Latest News from UKSAA


Latest Covid-19 guidance from ArcheryGB What am I allowed to currently do? and BUCS Return to Play

  • "The best laid schemes" - new editorial article, with a bit more detail on the archery.wiki project and Facebook photo competition. No further announcements have been made regarding BUCS Indoor, BUTC or the E-League yet. [25/Jan/21 17:30]

  • archery.wiki is a new open-source resource for archery and they are on the look out for more contributors, particularly in and around the student archery community. It is community driven and independent but it is being supported by World Archery. [22/Jan/21 16:00]

  • In the absence of archery competition, a photo competition is being run on the UKSAA Facebook page. Dredge your photographic records and submit your photos of indoor student archery competitions by 15th February. Submissions must be in the form of replies to the original UKSAA page Facebook post, where you can also read the "rules". [20/Jan/21 15:00]

  • "Match Postponed" - newly updated editorial article, looking at the options facing tournament organisers in light of the latest Covid-19 restrictions. In an update today, BUCS said they will not be running any individual events before 1st March. [13/Jan/21 16:00]

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York 19th Jan
Queen Mary 18th Jan
Central Lancashire 15th Jan
Dundee 20th Nov
Oxford 17th Nov

Welcome to the United Kingdom Student Archery Association (UKSAA) website. The UKSAA is an independent, informal website. It was created to help disseminate information within the UK's university archery community. Every member of a university archery club and anyone else who wishes to help can consider themselves a member of the UKSAA. The UKSAA's email address is .

UKSAA tries to cover all the UK's university archery competitions and their results, both national (BUCS Indoor, Outdoor, the E-League and BUTC) and regional (SSS, BUTTS, SWWU, NEUAL and SEAL). The site also has editorial articles, a season-long competition calendar and a club directory, with contact information from the UK's university archery clubs.

If you have some news or information or if you have any ideas for the site, don't just sit there thinking "what a good idea, if only they did that", get in touch. Send an email to and do something about it.

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