Northwest Fencing Center
Oregon’s premier location for epee and foil fencing
NWFC began as a group of dedicated fencing athletes and quickly grew to become a pioneer of fencing in Oregon. Today, we continue to grow and are known as an international training and competition hub.
In 2022, we moved to our new facility in Tigard, Oregon, designed and built just for us. With 21 strips, a cushioned flooring system, and all-new gear, we can’t wait to see where this step takes us next.
Our Coaches and Administrative Staff are dedicated to providing a supportive, inspiring, and fun atmosphere. Our goal is to foster a love of the sport and the growth of the athlete, both on the strip and off.
At NWFC, we are a community of friends, colleagues, and athletes. We are committed to providing the best possible instruction for you or your athlete in an encouraging, yet challenging environment.
Membership, Classes, and other Changes for the 23-24 Season
We have made changes to our membership requirements, class prices, and class schedules.
NWFC Provides Foil and Epee Fencing…
Fencing Classes for Beginners
Intro Sessions for all ages!
We have Intro Sessions for athletes of all ages! Fencing is a lifelong sport and we have members ages 7 to 70. If you or your child is interested in trying fencing, sign up for one of our 4-week Intro Sessions!
NWFC welcomes all to enjoy the sport of fencing. Reach out to the Front Desk for questions about fencing classes, camps, or training at our facility. Talk to a Coach for guidance on individual training.
Anika Kale started at NWFC at about eleven when her world was consumed by soccer, music, and robotics. A kid’s mention of fencing at a theater camp captured Anika’s imagination so completely, she could think of little else. One trial lesson later, she was hooked. Not only did she discover her sport but she found her other home, her other family, and her tribe.
Wendy Du has been fencing for four years and trains competitively in epee. She really enjoys the mental and physical aspects of the sport and it has really allowed her to grow as a person. She hopes to continue fencing lifelong and support younger generations in the fencing community. Wendy also enjoys volunteering activities and has co-founded her own non-profit organization, Beats of Bethany, to empower youth to serve the community through varying art forms.
Ready to start fencing?
Register for a class! Use the Training Scheduler to add the class to your cart, then checkout. If you have more questions contact the Front Desk. Complete the registration questions, then you’re ready to start fencing at NWFC!