To become a member of the EFA, simply fill in and submit the three forms below. Membership costs £55 per year, £30 for those Under 25 and £5 per year for those Under 21. The EFA is a charity, so please complete and submit the Gift Aid form if you are able to and eligible and we can claim the tax back on your subscription and any donations.
The EFA relies heavily on membership subscriptions to carry out its active and wide-ranging programme supporting and growing the game of Eton Fives. By becoming a member you will be doing your bit to ensure that Eton Fives survives and flourishes for years to come.
A Message from EFA Chair Matt Chinery:
On behalf of the EFA Trustees, I extend a very warm welcome to the Eton Fives Association website. Whether you have only just heard of Eton Fives for the first time, or you already know that it is the best sport in the world, I hope that your visit gives you the information that you are seeking and helps you learn a little more about why so many of us love this wonderful game.
It may be that you have come to this site to find out a little about the game of Eton Fives, to keep up to date with recent results, or of course find out where and when you can get on court!
For so many of us, Eton Fives is more than just a wonderful game to play. Fierce rivalries on court become lifelong friendships off it. A quartet of players of different ages, abilities, genders and fitnesses can combine for a competitive match in a way that few other sports can match. Schools offering Eton Fives often find that their players not only show improvements in other sports, but in the classroom too.
The Eton Fives Association exists to maximise opportunities for as may people as possible to try this wonderful game. Whether taking a leading role in building new courts at a new site for the first time in over 70 years (at Holyport College), running a plethora of school, age-group and open competitions, or supporting schools and local clubs in keeping the game alive and flourishing, the EFA is working hard to move the game forward. As we approach our centenary season in 2024-2025, the EFA is in need of your support as much as ever.
Thank you for reading, and I hope to see you on court very soon. In the meantime, do head across to our social media platforms for the latest news and updates.