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  • We train armed and unarmed combat systems, using historical weapons and modern protection equipment,


  • We validate our technique via sparring, regularly taking part in national and international competitions,

The German School of Fencing is the historical system of combat taught in the Late Medieval, Renaissance and Early Modern periods (14th to 17th centuries). Despite the name, the German school of fencing was widely practised throughout whole Europe as an extremely effective and universal martial art system. It comprises armed and unarmed combat techniques such as grappling & wrestling (ringen), fighting with various medieval weapons such as longsword, dagger, the short sword with or without a buckler, sabre (dussack, messer) and the staff weapons (polearms).