roehampton Lane, Claphammarker 1901 (site); 1960s (buildings) Sports ? Entry:?Sub:? None [54246]
Royal Air Force Clubmarker 1917 128 Piccadillymarker 1922 RAF officers ? Entry: £200Sub: £200 The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Duke of Kent, Prince William, Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Alexandra [54247]
Royal Anglo-Belgian Clubmarker 1942 Belgrave Squaremarker (1942-1978); 60 Knightsbridgemarker, sharing the premises of the Royal Thames Yacht Club 1978 Belgiummarker ? Entry: £140Sub: £328 None [54248]
Royal Automobile Clubmarker 1897 89-91 Pall Mallmarker 1911 Automobile enthusiasts ? Entry: £2,600Sub: £1,125 The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh [54249]
Royal Ocean Racing Club 1925 20 St James's Streetmarker 1942 Yachting enthusiasts ? Entry:£109Sub:£219 The Queen [54250]
Royal Over-Seas League, formerly the Over-Seas Club 1910 4 Park Place, St James'smarker 1960 Travel enthusiasts ? Entry: £263Sub: £263 None [54251]
Royal Thames Yacht Clubmarker 1775 7 Albemarle Streetmarker (19th century); 60 Knightsbridgemarker (current) late 1940s Yachting enthusiasts ? Entry:?Sub:? Duke of Edinburgh, Duke of Kent, Princess Royal, Duke of York [54252]
St Stephen's Club 1870 Bridge Street, Westminstermarker (19th century); 34 Queen Anne's Gate, near St James's Parkmarker (current) 1962 Political; Conservative No women members permitted Entry:?Sub:? None [54253]
Savage Clubmarker 1857 Various, currently in a ground floor room of the premises of the National Liberal Club at 1 Whitehall Placemarker 1990 The Arts, science and law No women members permitted Entry: £500Sub: £654 None [54254]
Savile Clubmarker 1868 106 Piccadillymarker (1882-1917); 69 Brook Streetmarker (current) 1927 The Arts and Sciences No women members permitted Entry: £250Sub: £965 None [54255]
Sloane Club 1976 52 Lower Sloane Street, Chelseamarker 1976 Social - formerly the Service Women's Club and the Helena Club 1976 Entry: £750Sub: £495 None [54256]
Special Forces Club 1946 8 Herbert Crescent, Knightsbridgemarker 1946 Current and former members of the British secret service, and the special forces The Club's founder members were women and both male and female members have been permitted since its establishment in 1946. Entry: c.£250Sub: £250 Princess Royal None
Travellers Clubmarker 1819 12 Waterloo Place, near Pall Mallmarker (1819-1821); 49 Pall Mallmarker (1821-1827); 106 Pall Mallmarker (current) 1827 Travel enthusiasts - members must have travelled to a destination more than 500 miles from London No women members permitted Entry:?Sub: £1,100 HRH The Duke of Edinburgh [54257]
Turf Club 1861 Bennett Street, Piccadillymarker (1861-1965), 5 Carlton House Terracemarker (current) 1965 Aristocratic, social primarily sports and cards No women members permitted Entry:?Sub:? None None
University Women's Clubmarker, originally the University Club for Ladies (Ladies only) 1887 31 New Bond Street (1887-1909); later 34 George Street, near Hanover Square; later South Audley Street, Mayfairmarker; later 2 Audley Square, Mayfairmarker (current) 1921 University graduates 1887 - Ladies only Entry: £150Sub: £485 None [54258]
Victory Services Club 1907 63-79 Seymour Street, Fitzroviamarker ? Army, Navy and Air Force personnel - officers and enlisted ? Entry: £0Sub: £20 None [54259]
White'smarker 1693 37-38 St James's Streetmarker 1778 Aristocratic; Tory No women members permitted Entry:?Sub:? None None


Defunct or merged clubs

Defunct or merged clubs
Name Established Clubhouse location(s) Affiliation Fate
1900 Club 1900 ? Social Closed in mid-20th century
1920 Club 1920 2 Whitehall Court Political; Liberal Closed in 1923
Albemarle Club (Ladies and Gentlemen) 1874 13 Albemarle Streetmarker (from 1874); 37 Dover Streetmarker (by the 1910s) Social Closed
Aldwych Club 1910 1 Aldwychmarker Social Closed
Alexandra Club (Ladies and Gentlemen) Late 19th century? 12 Grosvenor Street, near Grosvenor Squaremarker Social ?
Alfred Club 1808 13 Albemarle Streetmarker Aristocratic Closed
Almack's Club (Ladies and Gentlemen) 1765 King Street, St James'smarker (1765-1867) Social; especially card games Closed in1867; a 'refounded' Almack's operated from 1908 to 1961
American Club 1919 95 Piccadillymarker Americanmarker Closed in the 1980s
Argentine Club 1910 ? Social Later became the present-day Canning Club
Arthur's 1827 69 St James's Streetmarker Social; non-political Closed in 1940. Building later taken over by the Carlton Club; ironic, given its avowedly non-political membership.
Bachelors' Club Early 20th century? ? Bachelors Closed
Badminton Club ? 100 Piccadillymarker Sports; the club offered badminton courts Closed by the end of World War I
Bath Club 1894 34 Dover Streetmarker (1894-1941); 74 St James's Streetmarker (1950-1959); 43 Brook Streetmarker (1959-1981) Sports; the club offered a swimming pool Original clubhouse bombed in the Blitz. Relocated club closed in 1981
Beaconsfield Club 1880 66-68 Pall Mallmarker (1880-1887) Political; Conservative Closed circa 1887/1888; Clubhouse taken over by the Unionist Club
Berkeley Club Late 19th century? 4 Grafton Street, near Berkeley Squaremarker Field sports Closed
Burlington Fine Arts Club 1866 177 Piccadillymarker (1866-1869); 17 Savile Rowmarker (1869-1952) The Arts Closed in 1952
Cavalry Club 1890 127 Piccadillymarker Cavalry officers Merged with the Guards' Club in 1976 to form the present Cavalry and Guards Club
Chandos Club Late 19th century? Langham Place, near Regent Streetmarker "Members of the three professions (divinity, law and medicine), civil engineer officers of Her Majesty's forces, and civilians of position." Closed
City Carlton Club 1868 24-27 St Swithun's Lane, near Cornhill The Citymarker; Conservative Closed
City Liberal Club 1874 Walbrookmarker The Citymarker; Liberal Closed
Cobden Club 1866 ? Political; Free Trade doctrine Closed in the 1970s
Conservative Club 1840 88 St James's Streetmarker (1841-1845); 74 St James's Streetmarker (1841-1950) Political; Conservative Merged with the Bath Club in 1950, taking on the name of the Bath Club, but moving to the Conservative Club's premises.
Constitutional Club 1883 28 Northumberland Avenuemarker Political; Conservative Closed in 1979; membership merged with the present St. Stephen's Club
County Club Late 19th century? 43-44 Albemarle Streetmarker Social; non-political Closed
Coventry Club 1846 106 Piccadillymarker Diplomatic corps Also known as The Ambassadors' Club; closed in 1854. The building was later acquired by the St James's Club. Re-opened in 1876, closed in 1888. Re-opened in XX c., closed.
Crichton Club Late 19th century? 3 Adelphi Terracemarker The arts, science and literature Closed
Crockford's 1793 50 St James's Streetmarker Social; especially card games Closed in 1845; clubhouse taken over by the Naval, Military and Civil Service Club, and then the Devonshire Club. Re-founded in 1928, closed in 1970.
Devonshire Club 1874 50 St James's Streetmarker Political; Liberal Closed in 1976; membership merged with the present East India Club
Eccentric Society Club (1) 1781 Various addresses around Covent Gardenmarker Social Closed in 1846
Eccentric Society Club (2) 1858 Leicester Squaremarker Social Closed in 1881
Eccentric Club (3) 1890 9 Ryder Street, St James'smarker Social Closed in 1984 for refurbishment, went into liquidation in 1986; in 1985 most members were elected to the present East India Club, and still meet there to this day. In 2008 a group started an endeavour to re-establish the Eccentric Club [54260]
Eighty Club 1880 ? Political; Liberal Closed in 1900s
Empress Club (Ladies and Gentlemen) Late 19th century? Dover Streetmarker Social Closed
Erectheum Club 1839 8 St James's Square The Arts; Literature Closed. Building later acquired by the Junior Oxford and Cambridge Club, then the Vine Club, the York Club, the Junior Travellers' Club, and the Sports Club.
Eton and Harrow Club 1873 3 Pall Mall Eastmarker Alumni of Etonmarker and Harrowmarker Closed
Free Trade Club 1840s 14 St James's Square Free Trade doctrine Closed
Green Room Club 1877 10 Adelphi Terracemarker (1877-1883); 22 King Street, Covent Gardenmarker (1883); 20 Bedford Street, near Strandmarker (1883-1903); 46 Leicester Squaremarker (1903-1940); Whitcomb Street, near Leicester Squaremarker (1940-1954); 8-9 Adam Street, near Strandmarker (1955-2000) The Arts and theatre Closed in 2000[54261]
Gresham Club 1843 1 King William Street (1844-1910s); Gresham Place (early 1910s); 15 Abchurch Lane, near King William Street (1915-1991) , The Citymarker; Merchants and bankers Closed in 1991
Guards' Club 1810 70 Pall Mallmarker Officers in the Coldstream, Cavalry or Scots Guards Closed in 1976, and merged with the Cavalry Club to form the present Cavalry and Guards Club
Gun Club Late 19th century? ? Pigeon hunters Closed
Hanover Square Club Late 19th century? 9 Hanover Square Social Closed
Helena Club (Ladies only) 1960s 52 Lower Sloane Street, Chelseamarker Ladies' residential Became the Sloane Club in 1976
Hogarth Club 1858 84 Charlotte Street, Fitzroviamarker Artists Closed in 1861
Imperial Services Club Late 19th century? 128 Piccadillymarker Officers in the armed forces Closed in the late 19th century; clubhouse later acquired by the Lyceum Club
International Club 1838 ? Political, but non-aligned Closed
Isthmian Club 1882 105 Piccadillymarker Sports. University, public school, and/or military background required. Closed
Jockey Club 1750 Pall Mallmarker Horse racing; primarily for racehorse owners Still exists today, but has moved out of London to Newmarketmarker
Junior Army and Navy Club Late 19th century? ? Officers in the British Army, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force, or Indian Army Closed
Junior Athenaeum 1864 116 Piccadillymarker The Arts, science, or the clergy Closed
Junior Carlton Club 1866 30 Pall Mallmarker (1868-1968); 94 Pall Mallmarker (1968-1977) Political; Conservative Closed in 1977; membership merged with the present Carlton Club
Junior Conservative Club 1889 43-44 Albemarle Streetmarker Political; Conservative Closed in 20th century
Junior Constitutional Club 1887 101 Piccadillymarker Political; Conservative Closed
Junior Garrick Club Late 19th century? Adelphi Terracemarker The dramatic arts Closed
Junior Naval and Military Club 1870 19 Dover Streetmarker (1870-1875); 66-68 Pall Mallmarker (1875-1979 Army and Navy officers The cost of the club's elaborate, purpose-built Pall Mall clubhouse bankrupted the club, and it closed in 1879. The building was then acquired by the Beaconsfield Club.
Junior Oxford and Cambridge Club 1850s? 8 St James's Square Graduates of Oxfordmarker, Cambridgemarker, and Trinity College, Dublinmarker Closed. Building later acquired by the Vine Club, then the York Club, the Junior Travellers' Club, and the Sports Club.
Junior Travellers' Club 1890s? 8 St James's Square Travel enthusiasts Closed. Building later acquired by the Sports Club.
Junior United Services Club Late 19th century? 11 Charles Street, near Berkeley Squaremarker Officers of the army, navy, marines, and Indian Army Closed
Kennel Club 1873 29a Pall Mallmarker Dog lovers Still exists today as a society, but no longer provides club facilities.
Kensington Ladies' Club (Ladies only) Late 19th century? 19-21 Penywern Road, Kensingtonmarker Social Closed
Ladies' Army and Navy Club (Ladies only) Late 19th century? 2 Burlington Gardens, Mayfairmarker; later 27 St James's Placemarker Near relations of army and navy officers Closed
Ladies' Athenaeum (Ladies only) 1913 31 Dover Streetmarker The Arts Closed sometime between 1924 and 1928
Ladies' Automobile Club (Ladies only) Early 20th century? Brook Streetmarker Automobile enthusiasts Closed
Ladies' Empire Club (Ladies only) Late 19th century? 69 Grosvenor Street, near Grosvenor Squaremarker Enthusiasts of the British empire Closed in the 1950s
Ladies' Imperial Club (Ladies only) Early 20th century? 17-18 Dover Streetmarker (1900s); 9 Arlington Street, St James'smarker (1920s) Political; Conservative Closed
Ladies' Institute (Ladies only) 1860 14a Princes Street, near Cavendish Squaremarker (temporarily, in 1860); Langham Place, near Regent Streetmarker(1860-1867) Social; the first ladies-only club, doubling as the office of the English Woman's Journal Closed in 1867
Ladies' International Club (Ladies only) Late 19th century? 74 Princes Square, Dawson Place, Bayswatermarker (late 19th century); 4 Prince's Terrace, Bayswatermarker (1940s) ? Closed
Ladies' Park Club (Ladies only) Early 20th century? Wilton House, 32 Knightsbridgemarker Social Closed in the 1920s
Ladies' Residential Club (Ladies only) Late 19th century? 19-21 Lexham Gardens, Kensingtonmarker ? Closed
Ladies' Town and Country Club (Ladies only) Late 19th century? 73-75 Mortimer Street, near Cavendish Squaremarker ? Closed
Ladies' Victoria Club (Ladies only) 1891 Holles Street, near Cavendish Squaremarker (temporarily, in 1891); 145 Victoria Streetmarker ? Closed
Langham Club Early 20th century? ? ? Closed
Lauderdale Club (Ladies only) Late 19th century? 138 Lauderdale Mansions, Maida Valemarker, later encompassing 118-142 & 156 Lauderdale Mansions Women's residential club Closed
Law Club 1830s Chancery Lanemarker (behind the Law Society building) Law Closed
Lyceum Club (Ladies and Gentlemen) 1904 128 Piccadillymarker (in the former premises of the Imperial Services Club; 138 Piccadillymarker (later) Writers; started as a breakaway from the Authors' Club Closed. Original 128 Piccadilly site later acquired and redeveloped by the present RAF Club
Marlborough Club 1868 52 Pall Mallmarker Social Merged with the Orleans Club and Windham Club in 1945 to form the Marlborough-Windham Club, retaining the same premises.
Marlborough-Windham Club 1945 52 Pall Mallmarker Social Closed in 1953
Minerva Club (Ladies only) 1920 28a Brunswick Squaremarker Women's residential club Closed in the 1930s
National Conservative Club 1886 ? Political; Conservative Closed
National Sporting Club 1891 43 King Street, Covent Gardenmarker Sports; Boxing Closed
National Union 1887 ? Political; Unionist Closed in 1890s
Naval, Military and Civil Service Club 1850s 50 St James's Streetmarker Army & navy officers; civil servants Closed in 1860s. Building later used by the Devonshire Club
New City Club 1862 ? The Citymarker; Closed
New Oxford and Cambridge Club Late 19th century? 66-68 Pall Mallmarker (1892-1920); Stratton Street, near Piccadillymarker (later) Graduates of Oxfordmarker and Cambridgemarker Closed
New Somerville Club (Ladies only) 1888 19a Hanover Square Social Closed in the mid-1900s
New University Clubmarker 1864 57 St James's Streetmarker; later 6 St James's Streetmarker Graduates of Oxfordmarker and Cambridgemarker Merged with the United University Club in 1938, which itself merged with the Oxford and Cambridge Club in 1971.
Orleans Club ? ? ? Merged with the Marlborough Club and Windham Club in 1945 to form the Marlborough-Windham Club
Palace Club 1882 ? Political; Conservative Closed in 1900s
Pall Mall Club Late 19th century? Waterloo Place, near Pall Mallmarker Social; non-political Closed
Parthenon Club Late 19th century? 16 Regent Streetmarker ? Closed
Pelican Club 1853 Denman Street Social, sports (boxing & snooker), entertainment. Closed, re-opened in 1887 at 43 King Street, Covent Gardenmarker, closed in 1891.
Polyglot Club Late 19th century? ? Amateur linguists Closed
Portland Club Late 19th century? 1 Portland Placemarker Gambling Closed
Press Club 1882 Wine Office Court, near Fleet Streetmarker Journalism Clubhouse closed in 1986. Press Club still exists today as a society, but no longer offers club facilities [54262]
Primrose Club 1886 ? Political; Conservative Closed in 1910s
Public Schools Club; formerly the University and Public Schools Club 1920 Curzon Streetmarker (1920-1937); 100 Piccadillymarker (1937-1960s); 5 Park Place, St James'smarker (1960s-1972) Alumni of the public schools Merged with the present East India Club in 1972, now providing the bulk of their membership
Raleigh Club Late 19th century? Regent Streetmarker Members had to have served a year in the armed forces, or be an existing member of another club Closed
Ranelagh Club (Ladies and Gentlemen) 1889 76 Charlwood Road, Putneymarker Sports club Still exists today as a sailing club, but no longer offers club facilities
Road Club Late 19th century? 4 Park Place, St James'smarker Enthusiasts for the revival of coaching Closed
Rous Club Late 19th century? 307 Regent Streetmarker Social Closed
Royal Aero Club, formerly the Aero Club (1901-1909) 1901 119 Piccadillymarker (1901-1961); 9 Fitzmaurice Place (inside the Lansdowne Club, 1961-1968); 94 Pall Mall (inside the Junior Carlton Club, 1968-1970); 116 Pall Mall (inside the United Service Club, 1970-1977) "the encouragement of aero-automobilism and ballooning as a sport" Merged into the British Gliding Association in 1977 - no longer provides club facilities.
Russell Club Late 19th century? 216 Regent Streetmarker Social Closed
St George's Club Late 19th century? Savile Rowmarker Catholic Closed
St James's Club 1857 106 Piccadillymarker Members of the British diplomatic service, and foreign diplomats in Britain Closed in 1978, and membership merged with Brooks' .
Scandinavian Club Late 19th century? 80-81 Strandmarker Members had to be of Scandinavian descent Closed
Scientific Club Late 19th century 7 Savile Rowmarker Science Closed
Scottish Club Late 19th century? 39 Dover Streetmarker Scottishmarker landowners and property owners Closed
Service Women's Club 1940s 52 Lower Sloane Street, Chelseamarker Former and serving women military officers Became the Helena Club in 1960s, then the Sloane Club in 1976
Smithfield Club Late 19th century? Half-Moon Street, near Piccadillymarker Cattle-breeding Closed
Somerville Club (Ladies only) 1878 231 Oxford Streetmarker Social Closed in 1887; re-founded as the New Somerville Club
Sports Club Late 19th century? 8 St James's Square Sports Merged with the present East India Club in 1938
Suffrage Club (Ladies and Gentlemen) c.1910 3 York Street, Fitzroviamarker Political; women's suffrage Closed c.1916-1917
Temple Club 1873 Arundel Street, near Aldwychmarker. Built on site of Whittington Club. Social, "art, literature, and science". White Friars Club (Dickens, Darwin) also met there. Closed
Thatched House Club Mid 19th century? 86 St James's Streetmarker Social Closed
Twentieth Century Club (Ladies only) 1902 24-29 Stanley Gardens, Notting Hillmarker Women's residential club Closed in the 1930s
Union Club 1822 Trafalgar Squaremarker Social Closed in 1925; clubhouse is now Canada Housemarker
Unionist Club 1886 66-68 Pall Mallmarker Political; Liberal Unionist Closed in 1892; clubhouse acquired by the New Oxford and Cambridge Club
United Club Late 19th century? Charles Street, near Berkeley Squaremarker Linked to the United Hotel, with additional facilities for members Closed
United Empire Club 1904 101 Piccadillymarker Political; Tariff reform Closed
United Service Club 1815 116 Pall Mallmarker Senior officers (Major/Commander and above) in the army and navy Closed in 1978; clubhouse is now the Institute of Directors
United University Clubmarker 1821 1 Suffolk Street, near Pall Mallmarker (1826-1971) Graduates of Oxfordmarker and Cambridgemarker Merged with the present Oxford and Cambridge Club in 1971]. Clubhouse is now the London centre of the University of Notre Damemarker
Verulam Club 1843 54 St James's Streetmarker Social Closed
Victorian Commemoration Club (Ladies only) Late 19th century? Southampton Street, near Strand Nurses and associated workers Closed
Victoria Club 1860 18 Wellington Street, near Aldwychmarker (from 1863) Sports; primarily racing Closed
Vine Club Mid/late 19th century 8 St James's Square ? Closed. Building later acquired by the York Club, then the Junior Travellers' Club, and the Sports Club.
Wanderers' Club Late 19th century? 9 Pall Mallmarker ? Closed
Watier's ? ? ? Closed
Wellington Clubmarker Early 20th century? ? ? Closed
Westminster Club Late 19th century? Albemarle Streetmarker ? Closed
Whitehall Club 1866 47 Parliament Street (1866-1905); Storey's Gate, Westminstermarker (from 1905); later 10 Prince's Street, Whitehallmarker ? Closed c. 1919-1921. Original Parliament Street clubhouse later acquired by the House of Commons, and now used as a researchers' library.
Whittington Club 1846 37 Arundel St., Strand. Originally met in the Crown and Anchor Tavern at the same address. Burned down in 1854 but was rebuilt to the same plan. Social, literary, sciences, music, etc. Closed 1873. Renovated and reopened as the Temple Club under new owner.
Windham Club, briefly the Windham House Club in 1828-1829 1828 ? ? Merged with the Marlborough Club and Orleans Club in 1945 to form the Marlborough-Windham Club
Writers' Club (Ladies only) 1892 10 Norfolk Street, near Strand Writers. Started as an offshoot of the Authors' Club. Closed
York Club Mid/late 19th century 8 St James's Square ? Closed. Building later acquired by the Junior Travellers' Club, then the Sports Club.


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