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.
British Disabled Fencing Association
The British Disabled Fencing Association (BDFA) is the governing body for the
Paralympic sport of Wheelchair Fencing in Britain.
British Veterans Fencing
British Veterans Fencing promotes and supports fencing for people over 40 years old with competitions held throughout the year.
Elite Epee Series
Junior and Senior events.
England Fencing (EF)
England Fencing administer the coaches and clubs.
Federation Internationale D’Escrime (FIE)
The International Fencing Federation (FIE) is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the world governing body of fencing. They are proud to be an Olympic sport since 1896 and to have 153 affiliated member federations all over the world. In 2013, the FIE celebrated its 100th anniversary.
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.
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.