17/09/2018- Events
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International entries are open and to avoid disappointment enter today!

British Fencing’s inaugural international competition The London Cup takes place on Sunday 4th November, this event is open to mens and womens foilists and is a senior event, this means those aged 13 years and over are invited to take part and could potentially earn GBR ranking points.  The added bonus for those aged under 23 is that you could also earn EFC ranking points too!

The competition is being held at SportsDock, University of East London.  This venue has free parking, a café onsite serving hot and cold food, there is also tiered seating in the main hall which is perfect for spectators.

The closing date for entries is 21st October, however an EFC licence is required for this event, so please contact British Fencing head office (headoffice@britishfencing.com) in order to obtain one. Please note that this needs to be done well in advanced of the competition so if you require an EFC licence we politely request you apply as soon as you are able.  You can find out more information on this event here.

There are also new regulations in place for chest protectors and head straps for masks so please ensure ALL your equipment meets the requirements.  You can find out more information on EFC regulations here.  There will be weapon control at the venue for this event.

Guidelines on Mask Safety

EFC New Guidelines

British Fencing is also hosting a number of exciting FIE satellite and junior world cup competitions:

  • The Camden International returns for cadet (aged 11-16yrs) sabruers on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th October @ SportsDock, University of East London.
  • Senior Mens Sabre FIE Satellite takes place on Sunday 14th October @ SportsDock, University of East London, for male sabruers aged 13+. As an FIE event, potential FIE ranking points are available.
  • Leon Paul Cup is for senior foilists (aged 13+) taking place on Saturday 13th October @ SportsDock, University of East London. Another FIE satellite event with FIE ranking points up for grabs.

To enter go to Sport80, and don’t forget; fencers will need an EFC or FIE licence for some of these events which you can obtain through your membership portal at bf.sport80.

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