360 North Arroyo Boulevard
Pasadena, California 91103
Telephone: (626) 564-0330

Swimming Pools (Open 1990)
Seats: 1,250

About the AAF Rose Bowl Aquatics Center

The AAF Rose Bowl Aquatics Center began providing state-of-the-art aquatic opportunities to all members of the San Gabriel Valley and beyond, thanks in large part to the success of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles. The Center’s two Olympic sized pools and diving well are open on a year-round basis and offer a full range of aquatic programs including competitive teams in swimming, diving and water polo, as well as synchronized swimming, water aerobics, lap swimming, summer camps, and swim lessons.

In 2005, the Center made aquatic history when it opened the innovative Therapy and Teaching Pool, the only one of its kind in the San Gabriel Valley. This pool offers warm water exercise opportunities for special needs patrons of all ages and helps them cope with debilitating and chronic diseases including arthritis, diabetes, cancer, paralysis, disc problems, cerebral palsy and neuromuscular disorders.

Quick Facts

The basics:

  • 2 Olympic-size swimming pools (50 meters long by 25 yards wide)

  • 1 warm water Therapy and Teaching pool

  • 1 diving tower with five, seven and ten meter platforms

  • 6 springboards, including 2, three meter boards

  • 2 hydro spas

  • Weight Room

  • Clubhouse building with complete locker room, showers, pro shop, coaching and administrative offices

  • 2 large conference rooms overlooking pool area

Location and parking:
The Center is located adjacent to Parking Lot I of the Rose Bowl Stadium at 360 North Arroyo Blvd. in the city of Pasadena. Located just off of the 210 and 134 freeways.

The Center is managed by the AAF Rose Bowl Aquatics Center, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization and is overseen by a Board of Directors.