General Information:

UTS Fencing Club is one of the most successful and competitive fencing club in Oceania. It is the home to current and past Australian National Representatives, Commonwealth, National and State Champions and many more NSW representatives. All three Olympic fencing weapons (foil, epee and sabre) are practised at the club.

Our coaches are of world-class standard, and Membership to the UTS fencing club gives you the opportunity to take individual lessons from them.

As a progressive club, we are always on the move to produce the next generation of champions. We encourage all UTS students who have a passion for our sport to fence and train with the club regardless of their levels.

For those students with no previous fencing experience, the club offers beginners’ and intermediate fencing classes at the start of each semester. Some of the finest Australian fencers are products of the university system. And because fencing is fun, you don’t have to be a competition-fencer to enjoy the sport.

There are social events throughout the year where you will also have the opportunity to meet and socialise with students from other Australian universities. These events include the Australian Universities Games and the Australian Eastern Universities Games.

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Mission and Vision Statements:

Mission Statement

The University of Technology Fencing Club is a sporting club administered by UTS union members for the benefit of UTS and the wider community. The club provides a safe, friendly and supportive environment for members to participate and pursue sporting excellence. It serves to enrich students’ experience at the university, enabling them to actualize their full personal and sporting potentials, and provides opportunities for all to represent the university and their country at the highest level in fencing.

Vision Statement

To Be Amongst The World’s Best.

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Location and Training Hours:

The UTS Fencing Club trains at the UTS Sydney Boys High Gym, Cleveland Street, Moore Park.

The venue is very close to the intersection of Cleveland Street and South Dowling Street, and there is an off street car park available, free of charge for members.

There are a number of bus services available from Central station. Catch any bus passing Cleveland Street from Eddy Avenue.

Training times:

Monday: 5.45pm – 8.15pm;
Wednesday: 6pm -10pm;
Saturday: 3pm – 6pm;