Archery is a fast growing and fun Olympic and Paralympic sport for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy.
There are many ways you can get involved and progress in the sport as an archer, leader, coach, judge or club volunteer.
Have-a-go events and beginners courses are regularly organised within clubs, youth groups, schools and holiday camps so even if you have never tried archery before, there are lots of ways to give it a go in a friendly environment.
is the sport’s governing body in the UK. Since April 2010, Archery GB has been able to assemble a small staff development team as a result of funding from Sport England. This is an exciting time for Archery as the development plan is implemented, which will take the sport to 2013.
The development team is responsible for providing support to developing clubs, supporting schools better to deliver archery and introducing new young people to the sport, and improving the capacity of the sport through the development and support of coaches and volunteers.Hampshire Archery Association
(HAA) supports and promotes archery in Hampshire and offers advice to anyone interested in giving the sport a go. There are over 50 archery clubs in Hampshire and most offer beginners courses. If you interested in trying archery, get in touch with one of the clubs through the HAA website
or the Sport Hampshire & IOW Find a Club