London Region’s CAPITAL OPEN

Jean Brown Arena, Redbridge Sports and Leisure Centre, Forest Road, Barkingside, Essex IG6 3HD

The Jean Brown Arena is the modern stand-alone building which was purpose built for the 2012 Olympics and is to be found at the rear of the Sports complex.

Nearest London Underground station Fairlop (Central Line) approx. 5 minutes walk

Plentiful On-Site Parking at only £2 for the full day

DATE Saturday Ist December 2018


Open to all fencers, British or foreign, who are ‘Compete’ members of BF or hold a licence from the appropriate governing body.

Foreign fencers who are not members of BF will be required to present their licence at check in.
All fencers must be over 13 on the day of the competition.

Entry for members of British Fencing  is on line through Sport80. The entry fee is £35.

Non-UK fencers who are not members of British Fencing will need to enter by completing an online payment and contacting Hazel Herbert on  and providing full name, contact number, email, weapon, gender, date of birth and licence number.

Any student entering as a member of their university club may claim a £5 cash refund at check in on production of their current Student Union card

Midnight Sunday 25th November 2018.

Late entry at £55 may be permitted at the discretion of the organisers until Midnight Wednesday 28th November 2018.

One round of poules plus DE.

Refreshments: There is a café at the Jean Brown Arena
An armoury service will be available.

ENQUIRIES Hazel Herbert on or +44 7964 176450

DISCLAIMER: The organisers, “London Region Fencing”, and its officers, can accept no responsibility for any loss of equipment/property, damage to persons or property. Fencers must arm, equip and clothe themselves at their own responsibility and risk. The competition will be run in accordance with BFA safety guidelines. Clothing and equipment must conform to BFA rules. Fencers failing to adhere to these rules will not be permitted to compete, nor will their fees be refunded. The organisers reserve the right to change the organisation and running of the competition for efficiency and/or safety reasons

OnLine Entry – UK Entries via Sport:80 OnLine Entry – Non-UK Entries