Vill du lära dig att fäktas med riktiga svärd direkt från manualer skrivna av fäktmästare på medeltiden fram till 1800-tal?
Kom och testa på historisk kampkonst i vår nya lokal på EA Rosengrens Gata 4, den 21:a januari kl. 18:00!
Mer detaljer finns på Facebook-eventet:
Den 22:a augusti har vi Prova-på-kväll igen. Kom och testa de kurser som sedan har nybörjarintag: Långsvärd, sabel, svärd & bucklare samt medeltida brottning. Mellan prova på-tillfällena kommer vi även ha uppvisningar av de olika vapenslagen.
Vi håller till i vår vanliga lokal på Bruksgatan 17 i Majorna och 18.00 börjar det.
Länk till Facebook-eventet finns här
GHFS received the prestigious award for Club of the Year, at the annual martial arts gala, hosted by the Swedish budo and martial arts federation (SB&K).
Every year Swedish martial artists gather in the beautiful Berns salonger to celebrate the achievements of Swedish martial arts. To win an award means getting the recognition the world of martial arts. Martial artists from Thai boxing, MMA, BJJ, Glima and several other martial arts were represented among the nominees. GHFS was nominated for two awards – Club of the year and Head Instructor Anders Linnard was nominated for Champion of the year. Carl Ryrberg from Örebro HEMA was nominated for Leader of the year, making HEMA represented in no less than three categories. Out of these three, GHFS won Club of the year. A great achievement and a huge step for HEMA in Sweden.
The motivation for the award was:
“This club has arguably the best practioners in the world. It also organises the world’s biggest event in this art. The club was also a driving force in making the sport becoming more professional and that the art should join the Swedish Budo & Martial Arts Federation. The club also won two historical Swedish championship golds, when HEMA last year held its first Swedish Championship ever.”
You can watch the award ceremony at:
GHFS award starts at 2:25
Welcome to our new website!
It’s been a while since we made an update on the site, we have had more important things to focus on. Like getting a new hall. But now it is here. A new site, showing off the new logo.
We hope you enjoy it!
We were tired of the old logo and wanted something that better conveyed what GHFS is. The new logo features a golden lion rampant holding a shield with three crowns on a blue background. This is pretty much the old heraldic weapon of the city of Gothenburg. But the city has changed it to a modern atrocity, so we felt it was time to go back to the roots. The modern logo of Gothenburg also shows a lion fleeing, so we fixed that 😉
With this new logo we have also adopted A verbis ad verbera as our motto. It means from words to blows, and what could be more fitting for a HEMA club?
- GHFS takes two golds, two silvers at first ever Swedish national championship!
Hosted in Uppsala by SvHEMAF, the Swedish HEMA Federation, HEMASM 2015 was the first ever official national HEMA championship worldwide. Tournaments weere held in womens longsword, open longsword, rapier & dagger and sabre.
GHFS won both gold and silver in womens longsword (Julia Yli-Hukka and Weronica Odsvik) and in Open Longsword (Anders Linnard and Jonathan Wilkins). In sabre, Andreas Engström placed 4th.
Congratulations to all participants and especially our medalists!
Video of the bouts can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh8SpKZ5n5bo-Fookz10taw
- GHFS competitive success at Longpoint USA
Mikael Widegren claimed gold in wrestling, while Axel Pettersson took gold in both Rapier & Dagger and Sword & Buckler aswell as bronze in Longsword and 4th place in the triathlon competition and in paired technique.
Congratulations to our fighters and many thanks to the Longpoint crew for a fantastic event.
- GHFS takes three gold, two silvers, one bronze at Örebro Open.
In the final installment of the Nordic Historical Fencing League 2015, Örebro Open, GHFS claimed silver in both open longsword and rapier & dagger through Axel Pettersson, as well as bronze in sabre through the same.
Julia Yli-Hukka took her second gold in womens longsword, also winning the overall Womens League.
The overall point tally of GHFS fencers over the year also meant that the club won the overall Team Tournament.
- GHFS takes two golds, one silver at Copenhagen Open
GHFS took two golds at Copenhagen Open in April, through Julia Yli-Hukka (Womens longsword) and Axel Pettersson (rapier & dagger). In addition, Anders Linnard took silver in the Open longsword division.
Copenhagen Open is a part of the Nordic Historical Fencing League. Videos from the tournament can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCly0qTVXiE8dOz_hQp5g7bw
- Videos from the latest GHFS Evening Academy