These are the main organisations in the UK for Fencing.
British Fencing (BFA)
British Fencing (BFA) – The Fencing National Governing Body. Information for fencers and coaches. Events, Courses, Competitions, Results, Rankings, etc…
British Academy of Fencing (BAF)
British Academy of Fencing (BAF) – Run by Coaches for Coaches.
England Fencing (EF)
England Fencing administer the coaches and clubs.
Federation Internationale D’Escrime (FIE)
The FIE is the organization which governs fencing throughout the world.It is based in the Olympic capital Lausanne and currently counts 134 member federations.
The Forum is an interactive community where new fencers and old fencers can share information and experiences. Bringing you all the fencing news from around the world. Get information on fencing equipment, armoury, news, becoming a fencer, coaching and more. The forum with over 9 000 members and sometimes 100 people browsing and discussing at once it really is the place to be.
Leon Paul Junior Series (LPJS)
The Leon Paul Junior Series (LPJS) is the best way to start fencing competitively. Aimed specifically for young fencers who want to compete in a fun, safe environment. There are over 30 competitions nationwide and athletes’ ages range from 7 to 17
National Academy of Fencing
The Academy is being created to help our fencers become athletes as well as fencers. It will operate at a national and regional level using principles of Long Term Athlete Development. It will focus on the important training to train & training to compete stages of an athlete’s development and will take an holistic approach for the development of fencers as athletes.
Warwickshire Fencing Union
Warwickshire Fencing Union is run by coaches, fencers and like minded people to assist fencing clubs in the Warwickshire district with training, grant applications and rule changes.
West Midlands Fencing
Visit the News pages for details of forthcoming training days, regional and local competitions, West Midlands results and other news.