Welcome to Lutterworth Archery Club

Lutterworth Archery Club is a great place to learn archery and continue to develop your archery skills all the year round.  Our all-season all-access outdoor shooting field is easily accessed via the A4304 just off the M1 between Lutterworth and Market Harborough, Leicestershire. And with indoor shooting every week from October to March at Lutterworth Sports Centre, this makes us one of the most accessible archery clubs in the Midlands.

New archers successful at the May Beginner's Course, with their coaches.

New archers successful at the May Beginners Course, with their coaches.

We have room for archers to shoot at distances up to 100 yards, with enough over-shoot for compound archers too. And our targets are permanently set up all year round – literally 365 days a year shooting with Lutterworth Archery Club!

Our diverse membership ranges from juniors to 70+, and we welcome all disciplines of archery including longbows, recurve bows, flatbows, barebows and compound bows.

We run regular competitions for those who want to take part, at all levels, with friendly fully qualified coaches here to help your archery development.

Want to start archery? Beginners and improvers courses are a great way to gain the skills and techniques needed to become a successful archer. Visit our beginners and improvers page to find out more and use our Contact Us form to register your interest for our next course with fully qualified coaches. 

One of the best archery clubs in the Midlands

Are you already an archer searching for the best archery clubs, and want to see if we are the right club for you? Have you been searching for ‘an archery club near me’ or archery clubs in Leicestershire?

Then contact us to arrange a visit any Saturday. We also offer money-saving associate memberships if you already belong to another Archery GB affiliated archery club.

We are a friendly and welcoming club with social events throughout the year. Certainly one of the best archery clubs in the Midlands. Take a look at our photo gallery too, or explore some of our past newsletters or find out more about archery through our archery guides and links pages.