Z Fencing Los Angeles | Learn the Art of Focus

Contact Z Fencing Los Angeles

(213) 321-0683


3740 E Foothill Blvd. Pasadena CA 91107

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Our Mission is to nurture our young men and women with the sport of fencing and encourage the growth of honor, grace, and chivalry. We believe champions cultivate habits that help them succeed not only in sports but also in life.

Z Fencing Los Angeles is in the heart of Pasadena. We are easily accessible from the 210, 110, and 134 freeways and a quick commute from South Pasadena, Altadena, Sierra Madre, Eagle Rock, San Marino, Alhambra, Arcadia, Monrovia, San Gabriel, Temple City, Monterey Park, La Canada, La Crescenta, and Glendale.

In close partnership with Z Fencing, we are promoting the sport of fencing to the greater San Gabriel and San Fernando valley.

One hour youth sabre group classes for younger group (ages 6 to 10) are held Mon-Fri 6pm and Sat 10am.  Older youth group classes (ages 11 to 18) are Mon-Thu 7pm and Sat 9am.  Private/semi-private 30 minute lessons are also available for youth and adults by appointment on Mon-Fri evenings and Sat mornings.  Open fencing sessions are held on Tue & Thu 8pm-10pm and Sat 10am-12pm.  Fencing classes are now open for registration.  Call us at  (213) 321-0683 .

In addition to above classes, we run in-house competition classes (called "Z Battle Class") for various age groups few times per month on Saturdays 12pm-2pm.  We have also hosted Z Battle Classes with USC and Caltech sabre squads.

We also host sabre fencing competitions (called "Z Southern California Sabre Cup") about once a quarter on Sundays at our facility featuring youth and adult fencers not only from our club but fencers from Los Angeles County, Orange County, and San Diego County.

Z Fencing Los Angeles also provides fencing equipment and services to those working on commercials, TV shows, movies, plays, web series, and other special projects.  Additional information can be found here.

San Marino Tribune newspaper featured an article on Z Fencing Los Angeles.