Once you have downloaded the app you will never have to worry about whether you have the latest version of the FIE rules to hand.
British Fencing will prioritise keeping the rules on the app up to date in order that you can in turn be kept up to date with the latest international rule changes from the FIE.
When an update is published all you need to do is click on the red exclamation mark that will appear on the app main screen on the Download Rulebooks icon to download the latest files.
To have a sneak peak of the app then please check out this short (44 seconds) video:
The app (for mobile and tablets) includes the following features:
1) Fully searchable rules. Easily search the rules using a keyword (e.g. Mask) or rule number (e.g. T14).
2) Quick browse. Scroll through the rule books with ease viewing a summary of each rule. Once you find the rule you need, simply click and view the full rule.
3) Detailed penalty information. Information about penalties is laid out clearly and if you click on a penalty it will show the related rules. This allows you to simply click on the rule number and go straight to the rule to find out further information.
To download the app please click the store of your choice below and don’t forget to share your feedback.
Your feedback will be used to update the app and we hope you find the app useful.
British Fencing will review the app quarterly and following any international rule changes.
The latest full version of the FIE rules split into downloadable sections in PDF format
You can download the latest full versions of the rules from below. The rules are split into downloadable sections in PDF format.
DECEMBER 2017: DECISIONS AT THE 2017 CONGRESS
Note: Restructured versions of books t. and o. of the Rules will be in use from the start of January, 2018 (a restructured book m. will follow at a later date).
This list of Rule changes has been formatted to make it easy for anyone up-dating the printed ver sion to cut-and-paste items into their book.
References to articles in this document therefore give both the old and, in red, new restructured article numbers.