How to register

The AFF uses an online payment system for all registrations listed here.

The system accepts most debit and credit cards (including Amex), as well as debit Visa & Mastercard, and PayPal.

Nominations received after normal registration closes will attract a late fee.

If the registration system does not recognise you as an affiliated fencer, please contact your state association to ensure your membership is current.

Nominations for overseas events may require a licence

>View information about overseas fencing licences here

> View all fees and charges here

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Click event title to register

AFT and AFS membership

 Registrations OpenRegistrations CloseRegistration LinkFencer Link
Cadet13 May 201927 May 2019Register hereList of nominee fencers
Junior13 May 201927 May 2019Register HereList of nominee fencers
Under 23

Other International Events

Enter an overseas event - >click here to nominate

Apply to have overseas event assessed for ranking points (Cat E Assessment) -click here to apply


International Fencing Federation (FIE) and
European Fencing Confederation (EFC) licences - click here to apply

Asian Fencing Confederation ((FCA) licences - click here to apply

Victorian Fencers

Victorian weekly foil squad - > click here to register

Victorian junior development squad (foil) - click here to register

Events above require participants to be "in good standing" (e.g. have no debts owing and be correctly affiliated) with a state association or federation. Some may require payment of a team levy. As such:
  1. entries and registrations are accepted subject to final confirmation by a fencer's state association or federation
  2. any payments received will be offset first against debts owed to the AFF, then to any event entry or registration fee.
The cut-off date for state affiliations for all national events is two days prior to the start of late entry.