Member Hub

Information for current NWFC Athletes

The Member Hub is where you can find information about our Pro Shop, useful Documents, Updates and Club News, and more.


Class Schedule:

NWFC Pro Shop

Equipment Lists | Team Warmups | Athlete & Fan Gear

Member Hub Equipment List Information

Equipment Lists

Rather than ask that new fencers buy all their own equipment to start, we require our fencers to have specific pieces of equipment in order to graduate to certain class levels. As they improve they will slowly gather all that they need to be competition ready.

NWFC Team Warmups

Team Warmups

Get your own personalized NWFC Member Warmups here! Fill out a form and give it to the Front Desk to place an order. We’ll let you know once it’s ready!

*Warm-up uniforms (jackets & pants) must be worn on all podiums (local, regional, national).

Squad Locker Portal

Squad Locker

Squad Locker is a service we use to offer Club Gear to anyone. Use the online store to buy hoodies, tee shirts, and more – all representing NWFC! When you purchase gear using Squad Locker, NWFC will receive a portion of the proceeds.

“How do I get my last name on the back of my jacket or lamé?”

All fencers are required to have their last name on their uniform, either on the back of the jacket/lamé or the rear thigh of the knickers, at all National and International Events.

We recommend all our athletes use Marx Enterprises to stencil their names on their uniforms. Owned by long-time fencer and NWFC Member Bob Marx himself, Marx Enterprises can be trusted.

Marx Enterprises is an independent business and is not employed or operated by the employees of NWFC.

USA Fencing Rules

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See official rules about uniforms, athlete behavior, and more event regulations from USA Fencing.

Donate to support

Donate to support our Financial Aid Program!

The Financial Aid program is made possible thanks to generous donations from our community members. NWFC is a 501(3)c not-for-profit organization. With their help, fencing is becoming more accessible than ever before in the PNW.

Donations to NWFC

Financial Aid

NWFC awards grants and scholarships to approved athletes of all ages

The Northwest Fencing Center Financial Aid program is available to current fencers.

You must complete the 4-week Intro Session before applying for Financial Aid.

When designing the program, we wanted to keep access, fairness, and confidentiality close in mind. Applying is easy, and information is not seen by staff or coaches.

Read more about NWFC’s Financial Aid Program.

Registration Portals

Camps | Classes | Private Lessons

Visit AskFRED


Use AskFRED to register for:

  • Pacific Northwest Cups
  • Local Competitions
  • State Tournaments
Training Scheduler NWFC Member Class registration portal

Training Scheduler

Use the Training Scheduler to register, book, and pay for:

  • NWFC Membership
  • All Classes
  • Private Lessons


& Club News:

Member Updates & Club News
Marcus Strugar
Marcus Strugar

Marcus Strugar has a deep-seated passion for wellness, bodybuilding, and fencing, and enjoys wrestling. He began his fencing journey at the age of 8, inspiring his sister Steliana to take up the sport as well. Together, they share a love for sports and enjoy traveling, exploring new places and competitions.

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Emily Howard
Emily Howard

Emily Howard has been fencing for the past 7 years. Over these 7 years, she says, “I have grown as both a person and a fencer. I absolutely love fencing and am so grateful for the friends I’ve made over the years. The guidance that I have received is invaluable and irreplaceable. I wouldn’t trade the memories I’ve made for anything.”

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Mahala Lambert
Mahala Lambert

Mahala Lambert started fencing 10 years ago when she was only 8. Her big brother was having so much fun so she decided to try it and quickly grew to love it too. Mahala fenced foil and competed in local, regional, and national competitions.

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Fencer Spotlight: Alesia
Fencer Spotlight: Alesia

Northwest Fencing spotlights fencers who not only are great athletes, but also help to make the fencing community united, welcoming, and supportive. Without further ado, allow us to introduce you to Alesia! 

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NWFC Loves our  volunteers!


NWFC wouldn’t be the club it is today without help from its volunteers. They help run tournaments and special events, supporting the club in many ways.

When you volunteer at NWFC you will learn more about fencing, meet other members of the community, and help develop the sport of fencing. We encourage all members of the NWFC community to volunteer, whether they are athletes, parents, or friends.

Read more about Volunteering at NWFC.

For Parents:

Our articles ‘For Parents’ cover topics like where to put your child’s patch, how our class graduation process works, and more.

If there’s something you’d like to see here, let us know!

Fencer Spotlight: Alesia
Fencer Spotlight: Alesia

Northwest Fencing spotlights fencers who not only are great athletes, but also help to make the fencing community united, welcoming, and supportive. Without further ado, allow us to introduce you to Alesia! 

read more
Announcing the Athena Project!
Announcing the Athena Project!

Announcing The Athena Project! The Athena Project is an all-new Northwest Fencing Center initiative. Designed to support women and girls in fencing, the program will bring together athletes of all ages and skill levels for an exclusive training experience. The key to this support is the creation of women-only fencing spaces that transcend age groups.

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For more information about life at Northwest Fencing Center check out our FAQ page. If you need further help, contact the Front Desk. Either call during open hours or email us directly and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.