Monday 15th February Registration, bow inspection, official practice and opening ceremony
Tuesday 16th February 4 sessions Indoor (PAA) Round
Wednesday 17th February 4 sessions Flint Round for first half of the competitors
Thursday 18th February 4 sessions Flint Round for second half of the competitors
Friday 19th February 4 sessions Indoor (PAA) Round
Saturday 20th February Closing Ceremony and Banquet
Click here for a brief description of the rounds.
EFAA formed in 1970 and some of those members are still shooting today. The EFAA currently has over 1000 members of all ages ensuring that we maintain the tradition of our ‘Family of Archers’ and accessibility for everyone.
The English Field Archery Association have hosted 2 WFAC’s, 2 EBHC’s and 7 EFAC’s, ensuring the team can provide a wealth of knowledge and experience and are excited at the opportunity to host an international indoor event for the first time.
Within the EFAA the team have ran a number of National events, Indoor and Outdoor.
Members of our organising team have been involved in the event teams for a number of other tournaments. These include being a games maker for the London Archery Olympic and Paralympic event, National series AGB Finals, European Archery Festival (Indoor), AGB Youth Festivals and a number of national level tournaments. In addition, members have taken lead roles in organising county and regional tournaments, a number of British University and College Sport Indoor and Outdoor events.
This sporting complex, located in Gillingham is a very accessible location in the south of England. The venue contains two large sports halls with a number of smaller rooms available for use. Hall 1 would provide room for 40 bosses, and accommodate both the Flint and Indoor round. Hall 2 would accommodate registration, trade stands and a 10 yard blank boss practice range. Hall two is also a potential venue for the opening and closing ceremony along with the awards and banquet. From this venue, archers are under an hour away from the centre of London via train.
Medway Park has a strong reputation as a quality venue for international, national and regional competitions.
The Modern Pentathlon World Cup in April 2010 was the first global sporting event to ever be hosted in Medway. Thousands of spectators enjoyed four days of competition as the world’s leading multi-sport athletes, including world and Olympic champions, did battle in the five events of fencing, swimming, horse riding, running and shooting.
Medway’s commitment to the promoting and staging the event, coupled with their wider legacy development of the sport, secured Medway the award for the Best Promoted Event of the Year, presented by the sport’s governing body the UIPM.
Such was the success of the event that Medway Park was chosen to host the 2011 Modern Pentathlon European Championships, an official Olympic qualification event.
The venue has also hosted a youth international basketball international test series, and is home to the national league basketball team, Medway Park Crusaders. Other events that took place in 2012 include a GB Wheelchair Rugby national finals weekend, a national basketball finals weekend and the British Transplant Games.
Kent, often called the "Garden of England" is on the southeast coast of England with first class transport links to Europe via the ports at Dover and Folkstone and the Channel Tunnel, to the rest of the world via close proximity to the London airports.
A County with a strong history, a saxon kingdom in its own right, home of Christianity in England, site of the Norman invasion, launch point and planning centre of the d-day landings to name a few.
Closer to the venue the castle at Rochester and the Chatham Royal Docks are worth a visit, at the back of the venue is the Royal Engineers Museum. Kent is famous for its hop production which is a key ingredient in the British beer industry.
Gillingham train station is within walking distance of the venue 40 minutes from their is London St Pancrass International and access to the capital, as well as international trains to the continent.