About & Welcome

A very warm welcome from the Officers & Committee of the Equalized Working Men’s Club.

Thank you for visiting our web site.

We hope you find everything you need. We are focused on bringing you high quality service and customer satisfaction, we will do everything we can to meet your expectations. With a variety of live entertainment every weekend, various events during the week, there is something for everyone here.

Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us.

Weekly Events Programme

Monday – Free Pool Table
Tuesday – Ladies Darts
Wednesday – Bingo with Snowball Jackpot
Thursday – Quiz Night with free food and ‘Open the Box’ Jackpot & Pool League
Friday – Live Entertainment
Saturday – Live Entertainment
Sunday – Live Entertainment

Additional Facilities

* Air Conditioned
* Free WiFi
* Sky & BT Sports
* Large Video Screen
* 4 Large Screen TV’s
* Sheltered Smoking Area
* Ramp Access
* Free House with well stocked bar
* Guest Ales.
* Function Room for hire.
* Happy Hour 12 – 2pm Sunday Lunchtime


The Equalized Working Men’s Club, affectionately known as ‘The Equ’ is the oldest Club in Stapleford, established somewhere around 1920, although the exact date is not known.

It started life as two houses where beers were served from enamel jugs from barrels placed in the kitchen and was founded by local working men.

The Club in its [present form was built in the 1960’s on the same site as the old two houses.

I am often asked where the name ‘Equalized Club’ originated. The answer seems to be lost in the midst of time. One romantic explanation was that the founders of the Club were more enlightened in their thinking and was the first Club to admit women, stating tat men and women were equals, hence the name.

However, one reason that has been passed down over the years and has been accepted is that everyone was welcome at the Equalized Club, whether you was a Barrister or Labourer, everyone was equal, and that is how the name came about. We are proud to say, those traditions carry on to this day.