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Founded in 1891, Oxford University Fencing Club is one of Britain's oldest and most successful fencing clubs. The club caters for all levels, from beginners to international.

Foil, epee and sabre training are all on offer at the club. Advanced and intermediate fencers receive expert tuition from our club coach, Tomek Walicki, who leads a weekly training session and offers individual lessons throughout the week. In addition there are two club nights every week with free fencing. The quality of fencing is high across all three weapons and many members represent their country internationally.

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Results, Fixtures and Notices

Written by OUFC Webmaster. Posted in News

Hi Everyone,

Hope you’ve all had an enjoyable first few weeks of term!

I’ve got a few results to make everyone aware for the past couple of weeks and the details of some matches coming up.

** Match Results **


Men’s Blues vs Imperial. Victory 129-114
Women’s Blues vs Cambridge. Loss 123-129


Women’s Blues vs Surrey. Victory 123-120


Men’s Assassin’s vs Loughborough. Victory 129-86. Another 4 man wonder performance…


Men’s Blues vs Bath. Victory 135-85
Women’s Blues vs UCL. UCL No-show.

** Upcoming Fixtures **

07/02/15 – 08/02/15

Quintes for both Blues teams at Imperial College London.


Women’s Assassin’s Matches vs Nottingham and Warwick.

The first starts at 9.30am and the second at 12pm at Cricket Schools so come down to support! Unfortunately, this means that the Saturday Intermediates session is cancelled this week.

Friday Night Epee 5.30pm to 8pm

Just a reminder that Friday evening epee sessions are open to epeeists of all abilities and are an excellent opportunity to practice when cricket schools is not so packed.

Epeeists should make the most of this session as it’s an extra chance to fence each week. The pentathletes would also greatly appreciate the possibility of sparring with the fencing club.

Have a great week,

Varsity & Other Results

Written by OUFC Webmaster. Posted in Uncategorized

Dear All,

With the pistes returned to Leon Paul this morning and the first post
Varsity training completed this evening, it seems like the right time to
reflect a little on the weekend.

The day began with a very close defeat for the Men’s seconds and a hard
fought match for the Women’s Blues which narrowly didn’t go our way
either.  However after another close defeat in the Women’s seconds
match, the Men’s Blues prevented all the silverware from going to the
Other Place with an exciting 124 – 118 victory to close the day.