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It's easy to jump into fencing at Brooklyn Fencing Center. Just check out our class schedule and see which beginner group works for your schedule and sign up online. Spring classes begin Jan 2.

Fencing is a unique sport, rich in history, that offers something for everyone! It challenges you mentally and physically in a way that few pastimes can. Not so keen on team sports? Fencing lets you shine on your own merits, and you'll still make new friends along the way. And if you're thinking college acceptances, fencing is great for filling out the resume (or even getting a little extra attention from some schools). Plus your seven-year-old can continue to enjoy fencing--even competition--till she's seventy-plus. Not too many sports can say that.

  • Confidence
  • Coordination
  • Commitment
  • Focus
  • Patience
  • Respect

And most of all, it's fun!
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Founded in 2003, Brooklyn Fencing Center is proud to be Brooklyn's oldest competitive fencing club. As seen on:


We are OPEN and classes run as scheduled over Memorial Day weekend. If you will miss your regular class over the holiday weekend, please speak with the desk to arrange a make-up.

Summer fencing camps are open for registration; register and pay by 6/1 for a discount.

Spring 2018 class schedule & registration >

3-week total beginners yoga group starts 5/30.

May 20 C & Under / E & Under Foil

June 3 - Youth Foil

Mar 24 - Y14 / Unclassified Foil

Mar 25 - Y12 / Y10 / Y8 Foil

Apr 7 - Unclassified Foil

More results >

Congrats, Brooklyn fencers!

Rolando was 8th in Vet 40 MF at National Championships in Salt Lake City, July.

Baltimore NAC: Wynne was 8th in Div III WF. Fedde was 11th in Div II WF and John 14th in Div III MF. Rolando earned a gold medal in Vet MF Team.

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