Junior fencing - Join the Musketeers!
  • Fencing. A brilliant way to keep young people physically and mentally fit through their school years and way into the future! More about our Junior fencing club
  • Our next intake will be in September
  • If you missed the start of term join our email list and we will let you know when the next one comes round
Adult Training Courses
  • Our next training courses for adults will be in September.  Sign up and pay to reserve your place with the purple button on this page
  • Our experienced and qualified coaches will skilfully introduce you to this exciting sport. Only 12 spaces available per session!
  • Refresher sessions are available for those who have taken a break since they last fenced.
The Entrance has moved!

The Vanbrugh Park entrance is closed due to building works. Enter at the bottom end of Mycenae Road (One way from Westcombe Park). Go here for access details and map. No Parking available inside the gate.


To celebrate her recovery from cancer, Freya Rodger joined our course in January as part of her aim to do all 37 sports open to women in the Olympics. Read about her fencing class and her attempts at the other 36 sports!

Fencing Schedule
  • The Club meets Tuesdays and Thursdays in term times
    • Musketeers 6pm to 7.30
    • Adults 7.30 to 9.30
    • 4 qualified coaches covering all weapons
    • Experienced fencers welcome. First session free.
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All you need for our courses are trainers, T-shirt, loose fitting trousers, trackies or leggings and enthusiasm! Bring a drink!

Fencing - In a few words...

-“The best fun you can have on legs” – “Chess at high speed” -“Superb exercise for mind and body”- “A Sport for All, A sport for Life”

Hello! Welcome to one of the largest clubs in London. With 40+ under 16s and 35+ Adults we are a thriving club for all levels of fencers

Fencing - in 3 minutes

British Champion and Olympian Richard Kruse explains the differences between foil, epee and sabre and what fencing is all about.

We couldn’t say it better!

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Now give yourself a treat

This 3.8 minute vid is shot in studio and uses normal speed and slow motion to devastating effect to demonstrate blade and footwork especially close quarter techniques.  Makes the blades look like rubber but they’re not! Dont miss it!

Have a look at our YouTube gallery for more about Blackheath Fencers and fencing.

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Updated May 2017