The Victory Services Club is based near Marble Arch and was established in 1907. The VSC is a tri-service, all ranks Members’ Club for currently serving and former serving members of the Armed Forces and their families.

Victory Services Club

The Club has two charitable objectives: to provide a place for serving and former serving personnel to meet; and to support serving or former serving personnel who face hardship or distress, including those wounded as a result of operational service. We are very proud of the Respite & Welfare Breaks that contribute to the second charitable objective.

The Club offers a truly unique Club atmosphere offering excellent service and value for money, impressive accommodation, varied dining options and events.

Sir Winston Churchill a lifetime Member of the VSC said,

“The Victory Club for ex-servicemen given by the nation as a memorial to fallen comrades and as a tribute to those who returned, stands guardian of the common treasures and memories of friendship and brave deeds”

The Club was founded in 1907 by Major Arthur Haggard who had a clear mission: to promote ‘esprit de corps’ within the military, by uniting members of the Armed Forces after he witnessed destitute veterans on London’s streets after returning from the Second Boer War.

If you are a veteran or member of a veteran’s family you can join the VSC and receive a competitive reduction on accommodation in the heart of London along with access to fine dining and a quiet relaxing club in the heart of the capital. 

You can find out more about the VSC online at their website:

You can apply to join on-line at

Or they will send hard copies of application forms by post if you contact 0207 616 8312 or email:

Victory Services Club
63-79 Seymour Street
W2 2H