Fencing Clubs in the North West of England

A friendly club based in the centre of Chester

If you’ve ever seen fencing and said “I’ve always wanted to try that”, then Bramhall Sword Club could be for you.

Bramhall Sword Club is a well-established club that has been at its current location of Bramhall Recreation Centre for over thirty years. We welcome new members of any and every ability, from complete beginner upwards, and any age from 8 to 80+.

The club is well established with expert coaching, up-to date equipment, and enthusiastic club members. All equipment is provided by the club: weapons, protective garments and electric scoring equipment. You need only a tee shirt, leggings or tracksuit trousers, and indoor training shoes.

We welcome all new members, beginners or more experienced fencers.

Anyone aged between 9 and 16 can get involved with our Junior Club!

As Liverpool fencing club does not accept members under the age of 12 this is a great way to get introduced to the world of fencing and you can be both members of both Liverpool Junior Fencing Club and the normal Liverpool Fencing Club provided you are over the age of 12.

Whether you have never fenced sabre before and you want to try it or you are an elite fencer, this is the club to be at. We offer the ultimate fencing experience from beginner to elite, from family fun to competitive international fencers, from age eight to eighty.  Dedicated youth sessions for U11's and U15's

We welcome young and old alike. Social and competitive fencers. Complete beginners and elite fencers.

Head Coach - Mr Dmitri Lapkes - L5 Sabre L2 Foil L2 Epee
Dmitri is a former National Coach for Belarus who has coached some of the top fencers in the world at cadet, junior and senior level.  He has competed at the highest level in men's sabre for 25 years including at four Olympic Games concluding at London 2012.  He is a former World No1 and World Championship silver medalist.

Take a look at our website www.rivingtonparkfencingclub.co.uk

Fencing for junior boys and girls