Online Entry

Most competitions will have their own website and they should let you know which system they are using (online or paper entry forms).

You can view our Calendar for event listings.

All events share a common goal – to provide safe and fair racing – and to do this they need to receive accurate entry information about the competitors.  When competitions use the online entry process, the clubs’ information about rowers’ racing status is drawn directly from the British Rowing membership database. The online system has:

  • an inbuilt calculator that prevents over-pointed crews being entered; and
  • an automatic check on dates of birth for age status events.

Only competitors whose membership will be valid on race day appear as eligible for selection so that competitions and clubs alike can be assured of valid British Rowing numbers.

Using ‘Club Management,’ the online resource introduced by British Rowing in 2011, all affiliated British Rowing clubs  can appoint an online entry administrator to make the online entries for their club.  All administrators must have current British Rowing membership and an active online account.  Your club’s designated Club Management Administrator is able to do this, or contact

The Club Management Administrator is able to set up a deputy or deputies, as long as they are members of British Rowing with an online account.

Accessing Online Services

Once you have been setup as an online entry administrator or deputy you can click on Your Account dropdown menu.  You should then see the online entry system in the list. Just click on the link and you will be redirected in the entry system.

Overseas (including Scottish) Clubs

Overseas clubs who would like to use the online entry system to enter regattas should contact for further details and guidance.

Please note: If you require any of the following forms then please email and we can send them out to you.

  • Regatta entry form
  • Regatta summary of entries form
  • Head race entry form
  • Head race summary of entries form

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