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Finding a Fencing Club


 
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Quite often it is difficult for parents just starting out in a fencing to locate the fencing club in your community.  There are in fact a number of ways to resolve this problem.

How to find a fencing club?

Internet...

The internet is the best source to use to locate a club.  There are a number of sites that will help you find a club.

Fencing.net allows you to do a zip code search.  The search area is on the right hand side of the screen.  Simply enter your country, zip code and  mile radius and it will display all of the clubs in your area.

Swordsport.com gives you a world map that you can click on and it will provide you will clubs in your area.

Usfencing.org web site allows you to select by state to see the sections, divisions and clubs for that state.

 

Newspapers...

Information on sports will often appear in your local newspapers.  Page ads throughout the paper or notices in the sports section would be a place to look. Other sources are any free monthly youth magazines available in grocery and department stores.


Telephone Directory...

The telephone directory is another source that may have listings of the clubs or organizations. Try looking under  fencing, fencing clubs,  or fencing instruction in the Yellow Pages.
 


Local Colleges or Universities...

Check the colleges or universities in your area.  You will find that they offer fencing classes as part of the continuing education curriculum.