About the Club
The Edmonton Fencing Club was founded in 1930 by a group of dedicated volunteers and enthusiasts. At the time, fencing was relatively unknown in Edmonton, but the founders' passion for the sport was contagious, and it quickly began to grow in popularity. Today, we are proud to be one of the largest and most active fencing clubs in the country.
We offer a wide range of fencing programs and classes, suitable for both recreational and competitive fencers. Whether you are just starting out or are an experienced competitor, we have the resources and expertise to help you reach your full potential. From group lessons to private coaching and competitive opportunities, we have something for everyone.
As a registered not-for-profit organization, we strive to make fencing accessible to everyone in our community. We believe that fencing is more than just a sport, it's also an art, and a great way to stay active and have fun.
Our facility includes:
5,000 square feet
10 electric pistes
Hardwood gym floors & metal pistes
Ample free parking
Showers and change rooms
Lobby and locker room
Meet the Team
As the Head Coach of the Edmonton Fencing Club, Jujie Luan brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the team. A 1984 Olympic gold medallist and four-time Olympian, Jujie is a true champion in the world of fencing. Her impressive record also includes four Canadian national championships, and her participation in the 2008 Beijing Olympics at age 50 serves as a testament to her dedication and passion for the sport. With over 35 years of fencing experience and 25 years of coaching experience, Jujie is a respected and admired leader among both parents and fencers alike. As a wife and mother, she is a role model for all who know her, and continues to inspire and motivate the next generation of fencers.