WELCOME to the home of archery in the Western Cape Province

Archery can be enjoyed by virtually anyone regardless of physical ability and facilities are available for both outdoor and indoor shooting. Archery appeals to participants who might otherwise not get involved in recreational activities and is indeed a sport for all.

Archery has many valuable lessons which transfers into other recreational activities, it:
– instills confidence,
– increases attention span,
– fosters a willingness of participants to try other sports activities.

Starting the sport couldn’t be easier. All you need to do is find a club in your area, give the listed contact a call and arrange a time that you can be introduced to the sport. Beginner classes are normally held on a Saturday and take a few hours. The classes are designed to introduce you to the sport. All equipment will be provided and matched as closely as possible to your build. Clubs will discourage you from buying your own equipment, at least for a few months, due to the nature of the sport, and club equipment is of a high standard to get you started.

Take your first steps, simply contact a club secretary and have fun!

The SA National Archery Association(SANAA) and the Regional Governing Body, the Western Cape Archery Federation (WCAF), conduct regular tournaments and events. Many of these tournaments are registered with World Archery (the International Target Archery Federation) and IFAA (the International Field Archery Association) which allows archers to claim Performance Awards as well as World Records in the various disciplines.

For more information regarding the disciplines, please click on the relevant link below.

World Archery South AfricaIFAA_logoASAKF

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Western Cape Archery Federation added 2 new photos.Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 at 6:22pm
Prof inspecting the butts in preparation for the arrival of participants of the 67th SA Outdoor Nationals (WA) at Marks Park. Travel safe everyone. It's going to be a great event.
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Western Cape Archery FederationMonday, April 24th, 2017 at 10:22am
SANIAC 2017 has just concluded with the SANAA Outdoor Nationals (WA) this coming end of week. Terence Van Moerkerken reports from Marks Park, where he is hard at work preparing for outdoors, that the field crew is hard at work making sure that all is in order for the championships.
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Western Cape Archery Federation added 8 new photos — with Estelle Jacobs and 2 others.Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 2:05pm
Some more pics from WCAF archers that represented the province with excellent performances at SANIAC 2017. Well done to all.
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Western Cape Archery Federation added 2 new photos — with Estelle Jacobs.Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 1:46pm
News from SANIAC 2017. Terence Van Moerkerken with 288, Henk Brummer 270, Marie-Louise Vermeulen 252, and our world champ from Romania Estelle Jacobs sharing a 300/300 result with Agnita Worst. Will only know the final ranking when all the sessions are combined. Well done archers!
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Western Cape Archery Federation added 6 new photos.Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 12:49pm
Photographs supplied by Terence Van Moerkerken who is part of the contingent from the WCAF taking part in the SA National Indoor Championships (IFAA) in the Joni Bach Sports Centre. The province wishes all archers true flight arrows. We eagerly await news of your good results.
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Western Cape Archery Federation shared The South African National Archery Association's post.Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 at 7:34pm

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