Beginners classes - Get Inspired

Following the great coverage in the Olympics do you want to find out more about the sport of fencing and perhaps have a go. See below for beginners classes which are starting soon. Most fencing clubs cater for beginners to join at any time throughout the year so contact our National Development Officers if you can't find a class listed below. They can give you details of clubs in your area.

Try Fencing! @ The Scottish Open (FREE)


Do you want to try a new sport that is exciting, athletic and fast?  Fencing is for you and easy for anyone of any age to start.  

Scottish Fencing are running free Try Fencing! sessions on the weekend of the Scottish Open. It's opportunity for you to try the sport out for yourself with the help of one of our top coaches.

Refereeing Course

SF has arranged for International Referee Mike Thornton to deliver referee training and examinations.

This is an opportunity to gain a qualification, improve your refereeing skills or just ask those awkward questions about refereeing  you've always wanted to put to someone.

Mike will use video examples together with logical explanation to guide you to becoming a better Referee.

There will also be a practical aspect to the courses.

New Fencing Classes in Aberfeldy

Fencing classes will be starting at the Breadalbane Community Campus, Aberfeldy, on 24th August 2013 and every Saturday thereafter from 1pm - 4pm. 

Scottish Fencing April Coach Education Weekend

Would you like to help members of your club improve their fencing skils? 

Dundee Beginner's Course

Dundee Fencing Club is running a beginners course!

The course will start on Sunday 31st March and run for 6 weeks (there will be a 1 week break after 3 weeks). The venue is Ward Road Gym in Dundee and the class will run from 2.30pm-4pm. The cost of the course is £30 per person and all equipment is provided by the club. Places need to be booked in advance by emailing

Development Partner Programme

Scottish Fencing is keen to work with organisations or companies that have an interest in developing the sport of fencing in Scotland. To that end we have created a 'Development Partner Programme' to provide support in various forms to qualifying organisations.

Further details will be available on this page soon.

Please contact Scottish Fencing ( if you want to find out more about the programme.

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