In the heart of Downtown Fayetteville, NC
We dare you not to love it.
Fencing Academy About The
We provide instruction and training for beginning, new, advanced, recreational and competitive fencers. The All-American Fencing Academy’s goals is to introduce fencing to youth, teens, and adults interested in starting a new hobby and physical activity as well as training competitors to compete at the state and national level.
“We dare you not to love it”
Beginner Classes Start
Experience is NOT needed! Equipment is provided! The only requirement is the want to learn and have fun! We provide beginner classes for all new students. Classes are available for youth (starting at age 7), teen, and adults. Many of our fencers are recreational, some are competitive. Come visit and watch a class!
“We all played swords”
Walk-In Classes Fourth Friday
During Downtown Fayetteville’s Fourth Fridays, the All-American Fencing Academy hosts Walk-In Classes for anybody that wants to get a taste of a fencing classes before signing up for a full month. Walk-In Classes are only $10. No experience or equipment required. Great for families and friends, see you there!
USA FENCING CLUB
The All-American Fencing Academy is an official registered school of USA Fencing and the North Carolina Division of USA Fencing.
We are committed to creating a safe and positive environment for athletes’ physical, emotional and social development, and to ensuring that it promotes an environment free of misconduct.
USA FENCING CLUB OF EXCELLENCE
The All-American Fencing Academy is named by USA Fencing as a 2019-2020 Club of Excellence.
The All-American Fencing Academy is voted 2020 Fayetteville Observer’s Reader’s Choice for Fayetteville’s Martial Art’s Studio.
Beginner Classes Book your date
Give us a call or e-mail us now to learn about how to start beginner classes
or our “Walk-In Fourth Friday” classes!
Fencing provides great exercise, you get a chance to meet new friends, you learn a new skill, and it’s a great conversation starter. Kids apply discipline and problem solving skills learned at home and school; adults get to network in a small community. Our fencers learn how to succeed both in winning and in failure; teen fencers can continue to collegiate varsity programs. And let’s face it, we love to play with swords.
News and Announcements
Yes, you heard that correctly, and October Tournament AND a Swap Meet. Actually, the Swap Meet isn’t limited to just during the tournament. But more on that later. October 23, 2021 TournamentThis is an unsanctioned event for our fencers to get some tourney practice in this month, and our referees to get some practice in. […]
I know this is kind of a late announcement, but Gabe is home for fall break from college and will be at the fencing club with Coach Gerhard at 9am for about 2 hours working out and fencing. Well, probably more fencing than working out, but let me call it working out to make Coach […]
Congrats to Isabelle and Max who both competed in the Apex Regional Youth Circuit over the weekend. Isabelle seeded 9th coming out of the pools, losing only 1 bout but lost her first elimination and dropped to 17th overall finish. Max finished with 1 win in the pools, and a finish of 22nd. He even […]
Congrats to the fencers who competed over the weekend! We had a pretty good tournament over the weekend with a pretty decent showing. Thanks also to our referees that kept things running! Our champions this weekend were Max, Isabelle, and Holden. Keep trying tournaments! The more experience you get, the more things make sense, you’ll […]