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Welcome to Oxford Fencing Club 

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Update and Events 

OFC Summer Fencing

Friday 3rd July sees our last session of fencing at Rye before OFC moves to Radley for the summer.  

Fencing continues only on Tuesdays 8:00-10:00pm for six weeks at:-

Radley College Sports Centre



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Our first session at Radley is on Tuesday 7th July and our last is Tuesday 11th August.

We then return to Rye on Tuesday 18th August.  Note that we fence weekly through the summer without any breaks as we had in previous years.

Friday fencing starts on Friday 4th September.

Stocks of club kit will be limited at Radley.  If you need to borrow any then please see a club committee member before removing it.  Thank you.

Beginners Foil Course

Our next course will be in the Autumn.  For more details Click Here

Foil Awards Scheme

If you are a club member and would like to apply for the level 1 foil award – or beyond - please speak coach to James Kingston at the club.  The awards run up to level 9 and at the end of each level you will receive a badge and certificate. Please note the club are subsidising the scheme and the cost each member is just £2 per level.  Further details

Club  Socks
We have a new stock of club socks which can be seen here
They come in two sizes; 3 to 6 and 6 to 11 and are £7 a pair.
Stock is limited to one pair per member at the moment. If you would like to buy a pair please email Gordon at

Recent Competitions and Results 

Friendly against Three Rivers Young Blades Fencing Club 6th March

Photo by Mike Ellis


Bristol LPJS, 21st February

After three days of training at the LP Centre over half-term, India George competed in the girls’ under 11 foil.  India was ranked 9th out of 11 after the only poule, with 1 victory recorded.  She then won her Last 16 Direct Elimination bout against a more experienced fencer.  Her second DE she was up against the leader of the poules who, on the day, was unable to cope with India's left handedness and that was an easy victory too.  India then met an experienced fencer from our neighbouring club Salle Oxon in the Semi and was even ahead at one stage, but went down a fighting 8-10.  

India’s mum said, ‘I think we had an element of luck and things definitely went our way on the day.  Being left handed helps when your technique still has a long way to go!’ 

We’re sure that with her hard work and training India will be winning more medals soon.  Well done and good luck with the rest of your LPJS season!