Welcome to the Sind Club
One of Asia’s oldest and finest clubs, the Sind Club is an exclusive members-only club, established in 1871. Located in the heart of the city, the Club spreads over nine acres and has maintained its original Victorian architecture, while being modernized over time. Now equipped with state of the art facilities, the Sind Club still retains its unique legacy and historic traditions.
The Sind Club’s story is almost as old as Karachi itself. ‘Kurrachee’ as it was known back then, had a population of 56,000; Sind’s first railway had recently commenced its services from Karachi to Kotri; and the Suez Canal had started operating just two years prior. The Club was formed on the 25th of May, 1871, where, under the Chairmanship of the legendary Sir William Merewether, the Sind Club was established catering to British Army officers, professionals and other Europeans.
Since the birth of Pakistan, the Club has evolved into Karachi's most exclusive club, keeping its membership small enough to deliver an unparalleled 'home away from home' experience for its members and their guests. For more on the Club’s unique history and to see rare pictures from the past visit the History page.