Registrations are open for the 2022 Australian Junior Championships and the Inaugural Australian Youth Circuit event

The AFF is excited to announce that registrations are now open for both the following Tournaments:

  • 2022 Australian Junior Championships
    • Date: 4 – 7 February
    • Location: Melbourne
    • Click HERE to register or to view tournament schedule
  • 2022 Australian Youth Circuit #1
    • Date: 5 – 6 February
    • Location: Melbourne
    • Click HERE to register or to view tournament schedule


A reminder that all participants, whether competing, coaching, officiating, working, or spectating at these tournaments will be required to be fully vaccinated (2 doses). This requirement is for all attendees who are 12 years and above.

Vaccination status will be required to be confirmed when registering for the event and will also need to be shown upon entry to the venue.

The vaccine requirement is to be read in conjunction with the AFF Covid Policy, and any additional measures the AFF introduces specific to an AFF event, and any State based COVID health measures.



There will be limits on spectators at both tournaments per the relevant State health directives.

For both the National Senior and Veteran Championships in Melbourne and the National U15 and Cadet Championships in Sydney, no spectators will be permitted to attend unless they are accompanying an athlete under the age of 17, in which case only one (1) fully vaccinated (2 doses) adult can accompany that athlete.

Coaches need to be registered through their state association in order to attend with their fencers for either of the tournaments, and there are limitations on numbers.

Athletes will be permitted to stay in the venue while they are fencing and will need to leave once they finish fencing in order to assist with the maintenance of social distancing measures.



A further announcement about COVID management policies for these events will be made available on the event schedule page shortly.

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