Latest News from UKSAA


  • Royal Holloway will join SEAL in 2019/20, bringing that league up to 15 teams. Stephen Fawcett returns for an eighth season as SEAL organiser. [20/Aug/19 13:30]

  • "August Update" - new editorial article, reviewing how you can correctly enter scores for the Student National Rankings, the state of the E-League and also results from an informal WA720 hosted by Bristol. [13/Aug/19 17:00]

  • The next meeting of the BUCS EMG, the Events Management Group, is scheduled for 1st September. There have also been two changes to the make up of the EMG. Ben Horner has replaced Kieran Dexter in charge of the BUCS Indoor Finals, with Adam Trott taking on Horner's former role as BUCS Indoor Northern Regional Qualifying organiser. [24/Jul/19 15:00]

  • "Neapolitan tiro con l'arco" - new editorial article, reviewing results from the Summer Universiade that took place in Naples. Includes details of some new and some old All Unis records. The next Summer Universiade will take place in Chengdu, in China in August 2021. [22/Jul/19 16:30]

  • SWWU have published a website for the first time, called the SWWUniverse, see the link in the SWWU section of this site. There is also a new SWWU email address, Twitter and Instagram accounts. For 2019/20, there are/will be not one but three new SWWU co-ordinators: Connor Williams (Exeter), Matt Butler (Swansea) and Tom Braxton (ex-Cardiff). [22/Jul/19 12:30]

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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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