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Coming up...


Sun 23 Jun - Breakfast Shoot to greet the solstice + 2. Western round, sighters at 7am. Full English breakfast - thanks to Paul and Jayne. Please let Bob or Keely know if you're intending to come.

Dates for our summer open tournaments - details and entry forms available on our tournaments page:

  • Sun 14 Jul - Rat's Ashes

  • Sun 11 Aug - Albion

  • Sun 01 Sep - Sheriff's Western

Dates for summer club or invitation shoots

Sat 13 Apr - County Trials

Sun 19 May - Hagley National

Sun 23 Jun - Breakfast Shoot

Sun 07 Jul - Club Champs

Sun 22 Sep - All-Comers' Warwick

Sun 06 Oct - Derek Peacock Memorial



Stourbridge Company of Archers is a target archery club, though some of its members also regularly participate in field, clout and roving marks. Members shoot recurve, compound and longbow.

Our home ground is at the Somers Sports and Social Club in Halesowen where outdoor practice, club and open shoots are held. Indoor shooting during the winter takes place at Waseley Hills High School in Rednal.

All-time Club Records at 02 Feb 2024

Current Outdoor Handicaps at 01 Apr 2024

Current Outdoor Classifications at 01 Apr 2024

Current Indoor Handicaps at 01 Apr 2024

Current Indoor Classifications at 01 Apr 2024

The following venues are used by SCoA: 

Outdoor club, tournaments and beginners' courses - Somers Sports & Social Club, Grange Hill, Halesowen B62 0JH

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Indoor club and tournaments - Waseley Hills High School, School Road, Rednal B45 9EL

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Beginners' courses are held each year. For a modest fee to cover the provision of equipment and insurance, you can have a detailed, safe and, we hope, enjoyable introduction to the sport of Archery. For queries about courses and to get on our mailing list contact us at but please read our Getting Started page first.

Our courses for 2023 are either completed or under way. If you contact us we can put you on a mailing list for next year's courses. Alternatively you may be able to do a course at another club and then come to shoot with us. Details of other local clubs are at

Experienced archers wishing to join us, either from another club, or coming back into the sport after an absence should contact us using the link above. We will probably need to arrange a shooting assessment to confirm that you know how to shoot safely.

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