The Leicestershire and Rutland Archery Association (L&RCAA) was formed in May 1950 and is run by volunteers from different archery clubs within the county. The County committee meets once a month (except July) at the Kirby Muxloe Sports Club.

If you are a club within Leicestershire and Rutland, you are entitled to appoint a representative to come along to the meetings and report back to your club.

We extend a very warm welcome to any archer within the county and we are anxious to dispel any fears you may have about coming to the meetings. It is a good opportunity to meet socially with your fellow archers and to hear how county business is conducted.


Tournament workshop

A tournament workshop is to be held on Tuesday 16th June, from 8pm at Kirby Muxloe sports and village club, Ratby Lane, Kirby Muxloe LE9 2AQ.

The aim of the workshop is to give guidance to clubs that wish to run an open competition and don't know where to start, there will experts on hand to answer questions on judging, scoring with a demo of the IANSEO scoring software, being a tournament organiser etc.  

The Danage timing equipment will also be available to be demonstrated on the night. There is no charge for county affiliated archers/clubs to attend this workshop.

County Classification Badges

The county operates a classification scheme for all L&RCAA archers. Please see the County Classification Badges document for details of how to make a claim.

Inter-county Field Shoot

We have been approached by Northamptonshire County Archery Society about the possibility of a field shoot between the two counties. If you would like to register your interest, please email  the County Captain, Peter Curnock (captain@lrcaa.org).