A group of people that starts as a team and turns into family

Following the release of the new rules we have now restructured our club teams going forward and are excited to introduce them to you.


Our new Pre Juvenile competitive Team is the Aberdeen Starz. The majority of the skaters are just beginning their competitive synchro journey and they will compete a Basic Novice Programme. Their theme for the 2019/20 season will be Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. We are sure this is just the beginning for them and they are going to achieve great things in the synchro world along the way!


Team Topaz cemented themselves as a regular in the Juvenile competitive circuit last season and they will continue that this season with a brand new Basic Novice Programme to a Grease Medley. The hope is that next season they will make the jump up to Novice and continue on the ISU Pathway going forward.


Our Mixed Age Team, Zulu, skated last season and plan to continue to work hard and improve this season in the ever growing and tough Mixed Age category. We have a lot of new skaters in this team and have begun to choreograph a new routine to Aladdin (2019). The goal next season is to have a team that will be eligible to compete at Junior B standard.Zulu currently train on Sunday evenings between 6:00 and 8:15 pm.


Our Adult team who competed at the Steel City Trophy last season are looking forward to competing some more now they have a bit of experience under their belt. We are always on the lookout for experienced adult skaters to join and compliment our small team so if you are interested please get in touch.


Team Zariba will continue on their journey as Scotland’s only ISU Senior Team. Having established themselves on the world circuit in 2016 and 2017 the goal is to keep pushing the boundaries. The team were lucky enough to have a Team Canada skater, Victoria Smith over to choreograph their programmes this season and we cant wait to unveil a brand new style of skating for them!

Good luck to all synchro teams across Great Britain in what looks like a season of change for a lot of clubs. All the skaters and coaches in Aberdeen wish you all the very best!