Fencers are automatically members of the Australian Fencing Federation and eligible to compete in national events once they affiliate with a member state.
Fencers must affiliate through the state or territory in which they reside, unless they meet one of the exception conditions listed in the AFF Residency Policy.
The AFF runs an open and veteran fencing circuit, national schools championships and age-specific championship events for men and women in foil, epee and sabre.
Learn about the High Performance Program and meet the Australian Fencing Team and Squad.
Talented Fencer Program
For Under 13 and Under 15 fencers - train alongside the Australian Fencing Team.
Explore options for Australian fencers to train and compete overseas.
For the record
National Fencing Champions
|Year||Men's Foil||Women's Foil||Men's Epee||Women's Epee||Men's Sabre||Women's Sabre|
|2019||S. MOROTA CHU||L. JACOB||A. English||E. Patten||W. CAMPBELL||V. Vasileva|
|2018||T. Reynolds||F. Clarke||A. English||E. Patten||E. PASTORE||A. Lee|
|2017||P. Daley||A. Kwag||D. Yates||A. Devereaux||A. Douglas||H. Phillips|
|2016||M. Foster||F. Clarke||L. Crook||A. Reynolds||J. Dick||G. White|
|2015||S. Douglas||E. Marotta||O. Mitchell||D. Sher||J. KIM||H. Phillips|
|2014||S. Douglas||L. Sung||E. Fitzgerald||I. Mihailescu||D. Kim||H. Phillips|