Want to learn to Fence with the best?

Want to learn to Fence with the best?

Blade Club offers some of the best coaches and sparring partners in the country, including Olympians and Olympic-level coaches, National coaches, and top athletes. Group training and individual lessons are available; as well as custom programs for elite fencers.

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Why do fencing?

Why do fencing?

We love this article written by CityOfGood.sg, which talks about Blade Club fencer and Singapore's first ever Epee Olympian, the home-grown Kiria Tikanah! For parents who are considering Fencing as a sport for their children, or adults who want to try their hand at some swordplay, check out the article!

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Fencing: Ages 4 and up!

Fencing: Ages 4 and up!

Our fencers range from ages 4 and up, all the way to veterans aged 60+. All are welcome; equipment will be provided for trial classes.

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Richard Kruse visited Blade Club

Richard Kruse visited Blade Club

Legendary Great Britain’s foilist Richard Kruse visited Blade Club @KP last Saturday, December 7th. 36-year-old fencer is making a stop by in Singapore on his way to Olympic qualification tournament in Tokyo, Japan. Richard participated in foil sparring with Blade Club teenagers and adults. He also had a word with the children and parents, answering

Blade Club Junior Invitational 2018

Blade Club Junior Invitational 2018 and November Youth Cup 2018

Blade Club is hosting the Junior Invitational 2018 on Deepavali, 6 November 2018! The Under-20 competition will be held on Tuesday (Public Holiday) at our Blade Club Tai Seng branch (#08-02 Citimac Industrial Complex, 605A MacPherson Road, Singapore 368240. Please also see our website at https://www.bladeclub.com.sg:88/blade-club-location/). The events for the U20 category on 6 November

Blade Club Fencers at the Asian Games 2018

Melaine and Kiria represented Singapore in the Asian Games 2018 Fencing competition, held in Jakarta, Indonesia in August. Melanie, representing Singapore in the Women Foil Team, came away with a historic Bronze medal, while Kiria and the Women Epee Team came very close to an upset against Japan but unfortunately finished 5th.