Fencing at Swordfish

Learning to fence at Swordfish

Interested in fencing? Join one of our Beginners Courses to get you started. Please check our links for information, starting dates, times and costs for the respective course.

If you have already completed a beginners course you are welcome to attend our training sessions at Belmont on Mondays, Curtin Stadium on Thursdays and Victoria Park on Saturdays.

Beginners, young adults and senior fencers can learn footwork and play training games together. Beginner fencers and younger fencers will fence each other until the coach agrees their skill level is safe to allow them to spar with adults.

In order to join our training, you must have:

  • paid your club and FencingWA registration fee and 
  • wear your own fencing equipment as we do not permit fencing unless in full fencing gear.

Individual Lessons at Swordfish

If you are interested in sharpening your fencing skills and would like one-on-one lessons with our coaches, that’s great! Just speak to any one of the coaches directly!

Our coaches are extremely keen to teach and support a fencers’ learning, however coaches do require a certain commitment to the sport and would request that their students dedicate a number of hours to lessons and training. This is to ensure both coach and fencer maintain a mutual understanding and respect for the sport.

Visiting Fencers at Swordfish

Swordfish Fencing Club is a specialised Epee club. The club trains three times a week at Belmont City College Gym, Curtin University Stadium and Victoria Park Leisurelife Centre.

Fencers from other clubs, including interstate and international fencers, are welcome to join in with training, whether affiliated with Fencing WA or another recognised fencing body. Just come along to one of the following sessions and have a chat to the Head Coach.

Please arrive before training begins and introduce yourself!

For more details on our club opening times go to Swordfish Calendar and club locations go to Contact Us.