In the spring of 2001 it was decided that the three Communes Contern, Niederanven and Schüttringen, are to jointly build a swimming pool in Niederanven.
The Grand-Ducal order of 1 November 2003 sealed the foundation of the community syndicate "Syrdall Schwemm".
From a European-wide architectural competition on 14 June 2005, the office 4a Architekten from Stuttgart got voted as the winners, who were subsequently commissioned by the syndicate board with the development of the project.
The preliminary project was launched on 11 October 2006 by the syndicate board and on 15 March 2007 approved by the Home Secretary.
The Board approved the final project on 10 September 2007. 14 days later, on 24 September the Home Office also agreed to implement the project "Syrdall Schwemm".
On 24 October 2007 the project to build an intercommunal swimming pool in Niederanven was officially presented to the inhabitants of the communes Contern, Niederanven and Schüttringen.
The construction finally took place in September 2008.
Several circumstances led to a replacement of the municipal syndicate in the spring of 2010. The community Schüttringen stepped out of own accord from the original syndicate and the commune Betzdorf was added as a new member of the municipal syndicate. The Costs for the Swimming pool were distributed that Niederanven pays 70%, Betzdorf 20% and Contern 10%.
Since the 15 November 2010, school swimming has been going on and since the 2 December 2010 the Schwemm Syrdall open to the public.
As of 15.12.2015, almost 5 years after the opening, the Syrdall Schwemm has received the 1,000,000th customer.