Latest News from UKSAA

  • "Regions readying for 23/24 - new editorial article published. Article takes a quick look around at the regional leagues as they prepare for the 2023/24 season. Also a reminder to please contact UKSAA by any channel if you see anything out of date in the Club Directory. [19/Sep/23 16:30]

  • Tom Underhill (Surrey) has been confirmed by BUCS as taking up the role of Virtual Competitions on the BUCS EMG. This means he will be running this season's E-League. Assuming there are no changes to the E-League's competitive structure, the scoring window for Round 1 of the E-League runs from 1st September to 31st October. Round used is a Portsmouth. [11/Sep/23 13:00]

  • Window to shoot scores for the Summer Rankings competition has now closed. Scores can be submitted until the end of September. Full details are in the Summer Rankings section. In summary, you must submit three scores. They must be standard, Outdoor rounds with a of minimum 6 dozen arrows. They must have been shot between April and August. [01/Sep/23 15:30]

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Swansea 27th Sep
Central Lancashire, Keele, Lincoln,
Warwick & York 22nd Sep
Aberdeen, Bangor, Derby,
Plymouth & Queens 19th Sep
Strathclyde 11th Sep
Hull & Manchester 7th Sep

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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