"After all, victory should not mean too much. It is when you measure up to what you have got and have the ability to bring it out in yourself which should give you the real inner satisfaction."
              — Georgio Santelli (USFA Member Club since 1997)


Labor Day

Photo Credit Craig Becker


Closed Labor Day Monday Sept 1st

Registering now for Fall Classes Sept-Oct session!

All Ages Welcome!

Come on in and give it try!  Each trial time posted on the schedule is a start time for a short introduction offered to those who would like to give Fencing a try. 

This is an excellent opportunity if you think you have an interest in starting to train, develop and play at this exciting, fast and strategic  game of Fencing!

Monday        August 25th       3-5pm

Wednesday   August 27th       3-5pm

Saturday       August 30th       9-11am

Check the schedule Page for Trial Times!

First class September 8th!




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Visit us at the Portland Fencing Center and say "hello".  Sport fencing is very good for developing and maintaining coordination and muscle tone. 

Not only is sport fencing really good for your body and mind, it's just a whole lot of fun!  If you haven't tried fencing yet, check out our "Learn to Fence" classes and come in for an introductory lesson during our "open house" and sign up.

History of Sport Fencing

For many hundreds of years, proficiency with a blade was considered one of the essential skills of a well-educated individual, and the sword worn at the side was the hallmark of a gentleman.  From its practical origins, when matters of honor and politices were settled with cold steel, fencing has evolved into one of the most intense and challenging of modern sports, which, if less deadly, is every bit as exciting and demanding as the combat that preceded it.