Archery GB is the national governing body for the sport of archery.Find out more
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Archery has a long and rich history in Islam, Project Rimaya aims to empower Muslim communities to learn and feel inspired through sport.Find out more
There are many ways to get involved in archery from joining your local club and becoming a member of Archery GB to volunteering.Find out more
Safeguarding is the preventative measures that Archery GB and our affiliated clubs and organisations take to keep children, young people and adults at risk safe.Find out more
Whether on the shooting line or in the clubhouse, we want everyone to feel they belong.Read Article
"We are sending a small but powerful team to compete, and I can’t wait to be a part of it.”Read Article
236 archers from 21 counties met at The National County Team Championships to go head-to-head across all bow types to compete for their local county.Read Article
"Congratulations to everyone who took part," says Katy Cumming, National Competitions and Volunteers Lead. "It's only our second year of the Summer Metrics and we've had a phenomenal response."Read Article
The 2022 Recognition Awards were held at Lilleshall on Saturday 24 September, an event dedicated to celebrating the individuals and organisations that make our sport so special.Read Article
"I see the NTDP as probably one of the biggest benefits of Archery GB membership for youth archers. The archers get a full day of coaching and fitness training, with additional sessions on nutrition and mental preparation."Read Article
"All in all, it was a great week of competition at the beautiful venues of Stroncone, high above the city of Terni, and the Carsulae Archaeological Site."Read Article
"To win this three times, just to win it once was fantastic. I was hoping I was going to do it, but I still wasn't expecting three times in a row, so I could not be happier right now."Read Article
"It's lovely to be back at Wollaton Hall, and being on top of the stage, I love it. That little bit of raised elevation, it just gives you a bit more buzz, a bit more thrill, there's nothing I like more than that."Read Article
"To come away with a bronze individually and a silver for the team event is just the combination of a fantastic year."Read Article
A guide to the different types of archery available and the bows you can use. Field, target, indoor, 3D, flight, clout and para archery can all be shot using recurve bows, compound bows, longbows or barebows.Find out more
Target archery is the type of archery practiced at the Olympics, and is the version most beginners learn first. Archers shoot a set number of arrows at targets set at specified distances on a flat surface.
A field archery course is set up over woodland and rough terrain. Archers shoot a specified number of arrows at different targets in sequence.
Flight archery is shooting an arrow over the longest possible distance. There is no target, but it does require a very large, flat area - something the size of an aerodrome.
Clout archery is an ancient form of archery that was used as military training in the Middle Ages. The target is the clout, which is a small flag on a vertical stick, stuck in the ground and placed up to 160 metres away.