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7 Solid Club Website Examples to Get Ideas for Your Club Website

Author: Terry Ibele
October 11, 2023
🕑 5 min read

So you’ve started your own club, congratulations! The next step in having a successful club is a great club website. But first, you’ll need some inspiration to get your creative juices flowing.

We have seven solid examples of club websites from all different types of organizations.

Tips for a Good Club Website

As you browse these club websites, take some notes on how they’ve set things up. Some things to look out for:

1. Mobile friendly

So many individuals will access your club website through their mobile device. To ensure they’re having a great user experience you need your website to be mobile friendly. This means your club website will load quickly and display properly on all mobile devices.

2. Membership levels

When you set up your club, you’ll want to include different membership levels (free, student, family, professional, etc.). These levels are very important to include on your club website so those looking to join can see which membership is right for them.

3. Separate join and donate pages

Including separate “Join Us” and “Donate” pages are crucial for your club website. This gives a clear place for people to make online payments for membership fees and donations.

4. Event calendars and registration

Your members want to know when you’re having events and a calendar is a great way to visually show this. If your event requires registration be sure to include this on your club website as well.

5. Membership directories

Some clubs have public directories for their members. If this is a feature for your club, be sure to make this available on your club’s website. Some clubs even have a featured member that is highlighted on the home page.

6. Images of members and events

Your members are the core of your club! Having a photo gallery, featured images and slideshows of pictures from club events and members having fun is key for a good club website.

7. Members-only sections

If there are resources that are specific to your club members only, having a members-only section on your website is key. This allows for public facing content to be available for those looking for more info about your club AND a log in page for your members to access their members-only information, content and events.

7 WildApricot Club Website Examples

All these websites were built using WildApricot’s membership management software (that’s us!) — a software that’s easy to build any sort of club website in a completely comprehensive way. WildApricot is also the #1 membership management software on the market, used by over 3,500 clubs around the US and the rest of the world. You can start your free 60-day trial of WildApricot today and have your whole club website built in an afternoon.

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Club Website“WildApricot has given us a professional looking website and an easy way to manage our member communication. It’s a lifesaver for us, because we love gardening, but are not experts in how to design and maintain a website.”

– Joseph Purdy, Garden Club, Washington, D. C.


Now, here are 7 examples of clubs who’ve build their websites using WildApricot.

1) International Social Club

Why we love it: The International Social Club highlights their mission as the first thing you see on their website. They also have clear sections for joining the club, events, activities and donating. Plus their member log in is at the very top, making the member experience easy to use.

2) Southern Berkshire Golden Retriever Club

Why we love it: The SBGRC’s website includes all the must-have information right on their home page. They make great use of imagery, highlighting some beautiful golden retrievers doing activities club members can participate in. Plus, their navigation bar includes great resources specific to SBGRC members, like puppy referral.

3) Thendara Mountain Club

Why we love it: The Thendara Mountain Club’s website has amazing visuals including a slideshow of members/events, a calendar of upcoming events and donation buttons. Everything a club member could need is right there, plus membership levels are highlighted for those interested in joining.

4) Austin Deaf Club

Why we love it: The Austin Deaf Club’s website is a great example of a club focused on their members. They include an auto slideshow of images, a monthly vlog, contact emails for their members and a featured member. Plus their member log in is right at the top, easy to find for current members.

5) Wailers Ski, Snowboard, and Social Club

Why we love it: The Wailers Club’s website has wonderful use of color to make each section pop. Those visiting this website can easily find information on what the club does, upcoming events, membership and a section for sponsors.

6) Propeller Club of Norfolk

Why we love it: The Propeller Club of Norfolk’s website has a big imagery slideshow highlighting their maritime passion. There are super easy to navigate buttons for everything a member or hopeful member would need. Plus they highlight their Facebook page through a widget right on their homepage!

7) Hampshire Bird Club

Why we love it: The Hampshire Bird Club’s website focuses on creating a great experience for the club’s members, including easy navigation to their events, directory and benefits. Plus their call for donations and visual bar graph showing their percent to goal makes fundraising easier.

Create Your Own Club Website in 3 Easy Steps

If you’d like to create your own comprehensive club website right now, I recommend starting a free trial of WildApricot. Here’s how to set up everything you need in just an afternoon:

1) Start a Free Trial of WildApricot: click here.

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2) Select a website template from one of the professionally designed options:

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3) Edit the template using the easy drag-and-drop builder to fit your organization’s needs:

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That’s it. Once you start your trial, WildApricot also gives you a fully searchable membership database, so you can say goodbye to Excel or mountains of paper files. Plus, you can set up automated payments and renewals for membership, and choose from a number of beautiful email templates to communicate with your members.

Best of luck creating your club website!

Read More: Why It’s the Perfect Time to Move Past Your Club Membership Excel Template

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