Find A ClubGet involved and meet new friends at a local Amateur Radio club. Search for ARRL affiliated clubs in your area or around the country.
ARRL Affiliated Club ProgramBecoming an ARRL Affiliated Club affords you many benefits--mailing lists, discounted equipment insurance, club emails, club call signs, and much more!
Edit Your Club InformationThis tutorial will guide you through the process to edit club information such as meeting times, officers and even add photographs to your club listing in the ARRL affiliated club section of the web.
Club Record Updates
ARRL club affiliation is perpetual. Once a club is affiliated it is always affiliated. However a club may be listed as active or inactive.
In order to remain on the active affiliated club roster clubs must update their information with ARRL annually.
If two years pass without an update then the club will be moved to inactive status.
Updating your club record is easy using the online update tools. Click here for a frame by frame tutorial on how to do this. Because this tutorial is in pdf format it may be a good suggestion to print it or save the file and include it with any important document given to incoming club officers.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about club updates.
New Affiliated Clubs
The following clubs were issued a charter of affiliation on March 25, 2014.
Division State Section Club Name Atlantic NY WNY Central New York Contesters Central IL IL The 220 MHz Guys Amateur Radio Club Central IN IN Hamilton County Amateur Radio Emergency Service Central IN IN Off the Grid Radio and Electronics Society Hudson NY NLI Ham Radio University Amateur Radio Club New England CT CT Charter Oak Radio Society Northwestern OR OR Ochoco Amateur Radio Association Northwestern WA WWA Brush Prairie Repeater Association Midwest MO MO Pacific Meramec Valley Amateur Radio Club Roanoke VA VA Blue Ridge Wireless Rocky Mountain CO CO Parker Radio Association Rocky Mountain WY WY Buffalo Amateur Radio Klub (BARK) Southeastern FL NFL Crane’s View Lodge Amateur Radio Club
Becoming an Affiliated Club
Guidelines and online application to be recognized as an ARRL affiliated club. Learn More
Affiliated Club Benefits
Among the advantages to being an ARRL Affiliated club are new ham mailing lists, annual reports, club insurance programs and more. Learn More
Special Service Clubs
ARRL Special Service clubs go the extra mile to provide ongoing training and community service. Learn More
Tips & Resources for Clubs
Whether starting a new club or rejuvenating an existing club here is where you'll find your resources all at your fingertips. Learn More
Club Sponsored Hamfests
Guidelines and forms to apply for ARRL sanctioning of your club's hamfest or convention. Learn More
You can participate as a club member and add a new dimension to your contesting experience. Rally your club and get on the air. Learn More