English Longbow Championships 2016
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Check back here regularly to find out what's going on at English Archery Federation.

3rd Feb  2020


Cut off Dates for 2020 - See Junior and Senior Target Pages

18th Oct  2019


Teams announced for the Senior and Junior indoor Home Nations Matches

See Senior or Junior Target Pages

8th Aug 2019


Report and results of the 2019 Youth Festival can be found on the

Commonwealth Archery Europe / Euronations page

25th July 2019


Results of the English Longbow Championship 2019 can be found on the Longbow page with a message from the Chairman of Archery England

22nd July 2019


Report on the All British Field Championships an be found on the Field Page

20th July 2019

2019 National Indoor Championships


See Senior / Junior Target pages for details of rounds required and submission cut-off dates.

12th July 2019


Entry Form for the 2019 English Field Championships in September can be found on the Field Page

11th July 2019


Field Team Manager Appointed


The Archery England Committee are delighted to announce the appointment of Michaela Lake as the Team Manager for the Field Team England.  Not only as the Team Manager for the recent ABFC held in Northern Ireland, but also as a member of the Team.  The English Field Championships will be held in September and the entry form will be available on the Field Section of the Web-site to download.


See Field Page

11th July 2019



2019 Youth Festival - Mixed Team Event


Archery England has now entered WA Junior Teams (one compound and one recurve) for the Youth Festival Mixed Team event.
The team members for WA Junior Recurve are Jacob Reid and Hannah Evans.
The Compound team members are Lewis Haslam and Jenny Bryan.
The rationale behind their selection is explained below.


The Youth Commonwealth Championships has been prepared to reflect the Youth (Olympic and Commonwealth) International Format and the AGB Tournament Organiser introduced the 'Mixed Team event' to be held on the Tuesday of the Youth Festival. Junior mixed teams and cub teams were also possible but it was only the cadet teams to be selected for the (Euronations)Commonwealth Europe Championships


The AGB Tournament Organiser, on seeing the good response for Junior teams (up to the age of 20), has asked if the English Archery Federation could also enter a Junior mixed recurve and a Junior mixed compound team. (The next WA age group up). The Youth Festival will also host a cub pairs team event - Archery England does not select archers for this age category due to the policies on safeguarding.


In the limited time available to select a Junior Mixed Team for both Recurve & Compound the following proposal has been agreed by the Archery England Executive for this year only.


As no WA junior age scores were requested this year and WA recurve Juniors shoot 70m instead of 60m, the selection committee looked at scores submitted last year. There were some recurves who were in the team last year but were too old to apply for the cadet team this year and are now WA Juniors shooting 70m. The selection committee made their selection in line with EAF guidelines.


This selection process was not possible for the Compound team as last year there were no submissions available from compound archers who are now of WA Junior age .The selection committee has proposed that this year's compound cadet reserves be given the opportunity to be in the Junior team. As cadet and Junior compounds both shoot 50m there is not a problem of having to shoot a further distance as was the case with the recurve archers.


25th June 2019


2022 Commonwealth Games - Birmingham


It is with great disappointment I have to report that our bid to have Archery included as an optional sport, in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, was rejected. It is a regret and a frustration to have to convey this, as I know our bid was as strong and as comprehensive as it could have been; firmly and honestly addressing the Commonwealth Games Federation’s and the Birmingham Games Organisation’s, conditions and prerequisites. We convened the best Bid and Presentation teams, including Tom Dielen from World Archery, Hilda Gibson from Commonwealth Games England, Naomi Folkard, our current most outstanding English Archer and Neil Armitage from AGB, and I firmly believe it was not for lack of detail, focus or commitment that the bid failed. The bid was thorough and vibrant, and explained our sport’s commitment to diversity, inclusivity and legacy; along with the far reach that Archery has across the Commonwealth, its participation and engagement, the funding to stage and realise, and the benefits to Birmingham.


Despite the failure to be selected, I remain very proud of our bid demonstrating that we embarked upon and delivered the very best proposal we could.


A lot of work, meetings, conference calls and emails were undertaken during the better part of a year to draw the bid together and I would like to formally thank all those involved. My special thanks, however, go to Hilda Gibson, for without her experience and deep knowledge of the sport, along with her ambassadorial wisdom and professionalism, the bid would have been very much the lesser.

Finally, and notwithstanding my low mood at the outcome of the decision, I propose Archery’s very best wishes to all the sports selected and hope that they, and Birmingham, do England proud.


Marc Grady


Archery England

23rd June 2019


Team England change of members for the Senior Home Nations Match


See Senior Target Page

21st June 2019


Team England announced for the Senior Home Nations Match


See Senior Target Page

27th May 2019


The Archery England (EAF) 2019 Longbow Championship will take place once again at the Sherwood Archers shooting ground on Saturday 13 July 2019.


Go to the Longbow Page for the entry form

18th May 2019


Team England for the 2019 All British & Open Championships can be found on the Field page

4th May 2019


Entry form for the 2019 British Field Championships can be found on the Field page

25th April 2019


Team announced for Junior Home Nations Match

and Junior Commonwealth/Euronations

See Junior Target Page

15th March 2019

EAF Cut-off Date Change for Junior Home Nations Match


Change of EAF Cut-off date for the Junioir Home Nations Match to 9th April 2019


Junior Commonwealth/Euronations cut-off date remains unchanged at 2nd April 2019


See Junior Target Page

9th March 2019


2019 English Target Championships


The 2019 EAF Target Championships will take place on the 3rd August and form part of the 57th Cheshire Archery Association Weekend, hosted by Cheshire Archery Association and Neston Company of Archers.


The venue is Wirral Rugby & Cricket Club, Thornton Common Road, Clatterbridge, Wirral. CH63 0LT


Further details are available  on the Cheshire Archery association web site



Any club wishing to host the event in 2020 please contact the EAF Secretary.

Organisers will need to know by October 2019

6th February 2019


Cut off Dates for 2019 - See Junior and Senior Target Pages

16th January 2019




The 2019 dates for final submission of scores for selection for both Senior and Junior Teams will be
announced following the EAF Meeting on 2nd February 2019.


5th December 2018



The Team Selection Coordinators have advised that:


The 2019 dates for final submission of scores for selection for both Senior and Junior Teams will be announced following the EAF Meeting on 2nd February 2019.


Two new pages have been added to the website -


GDPR Statement

Social Media Protocols

4th December 2018




English Archery Federation moves forward with Archery England


At the EAF AGM held Saturday 24th November 2018, it was unanimously agreed and voted that the EAF market and promote the Federation under the term ‘Archery England’.


Chairman Marc Grady said, “I’m proud to announce that as we progress our bid for the inclusion of Archery into the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, the EAF is better served when dealing with government, local authority agencies and potential sponsors, in stating at the outset who we are and what we do. Archery England clearly does this.”


He went on to state, “No one should be concerned that we are losing the prestige and heritage that the EAF has built over the past four decades. The EAF still exists; we remain the federation of the English Regions, proudly wearing our familiar garter badge, it is simply that future communications and marketing will be under the banner of Archery England.”  


English archers can look forward to being selected to shoot for Archery England, new clothing designs, a new web page and a range of promotional and marketing paraphernalia in the months to come.

4th December 2018


Late Results - English Field Championships and John Hartfield memorial shoot
Daventry Rugby Club, Western Road, Daventry, Northamptonshire
Round: 24 unmarked & 24 Marked
19th and 20th May 2018


See Field Page

15th October 2018


Senior & Junior Teams Announced for the Home Nations Indoor Matches


See Senior & Junior Target Page



9th September 2018


Important Notice re English Crosses - Please see Crosses Page

1st August 2018


Results of the Junior Euronations match plus photos can be found on the Junior Target Page.

26th July 2018


Changes to Team England for the senior Home Nations match and Commonwealth Europe

- see senior target page

21st June 2018


Team England announced for the senior Home Nations match - see senior target page

11th June 2018

Changes to the Senior Commonwealth Europe/Euronation Team


Tom Hall has withdrawn from the team. David Timmins moves into the team and Tom Barber is the reserve for the Senior Gents Recurve team.


11th June 2018


Changes to the Junior Home Nations Team


Congratulations to Jenny Bryan who has been selected to represent GB at the European Youth Championships in Greece 26th June to 1st July.


Chloe A'Bear will now represent England at the Junior Home Nations match and Holly Hunter is now the reserve for the Junior Lady Compound team.

6th June 2018


Team England announced for the 2018 Senior Commonwealth Europe / Euronations

See Commonwealth Europe / Euronations or Senior Target Page

31st May 2018


British Field Championships - Home Nations - See Field Archery page for the results

17th May 2018


See Commonwealth Archry Europe / Euronations page for the 2018 Invitation pack. - Hosted by Sherwood Archers, Nottinghamshire - World Record Status - 17th -19th August 2018.


See Clout page for 2018 EAF Clout Championships to be hosted by Neston Co. of Archers on 26th August

20th April 2018


Junior England Teams announced for the 2018 Junior Home Nations Match

and the 2018 Junior Commonwealth Europe Championship.


See Junior Target page.

3rd April 2018




2018 Junior Commonwealth Archery Europe - Lilleshall


The Junior Commonwealth Europe competition will be held during the 2018 Youth Festival at Lilleshall . 

There will be a 6 doz round plus a mixed team event. On this occasion the round to be shot will be WA720 60m (recurve) and WA720m 50m (compound). 


The  Junior Commonwealth Europe competition event will be for Cadet archers only, Eligible Archers will be those who are under 17 years old or become 17 in 2018 ie they cannot become 18 in 2018 


18th March 2018


New forms for English Crosses added to the website (English Cross page).  These comply with the 2018 Data Protection regulation.

16th March 2018


Link to the 2018 Field Championships on the Field Page

21st January 2018


Revised Selection Criteria for Junior and Senior events have been added to the relevant pages.

Revised Score submission forms added to the Selection Criteria page for Junior and Senior events.

Updated FAQ's.


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