Learn a little about the history of fencing and our fencing program by watching video featuring retiring JFC Head Coach, Raul Toro. (Video Credit: Lindbergh Productions)
Coach Toro will be succeeded by Coach Princess Rashid officially on September 1, 2016.
The Jacksonville Fencing Club is an incorporated, not for profit, 501(c) (3) organization whose goal is to support the classical sport of fencing. The club has been in existence since the 1950’s and has a rich tradition of excellence in its instruction. The club has had many champions among its ranks over the years and continues to do so. The club is open to ages 8 to 98 and offers a variety of opportunities for the novice up to the competitive fencer. We have trained many champions over the years. Our goal to provide you with the best training in the sport of fencing.
This is the home of Princess Rashid, the Women’s National Epee Champion in 2006. This is also home to Lance Tan, 2014 Pan Am Games Youth Foil Champion and 2016 Southeast Asia-Pacific Cadet Epee Champion.