As of 26th April, the Irish Government is lifting several restrictions around sports.

Wicklow Archers is happy to be able to provide outdoor training to archers, in our amazing outdoor venue Dargle Valley, from next Wednesday (28th April) from 7.15pm (and following Wednesdays) and from next Sunday (2nd May) at 9am (and from following Sunday onwards). Please keep an eye on the calendar for latest information.

However we are still not able to hold beginner courses and competitions. We’ll review the situation as new guidelines are released.

Before attending training:

  • Make sure your membership is up to date. There will be no facilities to process renewals in Dargle Valley. Renewal Information.
  • Fill in the Return to Sports form at least 48 hours prior to training.

We are also now running this as a pay as you go model so it will be €5 for Wicklow Archer members and €10 for non-Wicklow Archer members. We will not be collecting cash and instead you can use card to pay when you turn up.

There will be new signage around what is and isn’t allowed and archers will be expected to comply with the covid 19 guidelines.


  • Wicklow Open Indoor in Shoreline Target Setup
    Wicklow Open Indoor in Shoreline Target Setup

Wicklow Archers is a community-based archery club that supports the growth and promotion of all forms of archery, for people of all ages, ability and background. We actively promote both the recreational and competitive aspects of the sport, and support archers and coaches trying to achieve the highest standards in the sport. We aim to enhance the enjoyment of the discipline by encouraging good sportsmanship and personal development in our members.

We are the biggest archery club in Ireland and are we welcome everyone to the sport. We have multiple venues to cater for all types of Archery both indoor, outdoor and field. We regularly host club competitions and national competitions. Archery is a sport that can be enjoyed by all.

If you’ve never shot a bow or never been part of an archery club, take a look at our Getting Started page which will give you a great introduction to archery and how to get started.

The club is part of the Archery Ireland association.