A fencer can only obtain an FIE or EFC licence via the National Federation of the country of which he/she is a citizen.
FIE & EFC Licences are only available through the British Fencing membership portal.
Please go to bf.sport80.com – log in using the details you setup to log into membership. Once logged in click on the Licences tab and follow the directions for purchasing your licence.
From the start of season 2019-20 BF will put an additional administrative charge for processing license applications at short notice. More information is available on bf.sport80.com.
The FIE is the international Federation for Fencing. Click here to go to their site.
Every fencer and referee competing in FIE events, including Satellite events in the UK or abroad requires an FIE licence before travelling.
You may only hold one FIE licence for the country you are representing.
Under the FIE rules, it is possible to change the country that you represent under certain circumstances, for more information contact email@example.com. Once the change is made it is not possible to change again.
The CEE, or EFC, is the European Fencing Confederation. Click here to go to their site.
Every Fencer and Referee entering European Fencing Confederation competitions (EFC), i.e. EFC Cadet Circuit, EFC U23 Circuit, European Cadets and U23 Championships.
Every fencer competing in EFC events, requires an EFC licence before travelling.
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