Fencing Ireland are available to support clubs in their quest to grow and develop not only their clubs but the sport and community of Fencing.
We offer various aspects of advise, equipment and training courses for clubs and work closely with Sport Ireland, the Local Sport Partnerships, Women in Sport and the school networks within the community. For more information please email us
In an effort to simplify our membership management Fencing Ireland are very excited to introduce you to our brand new Membership and Event system provided by GoMembership.
This system has been designed to enable members
- Renew their membership with FI
- Register / Pay for Competitions online
- Maintain their own member profile
- Associate themselves to YOUR club
There is an option for Irish Fencing Clubs to avail of a similar system through the CLUB PLUS programme within the Go Memebrship
The powerful yet simple-to-use CRM toolkit puts you in full control of your club administration no matter your club size. A streamlined and efficient management package that gives you more time to get back to playing the sport you love.
Club Plus is excellent Communication tool that will allow you stay in touch faster and more efficiently with your members
With the online payment system you can seamlessly run events and receive payment in advance giving you more time to coach and grow your club.
It integrates with the Fencing Ireland Management system so less paper work for you which will give you more time look after your existing members
Running a Competition
If you would like your event or competition listed on our website please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Before the Competition
Please email competition details and entry form and/or entry link to email@example.com for publication on Fencing Ireland Go Membership System. We will not facilitate any clashes with ranked FI or NIF events.
During the Competition
Fencers’ licence numbers must always be entered in Engarde or Fencing Time. Where a Fencing Ireland membership is offered, organisers may check the licence status using our Member Lookup.
Competition licences issued by other national governing bodies (e.g. the French Fencing Federation, British Fencing, etc) are acceptable for use in Irish competitions.
Please be aware that participation of any unlicenced fencers invalidates the competition’s insurance. It is therefore the responsibility of DT to ensure all fencers are properly covered by a current licence.
After the Competition
As soon as possible, please email the final classification in HTML format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This will enable the results of the competition to be uploaded on the website and will allow the rankings to be updated. Your co-operation is greatly appreciated.
Should any competition organiser not be clear about these instructions, please contact email@example.com for help.
Local Sport Partnership
Sport Ireland through its network of Local Sports Partnerships ( LSP) helps people to get active and removes barriers to sport and physical activity. They also work closely with all their local clubs to develop coaches and volunteers, providing training, courses, business forums and grants.
Women in Sport
The Women in Sport Programme was established in 2005 and to date over €19 million has been invested through National Governing Bodies and Local Sports Partnerships. A key aim of the programme is to have equal participation between males and females in sport. Fencing Ireland have benefited from this funding and are currently running a Refereeing Programme for one of our members. The Pathway to becoming a Referee is exciting and extremely rewarding. Should you know of a female in your club that may wish to discuss this opportunity please contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org